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Saraph, V; Zwick, EB; Maizen, C; Schneider, F; Linhart, WE.
Treatment of unicameral calcaneal bone cysts in children: review of literature and results using a cannulated screw for continuous decompression of the cyst.
J Pediatr Orthop. 2004; 24(5):568-573 (- Case Report)
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Autor/innen der Med Uni Graz:
Linhart Wolfgang
Saraph Vinay
Schneider Frank Jürgen
Zwick Ernst Bernhard
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Abstract:
Nine unicameral bone cysts of the calcaneus in children were managed surgically using the technique of continuous decompression with titanium cannulated cancellous screws. The average age of the patients at surgery was 12.8 years. At follow-up a minimum of 2 years after surgery, eight cysts showed complete healing; one patient showed healing with residuals. Irritation at the screw insertion site necessitated early removal of the screw in one patient; implant-related problems were not observed in the other patients. Patients were allowed to bear weight after surgery. Implant extraction was performed after full consolidation of the cyst and was uneventful in all patients. A review of the literature and the different treatment modalities used for managing calcaneal cysts is also presented.
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Adolescent -
Bone Cysts - surgery
Bone Screws -
Calcaneus - pathology
Catheterization - instrumentation
Child -
Decompression, Surgical - instrumentation
Follow-Up Studies -
Humans -
Treatment Outcome -

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unicameral bone cyst
calcaneus
children
continuous decompression
cannulated screw
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