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  • The natural history of the periacetabular fragment following Ganz osteotomy. [Journal Article]
    J Surg Orthop Adv 2004; 13(2):91-3Hurson C, Synnott K, … O'Byrne J
  • The vascularity of the acetabular free fragment in Ganz osteotomies has remained a concern. This study aims to assess the role of MR imaging in the postoperative evaluation of Ganz osteotomies. Twenty patients (19 females, 1 male), average age 24 years (range, 12-36 years), had sequential magnetic resonance imaging studies of the pelvis at 6 weeks and 6 months following Ganz osteotomies. Normal h…
  • [Indications for mandibular periosteotomy in the treatment of cancer of the oral cavity]. [Journal Article]
    Minerva Stomatol 1995; 44(10):455-65Belli E, Cicconetti A, … Matteini C
  • Marginal mandibulectomy is a compromise between preserving the mandibular structure and radical oncological surgery. In order to evaluate the correctness of the indications for this operation, a group of 47 patients with oral carcinoma underwent direct surgery or associated chemoradiotherapy and surgery. Surgery was programmed on the basis of clinical and radiological examinations and the specifi…
  • Angular limb deformity in a calf treated by periosteotomy and wedge osteotomy. [Case Reports]
    Vet Rec 1995; 137(10):245-6Edinger H, Kofler J, Ebner J
  • A carpus valgus deformity was diagnosed in a five-week-old Brown Swiss calf. The 45 degrees deformity was caused by the malaligned healing of a fracture of the left metacarpus after birth trauma. The deviation improved to 25 degrees after being treated with a semicircular lateral periosteotomy above the distal physis of the radius. A complete correction was made by means of a wedge osteotomy five…
  • [One-stage tooth replantation in acute inflammatory processes]. [Journal Article]
    Stomatologiia (Mosk) 1990 May-Jun; 69(3):44-6Boĭko VZ, Revenko MF, Roshioru EV
  • The authors have developed and tried a method for simultaneous teeth replantation with the use of a low-frequency ultrasound in patients with acute inflammatory processes. Teeth replantation was carried out in 50 patients, followed up for 1 month to 3 1/2 years. A combination of ultrasonic treatment of a replanted tooth and hole with periosteotomy and corticotomy rules out the development of post…
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