Paediatric Orthopaedics

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Success of operative treatment depends on a coordinated process that includes preoperative assessment, careful planning, preparation for surgery and a complete postoperative program. Limb reconstruction is stressful for both patient and staff, complex in its application and requires a greater degree of patient supervision than conventional orthopaedic surgery.

Further Information

  • Limb lengthening and deformity correction
  • Arthrodesis (fusion) of septic or neuropathic joints
  • Restoration of bony continuity after resection (tumour, infection) or loss (trauma)
  • Correction of joint deformity
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