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Modification of technique on biplanar cut needed in those with near patellar baha anatomy to avoid patella baha (i.e. leave tibial tubercle attached to proximal tibia).
As also seen in the French literature, have not found bone grafting of osteotomy site necessary or helpful (Has filled in without graft or issues in osteotomies as large as 22 degrees).
Has higher need of implant removal in my patient population than the European literature suggests.
I use a mid-lateral incision and then come up under the extensor tendon rather then cutting it at all. I then will saw from medial or lateral to medial rather then posterior to anterior.
Release brachialradialis and pronate the proximal bone to help reduce the fracture.
Simple concept. Wish I had it for the first 30 years of practice.
Interesting concept with well-done technology. Have only used a few times but have no current complaints.
Very nice refinement of Ilizarov techniques
Works well with indications continuing to grow. Personal experience for partial rotator cuff tears parallels the world literature. ( Currently have used around 50 times with few failures.)
I have also used a few times for open gluteus minimus/medius augmentation and repair with good success, with 2 casesfor revision of previous failures proving successful.