Osteotomies Around the Knee
7 days ago
Omer Zubair - The presentation is about osteotomies around the knee, a topic that is important but often ignored.
- Osteotomies were introduced in the 60s and became popular again in the 1990s due to work done in European centers.
- Osteotomies can be intra or extra-articular and can be combined.
- The most common indication for osteotomies is isolated medial osteoarthritis, ligament instability, or varus test instability.
- The presentation includes information on how to assess a patient with medial osteoarthritis, including history, clinical assessment, and appropriate investigations.
This teaching video is specifically helpful for candidates preparing for the following Orthopaedic Exams : FRCS , European Board (FEBOT) , SICOT Diploma and Arabic Boards
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