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The Anterior Subcutaneous Pelvic Ring Fixator: No Biomechanical Advantages Compared with External Fixation.

Subcutaneous fixation of the anterior pelvic ring is an emerging surgical technique for trauma patients. The aim of this study was to biomechanically evaluate 2 internal fixation devices for stabilizing a disrupted pelvic ring and compare them with traditional external fixation.


Management of Pelvic Fractures.

Pelvic fractures are often the result of high-energy trauma and can result in significant morbidity. Initial management is focused on patient resuscitation and stabilization given the potential for life-threatening hemorrhage that is associated with these injuries. Radiographic evaluation and classification of the pelvic injury guides initial management, provisional stabilization, and preoperative surgical planning. Definitive reduction and fixation of the posterior and anterior pelvic ring is sequentially ...

Biomechanical comparison of minimally invasive treatment options for Type C unstable fractures of the pelvic ring.

The definite treatment of pelvic C fractures presents a widely discussed issue and undergoes continuous evolution. While the stabilization of the posterior ring has been studied extensively, the fixation of the anterior pelvic ring continuous to be rarely investigated. The importance of the simultaneous stabilization however lays in the earlier mobilization and prevention of long-term damage to the pelvis. Therefore we investigated four combinations of minimally invasive fixation techniques for unstable typ...


Pelvic ring fractures: what about timing?

Pelvic ring fractures represent a challenge for orthopaedic surgeon. Their management depends on patient's condition, pattern of fracture and associated injuries. Optimal timing for synthesis is not yet clear. The aim of this study was to define if surgical timing influenced clinic and radiographic outcomes following open reduction and internal fixation for Tile B and C fractures.

Preperitoneal pelvic packing is not associated with an increased risk for surgical site infections after internal anterior pelvic ring fixation.

To investigate the risk of postoperative surgical site infections after plate fixation of the anterior pelvic ring subsequent to preperitoneal pelvic packing.

Magnetic Resonance Imaging in Pelvic Fractures - Part 1: Which Criteria Lead Us to Supplementary MRI Diagnostics?

Isolated pelvic fractures are relatively rare with an incidence of 3 - 6% of all fractures, but their incidence in polytraumatized individuals increases to 25%. The S3 guideline Polytrauma gives a clear recommendation for diagnostics by means of pelvic radiography (X-ray) and computed tomography (CT). A recommendation for the diagnosis by means of magnetic resonance tomography (MRI) especially in patients with low energetic/missing trauma does not currently exist. It is unclear on the basis of which cri...

Evaluation of Interobserver Agreement in the Diagnosis of Posterior Pelvic Ring Lesions Using Plain Radiography.

 To evaluate the interobserver agreement of a radiologist, two hip specialist orthopedists with experience in the treatment of pelvic and acetabulum fractures, two general orthopedists, two orthopedics residents and two radiology residents regarding the diagnosis of posterior pelvic ring injuries using plain radiography.  A cross-sectional study conducted in September 2017. The exams of 20 patients who had been treated for traumatic lesions of the posterior pelvic ring were randomly selected.. A total ...

Pelvic fractures in children (pelvic ring and acetabulum).

Pelvic fractures in children are rare and often the result of high-energy trauma. The possibility of associated lesions cannot be ignored. Treatment at a specialized children's hospital is a must. The multidisciplinary care team must include a paediatric orthopaedic surgeon. In the emergency room, the surgeon contributes to haemodynamic stabilization of the child by reducing and stabilizing posterior arch fractures and restoring the skeletal cohesion to make it easier to move the child and allow other exami...

Outcomes of Pediatric Pelvic Fractures: A Level I Trauma Center's 20-Year Experience.

Pediatric pelvic fractures are rare. The contribution of pelvic fracture pattern, risk factors for associated injuries, and mortality are poorly defined in this population.

Definitive External Fixation for Anterior Stabilization of Combat-related Pelvic Ring Injuries, With or Without Sacroiliac Fixation.

Combat-related pelvic ring injuries frequently lead to placement of a temporizing external fixation device for early resuscitation and transport. These injuries are commonly complicated by concomitant polytrauma and extensive soft-tissue injuries, which may preclude early internal fixation and lead to prolonged use of external fixation. To date, few studies have reported on the outcomes of definitive external fixation for combat-related pelvic ring injuries.

The one-year mortality rate in elderly patients with osteoporotic fractures of the pelvis.

Osteoporosis is a common condition for elderly people. The incidence of osteoporotic pelvic fractures has been increasing. Osteoporotic pelvic fractures are associated with increased mortality rates. Based on the aim of our study, we found out that one-year mortality rate after a pelvic fracture is high and depends on the fracture type.

Pelvic Ring Fractures and Lower Urinary Tract Injuries.

CT-guided fixation of pelvic fractures after high-energy trauma, by interventional radiologists: technical and clinical outcome.

The aim of our study was to evaluate screw placement accuracy, safety, complications, and clinical outcomes including functional and pain score, in 32 patients treated with CT-guided pelvic ring fixation after high-energy trauma.

Multidetector CT in Vascular Injuries Resulting from Pelvic Fractures: A Primer for Diagnostic Radiologists.

Pelvic vascular injuries are typically caused by high-energy trauma. The majority of these injuries are caused by motor vehicle collisions, and the rest are caused by falls and industrial or crush injuries. Pelvic vascular injuries are frequently associated with pelvic ring disruption and have a high mortality rate due to shock as a result of pelvic bleeding. Morbidity and mortality resulting from pelvic vascular injury are due to pelvic hemorrhage and resultant exsanguination, which is potentially treatabl...

A simple CT score to quantify pelvic and retroperitoneal hematoma associated with pelvic fractures predicts transfusion needs, pelvic hemostatic procedures, and outcome.

Pelvic and retroperitoneal hematoma (PRH) in case of pelvic fracture may lead to early hemorrhagic shock. Quantifying PRH remains challenging in clinical practice. The goal of this study was to determine the statistical association between a semi-quantitative scoring system for PRH assessed with computed tomography (CT) and transfusion needs, pelvic hemostatic procedures, and outcome.

Expression of ArfGAP3 in Vaginal Anterior Wall of Patients With Pelvic Floor Organ Prolapse in Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Non-Pelvic Organ Prolapse Patients.

The purpose of this study was to study the expression of adenosine diphosphate ribosylation factor GTPase-activating protein 3 (ArfGAP3) in the anterior vaginal wall of patients with pelvic organ prolapse (POP).

Use of simultaneous traction over a halo ring to achieve reduction of a type 2 odontoid fracture for anterior odontoid screw fixation.

Odontoid fractures are common. They represent 20% of all cervical trauma. There is a trend towards surgical stabilization. Fracture fixation with 1 or 2 anterior screws is standard operative treatment in younger population.

Changes in β-Catenin Expression in the Anterior Vaginal Wall Tissues of Women With Pelvic Organ Prolapse: A Potential Pathophysiological Mechanism.

The purpose of this study was to investigate the expression of β-catenin in the lamina propria of the anterior vaginal wall of women with pelvic organ prolapse (POP) compared with the expression in the controls.

Spinopelvic Characteristics in Acetabular Retroversion: Does Pelvic Tilt Change After Periacetabular Osteotomy?

Acetabular retroversion may lead to impingement and pain, which can be treated with an anteverting periacetabular osteotomy (aPAO). Pelvic tilt influences acetabular orientation; as pelvic tilt angle reduces, acetabular version reduces. Thus, acetabular retroversion may be a deformity secondary to abnormal pelvic tilt (functional retroversion) or an anatomic deformity of the acetabulum and the innominate bone (pelvic ring).

Incidence of Displaced Posterolateral Tibial Plateau and Lateral Femoral Condyle Impaction Fractures in the Setting of Primary Anterior Cruciate Ligament Tear.

Bone bruising of the posterolateral tibial plateau and the lateral femoral condyle sulcus terminalis has a well-established association with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears. Impaction fractures of the femur and tibia may occur in these locations; however, there is a paucity of literature describing these fractures.

Periprosthetic Fractures and Conversion Hip Replacement Using the Direct Anterior Approach to the Hip.

Periprosthetic fractures of the femur and the acetabulum around a hip replacement are unfortunately relatively common as is failed acetabular and hip fracture fixation. This chapter will detail the use of the direct anterior approach to the hip to manage periprosthetic fractures of the femur and the acetabulum. We will also address the use of the direct anterior approach to the hip for conversion hip replacement in cases of failed femoral and acetabular fracture fixation.

Management of Frontal Sinus Fractures.

Fractures of the frontal sinus occur from extreme forces and are often associated with other injuries. Management of frontal sinus fractures is variable and dependent on involvement of the anterior table, posterior table, and frontal outflow tract. Severe complications can developed from poorly managed fractures, such as meningitis, mucocele, mucopyocele, and brain abscess. Surgeons should be aware of appropriate management and surgical techniques for addressing frontal sinus fractures. Herein, we review th...

Use of Anti-Tumour Necrosis Factor-Alpha Agents in the Management of HLA-B-27-Associated Uveitis: The First Case Series from India.

: The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of adalimumab (ADL) and golimumab (GLM) in patients with HLA-B-27-associated uveitis.: We conducted a retrospective analysis of patients with HLA-B-27-associated uveitis who had received subcutaneous GLM and ADL between 2014 and 2018.: The study included 14 patients, 12 of whom received subcutaneous ADL and two patients were treated with subcutaneous GLM. Median age of the patients was 31.5 years (range 17-53 years). The most common associated systemic ...

Serratus Anterior Plane Block in Subcutaneous Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Implantation: A Case-control Analysis.

A two-incision technique, in association with inter-muscular positioning of the subcutaneous defibrillator (S-ICD), is now the most frequently adopted implantation approach in Europe. Ultrasound-guided serratus anterior plane block (SAPB) has been proposed in order to provide anesthesia/analgesia during S-ICD implantation.

EXTRA-PERITONEAL PACKING IN UNSTABLE BLUNT PELVIC TRAUMA: A SINGLE-CENTER STUDY.

Hemodynamically unstable pelvic fractures often require a multi-modal approach including both operative and endovascular management. While an important adjunct in hemorrhage control, time to angioembolization (AE) even at the most advanced trauma centers may take hours. Extra-Peritoneal Packing (EPP) is a fast and effective procedure that can immediately address pelvic hemorrhage from the retroperitoneal space in severe pelvic injuries. The aim of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of early EPP, lookin...


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