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RCT of ingrown nail surgery techniques

Discussion in 'Foot Surgery' started by NewsBot, Apr 6, 2007.

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    Randomized clinical trial of surgical technique and local antibiotics for ingrowing toenail.
    Br J Surg. 2007 Mar;94(3):292-6.
     
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    Partial removal of nail matrix in the treatment of ingrowing toe nail.
    [Article in Turkish]
    Aydın N, Kocaoğlu B, Esemenli T.
    Acta Orthop Traumatol Turc. 2008;42(3):174-177.
     
  4. DaVinci

    DaVinci Well-Known Member

    ...compared to what control group?
     
  5. gaz_marshall

    gaz_marshall Member

    Hi Guys!

    I'm a final year podiatry student and am undertaking a research proposal in an attempt to discover the cost effectiveness of phenol vs sodium hydroxide during nail surgery and matrixectomies. Reading past papers I get the impression that regrowth rates are similar for both methods but both slightly differ in healing times? I would guess therefore one would require less re-dressing appointments etc and would make it a more financially viable option.

    I'm just wondering if anyone has heard of a similar study that has been conducted- focussing primarily on cost effectiveness as I can't seem to find one. Any questions or comments regarding this topic would be much appreciated.

    Many thanks!

    Gareth
     
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    Partial excision of matrix and phenolic ablation for the treatment of ingrowing toenail: a 36-month follow-up of 197 treated patients.
    Vaccari S, Dika E, Balestri R, Rech G, Piraccini BM, Fanti PA.
    Dermatol Surg. 2010 Aug;36(8):1288-93. Epub 2010 Jun 22.
     
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    Comparison of two surgical methods (Winograd and sleeve method) in the treatment of ingrown toenail.
    Peyvandi H, Robati RM, Yegane RA, Hajinasrollah E, Toossi P, Peyvandi AA, Ourang ZB, Shams A.
    Dermatol Surg. 2011 Mar;37(3):331-5.
     
  8. Sleeve method?
     
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    Results of partial matrixectomy for chronic ingrown toenail.
    Kayalar M, Bal E, Toros T, Ozaksar K, Gürbüz Y, Ademoğlu Y.
    Foot Ankle Int. 2011 Sep;32(9):888-95.
     
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    An Evaluation of Partial Matrix Excision with Winograd Method for the Surgical Treatment of Ingrown Toenails
    Olcay Güler, Mahir Mahiroğulları, Serhat Mutlu, Halis Çerçi, Ali Şeker, Harun Mutlu
    JAREM 2014; 1: 7-11
     
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    Partial Matricectomy With Curettage and Electrocautery: A Comparison of Two Surgical Methods in the Treatment of Ingrown Toenails.
    Ozan, Frat MD; Dogar, Fatih MD; Altay, Taskn MD; Ugur, Sabri Gökhan MD; Koyuncu, Semmi MD
    Dermatologic Surgery: September 15, 2014
     
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    Partial Removal of Nail Matrix in the Treatment of Ingrown Nails
    Prospective Randomized Control Study Between Curettage and Electrocauterization

    Maru Kim, In-Guk Song, Hyung Jin Kim
    International Journal of Lower Extremity Wounds September 25, 2014
     
  13. W J Liggins

    W J Liggins Well-Known Member

    Not sure Rob, but there used to be the so-called 'gutter method'. This consisted of splitting a narrow cannula longitudinally and pushing it under the cryptotic/involuted nail. I believe that one of the supply houses manufactured a device along those lines with an instrument to introduce it.

    All these studies suffer from the same problems ie. there is no one procedure appropriate to all the varied presentations of the condition and matching each patient's pathology precisely for an RCT is next door to impossible.

    All the best

    Bill
     
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    Comparison of Wedge Resection (Winograd Procedure) and Wedge Resection Plus Complete Nail Plate Avulsion in the Treatment of Ingrown Toenails
    Jia-Zhang Huang, MD, Yi-Jun Zhang, MD, Xin Ma, MDemail, Xu Wang, MD, Chao Zhang, MD, Li Chen, MD
    The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery; Articles in Press
     
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    Segmental Phenolization for the Treatment of Ingrown Toenails: Technique Report, Follow Up of 150
    Patients, and Review of The Literature Case Study
    Bouzidi H, Gallouj S, Chakiri R, Mernissi FZ
    International Journal of Clinical Dermatology & Research (FULL TEXT)
     
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    Onychocryptosis: a long-term retrospective and comparative follow-up study of surgical and phenol chemical matricectomy in 520 procedures
    David Romero-Pérez MD et al
    Dermatologic Surgery
     
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    Winograd Method Versus Winograd Method With Electrocoagulation in the Treatment of Ingrown Toenails
    Erdinc Acar et al
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    Operative Treatment of the Ingrown Toenail With a Less-Invasive Technique: Flashback to the Original Winograd Technique.
    Camurcu Y et al
    Foot Ankle Spec. 2017 Jun 1:1938640017713615. doi: 10.1177/193864001771361
     
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