Jan 1, 1993

Experience with the management of fractures of the distal tibial end penetrating into the joint

Magyar traumatológia, ortopédia, kézsebészet, plasztikai sebészet
B MartsaA Renner


Authors made a follow-up of the pilon fractures treated in the National Institute of Traumatology during the five years period of 1983 through 1987. 43 of them could be controlled after 4-8 years personally. A radiological follow-up result of at least 1-2 years was nearly in all cases available. The surgical therapy in this period was almost exclusively stable osteosynthesis. Fixateur externe was used only exceptionally. On the basis of their results it is thought that in the treatment of pilon fractures the stable osteosynthesis with exposure should have an important role in the future too.

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External Fixation Devices
Tibial Fractures
Syndesmotic Injuries
Fracture Fixation, Internal
Wounds, Penetrating

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