Flexible but stable intramedullary nailing for unicameral bone cysts of the humerus in juveniles View Full Text


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DATE

2002-03

AUTHORS

Wolfgang E. Linhart, Andreas Roposch, Thomas Reitinger

ABSTRACT

ObjectivePrevention of fracture and healing of bone cysts in juveniles as well as stabilization and healing of pathologic fractures maintaining anatomic alignment. Preservation or restoration of function of upper limb.IndicationsUnicameral bone cysts of the humerus in adolescents with or without pathologic fracture.ContraindicationsOther bone tumors.Uncertain imaging results not allowing an unambiguous diagnosis of a bone cyst.Surgical TechniquePercutaneous biopsy and frozen section. Intramedullary introduction of Ender nails under fluoroscopy from distal to proximal taking care not to violate the growth plate.Postoperative CareClinical and radiographic follow-up examination every 6–12 months.Results21 patients operated between 1989 and 1997 were followed up for an average of 58.5 (25–105) months. A healing was observed in 20 patients (95%) after 3–96 (average 32) months. No refracture occurred during the postoperative period. One child suffered a recurrence of the bone cyst. More... »

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60-69

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