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Wilson Technique for Treatment of Hallux Valgus

Discussion in 'Foot Surgery' started by NewsBot, Mar 24, 2014.

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    Modified Wilson Technique for Treatment of Hallux Valgus
    Ali Zein A. A. Al-Khooly, Mohamed Y. Hasan, Hesham A. Mohamed
    OJO> Vol.4 No.3, March 2014
     
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    Desde 1994 llevo realizando unas 3.000 osteotomías Wilson para hallux valgus moderados y severos, con técnica de mínima incisión. Los pacientes guardan reposo relativo tres días y durante 21 usan calzado posquirúrgicos de suela dura. A partir de los día 22 a 25 pueden usar calzado deportivo o similar de cordones hasta completar 42-45 días. No hemos tenido necrosis avascular, tampoco no-union y la mayoría de los casos han sido bilaterales.
    Since 1994 I've been carrying around 3,000 osteotomies for hallux Wilson moderate and severe, with minimal incision technique valgus. Patients kept on three days rest for 21 postoperative use hard-soled shoes. From the day 22 to 25 can be used or the like sport footwear lacing 42-45 days to complete. We have not had avascular necrosis, non-union and not the majority of cases are bilateral.
     
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    Modified Wilson’s Osteotomy for Hallux Valgus Deformity. A New Approach
    Konstantinos C Xarchas,* Dimitrios Mavrolias, and Georgios Kyriakopoulos
    Open Orthop J. 2014; 8: 361–367.
     
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    Croatian rotatory oblique three-dimensional osteotomy (CROTO) - a modified Wilson's osteotomy for adult hallux valgus intended to prevent dorsal displacement of the distal fragment and to reduce shortening of the first metatarsal bone.
    Kolundžić R et al
    Med Glas (Zenica). 2017 Aug 1;14(2). doi: 10.17392/903-17.
     
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    First metatarsal extracapsular osteotomy to treat moderate hallux valgus deformity: the modified Wilson-SERI techinique
    Georgios Touloupakis et al
    Acta Biomed. 2021 Feb 22;92(1)
     
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