TIBIA 2.5
2.5
Varus deformity of the tibial diaphysis treated with the TK-IIizarov Fixator with Threaded Bars.
2.5
Varus deformity of the tibial diaphysis treated with the TK-IIizarov Fixator with Threaded Bars.
TIBIA 2.4
2.4
Oblique deformity of the tibial shaft.
(a) TL-HEX in place.
(b)Gradual Correction.
2.4
Oblique deformity of the tibial shaft.
(a) TL-HEX in place.
(b)Gradual Correction.
TIBIA 2.3
2.3
Proximal Tibial Deformity.
(a) TL-HEX in place.
(b)Progressive correction.
2.3
Proximal Tibial Deformity.
(a) TL-HEX in place.
(b)Progressive correction.
TIBIA  2.2
2.2
Varus or valgus deformity of the proximal tibia.
(a) LRS Fixator with OF-Garches T-Clamp attachment proximally, mounted anteriorly on proximal tibia; complete osteotomy performed.
(b) Initial lengthening to free bone ends, prior to angular correction.
(c)Progressive angular correction.
2.2
Varus or valgus deformity of the proximal tibia.
(a) LRS Fixator with OF-Garches T-Clamp attachment proximally, mounted anteriorly on proximal tibia; complete osteotomy performed.
(b) Initial lengthening to free bone ends, prior to angular correction.
(c)Progressive angular correction.
TIBIA 2.1
2.1
a. Varus deformity of proximal tibia.
(a) LRS Fixator in place with Multiplanar Clamp proximally; osteotomy performed.
(b) Initial lengthening by callotasis to stretch soft tissues slowly.
(c)Acute shortening and angular correction by callus manipulation.
2.1
a. Varus deformity of proximal tibia.
(a) LRS Fixator in place with Multiplanar Clamp proximally; osteotomy performed.
(b) Initial lengthening by callotasis to stretch soft tissues slowly.
(c)Acute shortening and angular correction by callus manipulation.
TIBIA 1.12
1.12
Distal tibial fracture stabilized using the Radiolucent Fixator (D120 series) with the Metaphyseal Clamp distally.
The T-Clamp or B.G.T Clamp can be used as an alternative to Metaphyseal Clamp.
1.12
Distal tibial fracture stabilized using the Radiolucent Fixator (D120 series) with the Metaphyseal Clamp distally.
The T-Clamp or B.G.T Clamp can be used as an alternative to Metaphyseal Clamp.
TIBIA 1.11
1.11
Distal tibial fracture stabilized using the Radiolucent Fixator (D120 series) with the T-Clamp distally.
1.11
Distal tibial fracture stabilized using the Radiolucent Fixator (D120 series) with the T-Clamp distally.
TIBIA 1.10
1.10
Long diaphyseal segmental fracture, stabilized using the Sheffield Ring Fixator.
1.10
Long diaphyseal segmental fracture, stabilized using the Sheffield Ring Fixator.
TIBIA 1.9
1.9
Long diaphyseal segmental fracture, stabilized using the TK-IIizarov Fixator.
1.9
Long diaphyseal segmental fracture, stabilized using the TK-IIizarov Fixator.
TIBIA 1.8
1.8
Large unstable, segmental fracture of the tibial shaft; stabilized using the Micro Movement Fixator (D100 series) with a Metaphyseal Clamp for the proximal segment and an additional screw in the central segment.
1.8
Large unstable, segmental fracture of the tibial shaft; stabilized using the Micro Movement Fixator (D100 series) with a Metaphyseal Clamp for the proximal segment and an additional screw in the central segment.
TIBIA 1.7
1.7
Large unstable, segmental fracture of the tibial shaft; stabilized using the Radiolucent Fixator (D120 series) with a T-Clamp for the proximal segment and an additional screw in the central segment.
1.7
Large unstable, segmental fracture of the tibial shaft; stabilized using the Radiolucent Fixator (D120 series) with a T-Clamp for the proximal segment and an additional screw in the central segment.
TIBIA 1.6
1.6
Fracture of the tibial diaphysis treated with the Micro Movement Fixator (D100 series).
1.6
Fracture of the tibial diaphysis treated with the Micro Movement Fixator (D100 series).