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A minimally invasive cerclage of the tibia in a modified Goetze technique: operative technique and first clinical results.
Förch, S; Reuter, J; von der Helm, F; Lisitano, L; Hartwig, C; Sandriesser, S; Nuber, S; Mayr, E;
Eur J Trauma Emerg Surg. 2022; 48(4):3115-3122
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In spiral fractures of the tibia, the stability of an osteosynthesis may be significantly increased by additive cerclages and, according to biomechanical studies, be brought into a state that allows immediate full weight bearing. As early as 1933, Goetze described a minimally invasive technique for classic steel cerclages. This technique was modified, so that it can be used for modern cable cerclages in a soft part saving way.

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Bone Plates

Fracture Fixation, Internal/methods

Fracture Healing


Minimally Invasive Surgical Procedures/methods

Retrospective Studies


Tibial Fractures*/surgery

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Minimalle invasive cerclage
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