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Zugangsbedingte Osteotomien

Surgical-approach-related osteotomies

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Trauma und Berufskrankheit

Zusammenfassung

Bei orthopädisch-unfallchirurgischen Operationen ermöglichen Osteotomien durch Erweiterung des Zugangs eine verbesserte Übersicht und Versorgungsmöglichkeit von Gelenkverletzungen bzw. -erkrankungen. Im vorliegenden Beitrag wird ein Überblick über die möglichen zugangsbedingten Osteotomien der großen Gelenke gegeben; Indikationen, Durchführung und mögliche Komplikationen der klinisch relevanten Osteotomien werden dargestellt.

Abstract

In trauma and orthopaedic surgery, osteotomies allow an extended approach to the major joints. In this article, an overview of the possible osteotomies of the different joints is given, and the indications, methods of performance, and possible complications of the clinically relevant osteotomies are discussed, with examples of clinical cases provided.

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Halfmann, B., Kortmann, HR. Zugangsbedingte Osteotomien. Trauma Berufskrankh 10, 55–58 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10039-008-1349-1

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