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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Treatment of scaphoid nonunion with vascularised and nonvascularised dorsal bone grafting from the distal radius
Author: RIBAK, Samuel
MEDINA, Carlos Eduardo Gonzalez
MATTAR JR., Rames
ULSON, Heitor Jose Rizzardo
RESENDE, Marcelo Rosa de
ETCHEBEHERE, Mauricio
Abstract: We conducted a prospective randomised study comparing the clinical, functional and radiographic results of 46 patients treated for scaphoid nonunion using a vascularised bone graft from the dorsal and distal aspect of the radius (group I), relative to 40 patients treated by means of a conventional non-vascularised bone graft from the distal radius (group II). Surgical findings included 30 sclerotic, poorly-vascularised scaphoids in group I versus 20 in group II. Bone fusion was achieved in 89.1% of group I and 72.5% of group II patients (p = 0.024). Functional results were good to excellent in 72.0% of the patients in group I and 57.5% in group II. Considering only patients with sclerotic, poorly-vascularised scaphoids, the mean final outcome scores obtained were 7.5 and 6.0 for groups I and group II, respectively. We conclude that vascularised bone grafting yields superior results and is more efficient when there is a sclerotic, poorly-vascularised proximal pole in patients in scaphoid nonunion.
Country: Estados Unidos
Editor: SPRINGER
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1007/s00264-009-0862-6
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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s00264-009-0862-6
Date Issue: 2010
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