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Forefoot reconstruction

Author: Louis Samuel Barouk
Publisher: Paris ; New York : Springer, ©2003.
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Barouk, Louis Samuel.
Forefoot reconstruction.
Paris ; New York : Springer, ©2003
(OCoLC)606930626
Online version:
Barouk, Louis Samuel.
Forefoot reconstruction.
Paris ; New York : Springer, ©2003
(OCoLC)631880142
Material Type: Clipart/images/graphics
Document Type: Book, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Samuel Barouk
ISBN: 9782287596568 2287596569
OCLC Number: 51061218
Description: 379 pages : illustrations ; 27 cm + 1 CD-ROM
Contents: Procedures --
Scarf and great toe osteotomies in the treatment of hallux valgus --
Lateral release of the metatarso-sesamoidal phalangeal complex (MSPC) --
Scarf osteotomy of the first metatarsal --
Medial soft tissue tightening (capsulorraphy) --
Great toe first phalanx osteotomy --
Check tests to be performed during the hallux valgus surgery --
Postoperative period after hallus valgus surgery --
Drawbacks with this type of hallux valgus surgery --
Advantages of this type of hallux valgus surgery --
Weil lesser metatarsal osteotomy --
History, definition --
Surgical anatomy --
Technique --
Indications --
Weil osteotomy: drawbacks --
MTP stiffness after weil osteotomy --
Long-term results --
BRT new proximal metatarsal osteotomy --
History, definition --
Local anatomy as applied to the BRT osteotomy --
Technique --
Postopertive period --
Drawbacks --
Advantages --
Indications and results --
Soft tissue procedures in forefoot surgery --
Gastrocnemius proximal release (GPR) --
Definition, history --
Local anatomy --
Patient examination for gastrocnemius shortness --
Consequences of gastrocnemius shortness --
Technique of proximal release --
Results --
Tiflex staple in forefoot surgery --
First MTP and lisfranc joints fusion with the 20 memory staple --
Definition, history --
Operative technique in arthrodesis --
Results and indications --
Conclusion --
Button temporary spacer --
Definition, history --
Technique --
Results --
Main forefoot pathologies --
Different types of hallux valgus deformity --
Mild or emerging hallux valgus --
Juvenile hallux valgus --
Arthritic hallux valgus --
Hallux valgus in spastic foot --
Hallux valgus in elderly patients (more than 80) --
Failed bunionectomy --
Hammer and claw toe of the lesser rays --
Main causes and chronology of hammer and claw toes --
Soft tissue procedure in hammer toe deformity --
PIP surgery --
Toe distal surgery --
Weil osteotomy and toe deformity --
Metatarsalgia --
Main causes --
Surgical treatment of metatarsalgia --
Clinical types of metatarsalagia and their treatments --
Dislocation of the lesser rays MTP joint --
Impairement of the lesser MTP joints (excluding rheumatoid lesion) --
Lesser toes transverse deformity --
Overlapping second toe --
Lateral wind-swept toes deformity --
Diverging toes --
Second ray pathology --
Hammertoe --
Metatarsalgia --
MTP dislocation --
Some pathologies of the fifth ray --
Hammer or claw toe --
Intercommissural keratosis --
Overlapping fifth toe --
Taylor's bunion --
Lesser metatarsal aplasia (congenital brachi metatarsal) --
Severe forefoot disorders --
Postoperative aspects --
Application to the main types of forefoot severe disorders --
Limits, problems and long-term result of such joint preservative surgery --
Rheumatoid forefoot --
Conclusion --
Surgical management in forefoot reconstruction --
Preoperative management --
Examination --
Decision-making in the main pathologies --
Intraoperative management --
Specific tools --
Operative general tactics --
Management in the different main pathologies encountered --
Postoperative management --
Revision in forefoot surgery --
Eight principles of forefoot reconstruction --
First principle --
Second principle --
Third principle --
Fourth principle --
Fifth principle --
Sixth principle --
Seventh principle --
Keep the toes long --
Obtain a square type foot --
Eighth principle.
Responsibility: Louis Samuel Barouk.

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