Posts for Preoperative planning Category

peekmed-foot

Impact and care of foot problems in people with rheumatoid arthritis

Preoperative planning - 16 November, 2017

Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) is often a result of foot involvement which is part of the well-described clinical picture. It has been estimated, with no formal…

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Back to the basics on High Tibial Osteotomy

Back to the basics on High Tibial Osteotomy

Preoperative planning - 19 January, 2017

High Tibial Osteotomy (HTO) is a common procedure performed to treat medial knee arthrosis. There are two main goals for a HTO – first, to…

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PRE-OPERATIVE PLANNING FOR A TOTAL JOINT REPLACEMENT

Pre-operative planning for a total joint replacement

Preoperative planning - 7 October, 2016

Pre-operative planning should be a priority in primary total joint replacement, it either happens for the knee or hip. A pre-operative analysis helps the surgeon…

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DO SPORTS INJURIES ALWAYS LEAD TO SURGERY?

Do sports injuries always lead to surgery?

Preoperative planning - 7 October, 2016

As a surgeon, your diagnosis on a patient’s injury must be always a high focus procedure. When it comes to sports, this procedure needs to…

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HTO

Digital preoperative planning for High Tibial Osteotomy

Preoperative planning - 20 April, 2016

An osteotomy is a surgical procedure to realign a bone in order to change the biomechanics of a joint and the force transmission through a…

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STL file and rapid prototyping

What are STL files and rapid prototyping and why they matter in orthopedic surgery

Preoperative planning - 8 March, 2016

What are STL files and rapid prototyping and why they matter in orthopedic surgery? They can be used as an auxiliary tool for diagnosis.

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Trauma surgery

Preoperative planning in orthopedic trauma: a shortlist of benefits for surgeons

Preoperative planning - 3 March, 2016

Preoperative planning has become a critical stage of surgical procedures in every medical field for most orthopedic surgeons.

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