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July-December 2018| Vol 4| Issue 2


Limb reconstruction in the 21st century: An amputation is a reconstructive procedure

[INLINE:1] 1981 – a watershed moment for reconstructive surgery in the limb – saw Gavril Ilizarov bring to an audience in Bellagio, Italy, multiple astounding examples of reconstructive p...


Limb reconstruction in the early 21st century: The indications are broader and wider

[INLINE:1] Until sometime in the 1980s, the limits of reconstruction for bone defects, limb length discrepancy, and soft-tissue damage and loss were clear. Efforts to exceed these limits were known t...

Original Article

A magnetically controlled lengthening nail: A prospective study of 31 individuals (The PRECICE™ intramedullary nail study)

Purpose: We studied 31 individuals whose femur or tibia was elongated with the PRECICE™ intramedullary lengthening nail in a protocol-controlled, multicentric, prospective series. Only sk...

Original Article

Severe infantile blount's disease: Hemiplateau elevation and metaphyseal correction with use of the taylor spatial frame

Aims: Severe infantile Blount's disease can result in a challenging multiplanar deformity of the proximal tibia with intra-articular and metaphyseal components. We describe our results usin...

Original Article

Spring technique for correction of multilevel deformity using hexapod external fixator

Context: Osteotomies in several parts of one long bone are recommended for correction of a long, curved, and wide-angled deformity. Hexapod external fixators (HEFs) allow for the single-stage c...

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Journal of Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction, Official Publication for Association of study & Application of methods of Ilizarov (ASAMI-BR) & International Limb Lengthening & Reconstruction Society (ILLRS), is a peer-reviewed online journal with Semiannual print on demand compilation of issues published. The journalís full text is available online at http://www.jlimblengthrecon.org

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