Gabriel Clembosky's research while affiliated with IVI Buenos Aires and other places

Publications (9)

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Objective The objective of the study is to analyze the clinical and radiological results obtained using a minimally invasive fixation technique with a volar locking plate and a suspension system with a dorsal button in distal articular radius fractures with dorsal comminution. Materials and Methods Six patients with distal radius fractures, between...
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Objectives: The purpose of this study is to describe a technique of volar locking plate for distal radius fractures with pronator quadratus (PQ) preservation, determining whether, with a less invasive approach, we can achieve good clinical, radiographic, and functional outcomes. Methods: The study period extended from July 2012 to January 2015. Thi...
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Abstract Background: Scapholunate advanced collapse and scaphoid nonunion advanced collapse result in high morbidity and pose significant challenges for active patients. Multiple treatment options have been proposed to yield satisfactory results; however, restoration of physiological wrist motion remains an issue. Questions/Purposes: The objective...
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Objetivo Comparar biomecánicamente en modelos cadavéricos tornillos bloqueados versus pernos bloqueados en fracturas extraarticulares de radio distal estabilizadas con placas bloqueadas volares. Materiales y Métodos Se reprodujeron fracturas extraarticulares conminutas (AO-A3) en 12 radios de 6 cadáveres. Se dividieron dos grupos según el empleo...
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Radial head replacement in complex elbow fractures (Mason III) with either bony or ligamentous injuries or interosseous membrane rupture is unquestionable. Actual modular and metallic prosthesis ease the mounting technique and ensure durability. Nevertheless, these types of prostheses are not always available in a short time in our daily practice....

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... La inmovilización posoperatoria consiste en una férula braquiopalmar por dos semanas y, a continuación, una férula en "pinza de azúcar" que permita la movilidad del codo hasta obtener signos de consolidación radiológica. 7 La consolidación radiológica fue definida como la presencia de, al menos, tres de cuatro corticales en las radiografías anteroposteriores y laterales. Sin embargo, en casos dudosos, se recurrió a una tomografía computarizada para confirmar la integración del injerto vascularizado. ...
... It has been generally accepted that radial head excision (radial head resection) is the preferred treatment option regarding dislocated and comminuted fractures of the radial head, especially for those blocking the joint motion (8,9). However, its long-term complications, especially reduced grip strength, gradually resulted in limitation of its use (10). ...
... In this case series, four patients required secondary surgeries: three underwent removal of hardware for symptomatic hardware and one underwent a radial head resection secondary to radial head avascular necrosis. Notably, the literature remains controversial regarding optimal surgical treatment of Mason type III and IV fractures (12)(13)(14)(15)(16)(17)(18). Ring et al. previously concluded that fixation is best reserved for minimally comminuted fractures with 3 or fewer articular fragments while prosthetic arthroplasty should be performed for more complex and comminuted fractures (16). ...