We report the technique of applying cryopreserved umbilical amnion to successfully manage post-traumatic, complex wounds with exposed bone, muscle, or tendon
Standard Cemented knee using universal instruments. Intramedullary guife for femoral allignment, Extramedullary for tibial cut. Special tricks shown here are ligament balancing, and flexion deformity correction. Video shot and edited by Seshadri
Video by Seshadri. Standard approach and instrumentation
Equino cavo varus of neuropathic foor with fungating non healing ulcer, treated bu Ilizarov fixator application
Contributors: James Kee
In this video, we show the open surgical release of the A1 pulley to restore movement and alleviate triggering in a patient with stenosing tenosynovitis, or trigger finger.
DOI #: https://doi.org/10.17797/punju11l92
Contributors: Theresa O. Wyrick
This video shows the open surgical release of the carpal tunnel for relief of compressive median neuropathy at the wrist or carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS).
This is a demonstration of a prefabricated ring construct in a stiff A2 type of tibial hypertrophic non union. The three ring assembly is fabricated one day before surgery. Wires of one plane are passed through all rings after appropriate reduction. Once the frame position is adjusted, the perpendicular wires are passed. An occasional olive wire gives additional stability.
Contributors: T. Shane Johnson
This video will outline the approach to a single port endoscopic carpal tunnel release, reviewing relevant anatomic landmarks, surgical views specific to the technique and unique operative tools.
Editor Recruited By: David Bozentka
Contributors:Katherine Faust and Jacob Brubacher
Internal distraction, or bridge plating, of distal radius fractures is a valuable tool for highly comminuted and unstable fracture patterns. Additionally, this technique is valuable for those fractures that extend into the metadiaphysis or for multiply injured patients requiring stable fixation for mobilization. Bridge plating allows for stable fixation in poor bone quality and early use of the injured extremity.
Contributors: Jonathan Isaacs and Amy Kite
Median nerve autogenous vein wrapping for revision carpal tunnel release due to traction neuritis.
Editor Recruited By: David Bozentka, MD