publication . Article . 2012

Free Fat Graft for Congenital Hand Differences

Toshihiko Ogino; Daisuke Ishigaki; Hiroshi Satake; Kousuke Iba;
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  • Published: 01 Feb 2012 Journal: Clinics in Orthopedic Surgery, volume 4, issue 1, pages 45-57 (issn: 2005-291X, eissn: 2005-4408, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: The Korean Orthopaedic Association
Background Free fat graft has been used for the treatment of congenital hand differences. However, there have been a few reports about the outcome of that treatment. In this study, the outcome of free fat grafts for congenital hand and foot differences was investigated. Methods Fourteen bones with longitudinal epiphyseal bracket, 3 wrists with Madelung deformity, and 5 cases of osseous syndactyly were treated with free fat graft with osteotomy, physiolysis, or separation of osseous syndactyly. Of the fourteen bones with longitudinal epiphyseal bracket, 9 were treated with open wedge osteotomy with free fat graft and 5 with physiolysis and free fat graft. The Mad...
free text keywords: Symposium: Congenital Differences of the Hand, Fat graft, Longitudinal epiphyseal bracket, Delta bone, Osseous syndactyly, Madelung deformity, Surgery, Orthopedics and Sports Medicine, Hallux varus, medicine.disease, medicine, Little finger, medicine.anatomical_structure, Deformity, medicine.symptom, Syndactyly, Phalanx, medicine.medical_specialty, Osteotomy, medicine.medical_treatment, Long bone, Epiphysis, business.industry, business
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publication . Article . 2012

Free Fat Graft for Congenital Hand Differences

Toshihiko Ogino; Daisuke Ishigaki; Hiroshi Satake; Kousuke Iba;