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Supplemental cerclage wiring in angle stable plate fixation of distal tibial spiral fractures enables immediate post-operative full weight-bearing: a biomechanical analysis.
Sandriesser, S; Förch, S; Mayr, E; Schrödl, F; von Rüden, C; Augat, P;
Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg. 2022; 48(1):621-628
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Augat Peter
Sandriesser Sabrina
Schrödl Falk
von Rüden Christian

Abstract

Distal tibial fractures generally require post-operative weight-bearing restrictions. Especially geriatric patients are unable to follow these recommendations. To increase post-operative implant stability and enable early weight-bearing, augmentation of the primary osteosynthesis by cerclage is desirable. The purpose of this study was to identify the stabilizing effects of a supplemental cable cerclage following plate fixation of distal tibial spiral fractures compared to solitary plate osteosynthesis.


Useful keywords (using NLM MeSH Indexing)

Aged

Biomechanical Phenomena

Bone Plates

Fracture Fixation, Internal

Humans

Tibial Fractures*/surgery

Weight-Bearing


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