The West Nile Varus
is usually spread through common mosquitos.
Preoperatively we had 3 knees with >20 degree of varus
, 5 knees with 16-20 degree of varus
, 10 knees with varus
of 11-15 degree, 15 knees with 5-10 degree of varus
, 12 knees with 0-4 degree of varus
, 2 knees with 11-15 degree of valgus.
In physical examination, the knee range of motion was examined and valgus stress test for the presence of medial collateral ligament contracture was used to open the medial joint and to test the passive correctability of the varus
deformity in the knee.
Thus, the normal anatomic alignment of the knee joint line is approximately 2[degrees] to 3[degrees] of varus
relative to the tibia.
With respect to the femoral varus
compared with the contralateral side, an average of 126.7[degrees] (118[degrees]-139[degrees]) collodiaphyseal angle in the fractured side was calculated (non-fractured side collodiaphyseal angle was 135.5[degrees]).
The author gives attention to the accounts of the defeat of Varus
in the year AD 9, Tacitus's ethnography, and especially the abundant sources on the Goths, Huns, and Franks (143-147, 154).
This leads to equinus and varus
deformity of the heel3.
Furthermore, longitudinal studies have shown that varus
and valgus alignment were associated with incident and progression of medial and lateral knee OA (Felson et al., 2013; Sharma et al., 2010; Sharma et al., 2001).
The inclusion criteria were the current indications for Oxford medial UKA:, isolated anteromedial OA producing pain, preserved full-thickness cartilage in the lateral compartment (joint space width >5 mm on valgus stress radiography), an intact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), posterior cruciate ligament and medial collateral ligament (MCL), range of motion >90[degrees], and varus
and flexion deformity <15[degrees].
Advantages of the piriformis start point include reduction of the incidence of varus
malreduction and medial cortex injury with reaming .
The objective of this presentation is the report of 2 cases of childhood posttraumatic cubitus varus
with subsequent posterolateral rotatory instability and their treatment with a minimum of 2 years of follow-up.