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Médecine et Chirurgie du Pied

, Volume 25, Issue 4, pp 127–132 | Cite as

Surgical technique: iliac crest corticocancellous bone graft harvest using a trap-door technique

  • M. T. Cooper
  • M. J. Coughlin
Technical Note / Note Technique

Abstract

Many alternatives exist for bone grafting in foot and ankle surgery. We describe a technique and case report of iliac crest autograft harvest using a trap-door technique. This technique provides an excellent alternative source of bone while minimizing complications associated with some other iliac crest bone graft harvest techniques.

Keywords

Bone graft Iliac crest Flatfoot Lateral column lengthening 

Technique chirurgicale: collecte d’os cortico-spongieux de la crête iliaque pour greffe, par une technique de volet mobile

Résumé

Il existe de nombreuses alternatives pour la greffe osseuse en chirurgie du pied et de la cheville. Nous décrivons ici une technique et un compte-rendu de cas de collecte d’os de la crête iliaque pour autogreffe, par une technique de volet mobile. Nous estimons que cette technique offre une excellente source de tissu osseux, tout en minimisant les complications liées aux autres techniques de collecte d’os de la crête iliaque pour greffe osseuse.

Mots clés

Greffe osseuse Crête iliaque Pied plat Allongement de la colonne externe 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M. T. Cooper
    • 1
  • M. J. Coughlin
    • 2
  1. 1.Tuckahoe Orthopaedic AssociatesRichmondUSA
  2. 2.The Coughlin Clinic at St. Alphonsus Regional Medical CenterBoiseUSA

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