The procedure is technically demanding and usually requires a malleolar
osteotomy in order to sew the tissue patch into the defect.
He had a lateral malleolar
fracture with a vertical shear of the medial malleolus and comminution at the joint line.
Bauer M, Bergstrom B, Hemborg A, Sandegard J (1985) Malleolar
fractures: nonoperative versus operative treatment.
After fixation of the tibial fracture, patients were limited to only partial weight bearing for the first 6 weeks, whereas patients with malleolar
fracture were permitted full, protected weight bearing with crutches after 2 weeks, depending on local wound status and degree of pain.
1st Page 79 #1 [Zukofsky's "Cactus, rose-mauve and gray"]: I think the first two lines are unnecessarily static; the intention of course is to get the image of the cactus fixed, rigid, and malleolar
, that it may be eventually, at the end of the poem, shifted with maximum empathy.
00 for detecting malleolar
and forefoot fractures (Stiell, Greenberg et al.
These factors resulted in his developing stage 4 right ischial (buttock) decubitus ulcer and a stage 3 right malleolar
(ankle) decubitus ulcer.
The organization of the malleolar
sensory system in the solpugid, Chanbria sp.
The first of CSI's orthopedic technologies, the WISORB(TM) Malleolar
Screw, recently received FDA 510(k) clearance.
Certain tibial stress fractures, such as an anterior tibial stress or a medial malleolar
stress fracture, however, are more serious and generally do require more extensive rest, possible immobilization and even surgery depending on the severity.
One exception is 'the greater lateral extension of the lateral malleolar
facet' which Rhoads & Trinkaus (1977:35) consider an archaic feature.
CSI has received FDA clearance for its WISORB(TM) Malleolar
Screw and is currently in preclinical work with a biopolymeric DONTEX(TM) Bone Graft Substitute.