FRACTURAS SUPRACONDILEAS DE FEMUR PDF

FRACTURAS DISTALES DE FÉMUR Dr. Carlos Alejandro Brambila Botello R2TYO OBJETIVOS• . INTRODUCCION• Lafractura metafisaria distal del fémur es una fractura compleja que se . Fracturas supracondileas. FRACTURAS SUPRACONDILEAS DE FEMUR. 4. 7 % fx femorales. Afecta frecuentemente superficie articular. En jovenes accidentes de alta energía. Pediatric supracondylar fractures are one of the most common traumatic fractures see in children and most commonly occur in children

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Supracondylar Fracture – Pediatric

How important is this topic for board examinations? How important is this topic for clinical practice? L8 – 10 years in practice.

Healing supracondikeas in a mild gunstock deformity. Pediatric Orthopaedic Society of North America. Please vote below and help us build the most advanced adaptive learning platform in medicine The complexity of this topic is appropriate for?

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Closed reduction and pinning of both the supracondylar humerus fracture and distal radius fracture. The treatment of pediatric supracondylar humerus fractures. ORIF was performed and removal of K-wires done after 2 months. She is neurovascularly intact and the skin shows no evidence of open wounds. What is a disadvantage of the fixation construct shown in Figure B compared to Figure C for this injury pattern?

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Open reduction and pinning suprzcondileas both the supracondylar humerus and the distal radius fracture. L7 – years in practice.

Thank you for rating! What is the most common cause of this deformity? HPI – Child age 8 sustained supracondylar fracture on 20 Julyadmitted in Hospital and urgently operated.

Supracondyar fractures are common and often subtle paediatric elbow fractures. How can we obtain better elbow motion for this patient? Please login to add comment. Radiographs of the elbow show a displaced supracondylar fracture.

Closed reduction and casting of the supracondylar humerus fracture and distal radius fracture. J Am Acad Orthop Surg.

What is your preferred management of this case? HPI – Witnessed fall from ladder while at school.

Nondisplaced beware of subtle medial comminution leading to cubitus varus, which technically means it is not a Type I Fracture, and it requires reduction and pinning Treated with cast immobilization x wks, with radiographs at 1 week.

Closed reduction and casting of the supracondylar humerus fracture and pinning of distal radius fracture. His hand is pulseless and cold. Pediatric transcondylar humerus fracture Pediatrics – Supracondylar Fracture – Pediatric – Surgical Cases Diffucult elbow fracture in elbow. What motor deficit is associated with the nerve most commonly injured in this fracture pattern?

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Supracondylar Fracture – Pediatric – Pediatrics – Orthobullets

What is the next step in management? Please vote below and help us build the most advanced adaptive learning platform in medicine. How would you treat this patient. Supracondylar fracture – Radiographic Evaluation General – Supracondylar Fracture – Pediatric – Supracondyar fractures are common and often subtle paediatric elbow fractures. Presented with history of supracondylar fracture of Left elbow 5 months ago. Gartland Classificaiton may be extension or flexion type.

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HPI – 7 year old male patient. This injury is most appropriately treated with which of the following? Due to lack of C arm in operation theatre doctor didn’t check fracture position and somehow decided not to supacondileas later when he confirmed position of fracture by x rays.

L6 – years in practice.

Complete periosteal disruption with instability in flexion and extension Diagnosed with examination under anesthesia during surgery Treated most commonly with CRPP or open reduction if needed. Physiotherapy done after surgery, but with little benefit and minimal improvement of ROM.

Closed reduction and pinning of the supracondylar humerus fracture and closed reduction and casting of distal radius fracture.