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26.05.2019

Hip replacement surgery in young patients – McMinns sparing technique

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Hip replacement surgery in young patients requires special skills from orthopedic surgeons, since long-term treatment outcomes and complete restoration of joint function are important for people in this age group. In addition, the professional athletes, who are planning to resume the career, may also need a replacement...

Plastic surgery of syndactyly (webbed fingers) in children under 2 years old

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Syndactyly, or webbed fingers, is the most widespread defect of the child’s hand. It is characterized by the abnormal connection of fingers or toes. Typically syndactyly involves two fingers – the middle and ring, the thumb and pointer. They may be connected only by skin or, in more severe case, have common bones as well.

Plastic surgery of polydactyly – is it obligatory?

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Polydactyly is a medical term referred to having extra finger or toe. It is an inborn condition connected with disturbances of the limb formation due to genetic or external influences. Influences in early pregnancy are the most significant, as the digits are already recognizable at 41-43 days of gestation and are completely formed at 53 days.

Treatment of hidradenitis suppurativa in Germany

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Hidradenitis suppurativa is a chronic recurrent disease associated with inflammation of the apocrine sweat glands. The inflammatory process primarily affects hair follicles and then spreads to the apocrine glands. The disease poorly responds to treatment. Hidradenitis suppurativa has a high prevalence affecting 1-4% of the population in...


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