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Excisión Dorsolateral del perone sesamoideo: técnica y resultados


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Kurian, Jason MD*; McCall, David A. MD; Ferkel, Richard D. MD

Techniques in Foot & Ankle Surgery: December 2014 – Volume 13 – Issue 4 – p 226–235

doi: 10.1097/BTF.0000000000000066

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Una nueva era para la cirugía de pie y tobillo. EFORT / @DrLintzFoot


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Más popular: complicaciones metatarsales menores después de una cirugía mínimamente invasiva


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Khazen, Gabriel MD; Wagner, Pablo MD; Wagner, Emilio MD

Techniques in Foot & Ankle Surgery: March 2017 – Volume 16 – Issue 1 – p 28–33
doi: 10.1097/BTF.0000000000000147
Special Focus: Revision Forefoot Surgery – How to Improve?
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Minimally invasive surgery (MIS) for lesser metatarsals is performed through percutaneous incisions, with minimal scar formation. Nevertheless, MIS can have significant complications that may result in poor outcomes, forefoot pain, and metatarsalgia requiring further complex open revision surgery. These complications occur after inappropriate or poor surgical technique, lack of surgeon’s experience, and poor patient selection. The most frequent complication is metatarsalgia that occurs secondary to metatarsal malunion or nonunion. MIS is a technique that has to be carefully chosen for specific morbidities and performed only under experienced hands.

Level of Evidence: Diagnostic Level 5. See Instructions for Authors for a complete description of levels of evidence.

La cirugía mínimamente invasiva (MIS) para metatarsianos menores se realiza a través de incisiones percutáneas, con mínima formación de cicatriz. Sin embargo, el MIS puede tener complicaciones importantes que pueden dar como resultado resultados deficientes, dolor en el antepié y metatarsalgia que requieren una cirugía de revisión abierta más compleja. Estas complicaciones ocurren después de una técnica quirúrgica inadecuada o deficiente, la falta de experiencia del cirujano y la mala selección de los pacientes. La complicación más frecuente es la metatarsalgia secundaria a la unión defectuosa metatarsiana o no sindical. MIS es una técnica que debe elegirse cuidadosamente para morbilidades específicas y realizarse solo bajo manos experimentadas.
Nivel de evidencia: Nivel de diagnóstico 5. Consulte las Instrucciones para los autores para obtener una descripción completa de los niveles de evidencia.



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