Amputation - Explore the Science & Experts | ideXlab


Scan Science and Technology

Contact Leading Edge Experts & Companies

Amputation

The Experts below are selected from a list of 164970 Experts worldwide ranked by ideXlab platform

Amputation – Free Register to Access Experts & Abstracts

R.j.a. Goris – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Amputation for reflex sympathetic dystrophy
    Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-british Volume, 1995
    Co-Authors: P.w. Dielissen, A.t.p.m. Claassen, P.h.j.m. Veldman, R.j.a. Goris

    Abstract:

    We have reviewed 28 patients with reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) who had 34 Amputations in 31 limbs. The Amputations had been performed for untenable pain (5), recurrent infection (14) or to improve residual function (15). Only two patients were relieved of pain by Amputation, and this could not be predicted. Ten of 14 patients were cured of infection and 9 of 15 patients had improvement of residual function. In 28 of the Amputations, RSD recurred in the stump, especially after Amputation at a level which was not free from symptoms. Because of recurrence of RSD in the stump or severe hyperpathia only two patients wear a prosthesis. Despite this 24 patients were satisfied with the results.

    Free Register to Access Article

P.w. Dielissen – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Amputation for reflex sympathetic dystrophy
    Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-british Volume, 1995
    Co-Authors: P.w. Dielissen, A.t.p.m. Claassen, P.h.j.m. Veldman, R.j.a. Goris

    Abstract:

    We have reviewed 28 patients with reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) who had 34 Amputations in 31 limbs. The Amputations had been performed for untenable pain (5), recurrent infection (14) or to improve residual function (15). Only two patients were relieved of pain by Amputation, and this could not be predicted. Ten of 14 patients were cured of infection and 9 of 15 patients had improvement of residual function. In 28 of the Amputations, RSD recurred in the stump, especially after Amputation at a level which was not free from symptoms. Because of recurrence of RSD in the stump or severe hyperpathia only two patients wear a prosthesis. Despite this 24 patients were satisfied with the results.

    Free Register to Access Article

  • Amputation for reflex sympathetic dystrophy
    , 1995
    Co-Authors: P.w. Dielissen, A.t.p.m. Claassen, P.h.j.m. Veldman, R. Jan, A. Goris

    Abstract:

    We have reviewed 28 patients with reflex sympathetic Isakov, Susak and Korzets 1992). Amputation as a therapy dystrophy (RSD) who had 34 Amputations in 31 limbs, for RSD has been reported only incidentally (Rohrich, The Amputations had been perform ed for untenable Stevenson and Piepgrass 1987; Eyres, Talbot and Harding pain (5), recurrent infection (14) or to improve residual 1990; Ritt and Jansen 1992; Erdmann and Wynn-Jones function (15). Only two patients were relieved of pain by 1992) or mentioned briefly in the details of large series Amputation, and this could not be predicted. Ten of 14 (Kiaer 1948; Omer and Thomas 1971; Poplawski, Wiley patients were cured of infection and 9 of 15 patients had Improvement of residual function. and Murray 1983; Jankovic and van der Linden 1988). We have found no information on the indications for or the In 28 of the Amputations, RSD recurred in the stump, results of Amputation in RSD and have therefore studied especially after am putation at a level which was not free our results retrospectively, from symptoms. Because of recurrence of RSD in the stump or severe hyperpathia only two patients wear a prosthesis. Despite this 24 patients were satisfied with the results

    Free Register to Access Article

P.h.j.m. Veldman – One of the best experts on this subject based on the ideXlab platform.

  • Amputation for reflex sympathetic dystrophy
    Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery-british Volume, 1995
    Co-Authors: P.w. Dielissen, A.t.p.m. Claassen, P.h.j.m. Veldman, R.j.a. Goris

    Abstract:

    We have reviewed 28 patients with reflex sympathetic dystrophy (RSD) who had 34 Amputations in 31 limbs. The Amputations had been performed for untenable pain (5), recurrent infection (14) or to improve residual function (15). Only two patients were relieved of pain by Amputation, and this could not be predicted. Ten of 14 patients were cured of infection and 9 of 15 patients had improvement of residual function. In 28 of the Amputations, RSD recurred in the stump, especially after Amputation at a level which was not free from symptoms. Because of recurrence of RSD in the stump or severe hyperpathia only two patients wear a prosthesis. Despite this 24 patients were satisfied with the results.

    Free Register to Access Article

  • Amputation for reflex sympathetic dystrophy
    , 1995
    Co-Authors: P.w. Dielissen, A.t.p.m. Claassen, P.h.j.m. Veldman, R. Jan, A. Goris

    Abstract:

    We have reviewed 28 patients with reflex sympathetic Isakov, Susak and Korzets 1992). Amputation as a therapy dystrophy (RSD) who had 34 Amputations in 31 limbs, for RSD has been reported only incidentally (Rohrich, The Amputations had been perform ed for untenable Stevenson and Piepgrass 1987; Eyres, Talbot and Harding pain (5), recurrent infection (14) or to improve residual 1990; Ritt and Jansen 1992; Erdmann and Wynn-Jones function (15). Only two patients were relieved of pain by 1992) or mentioned briefly in the details of large series Amputation, and this could not be predicted. Ten of 14 (Kiaer 1948; Omer and Thomas 1971; Poplawski, Wiley patients were cured of infection and 9 of 15 patients had Improvement of residual function. and Murray 1983; Jankovic and van der Linden 1988). We have found no information on the indications for or the In 28 of the Amputations, RSD recurred in the stump, results of Amputation in RSD and have therefore studied especially after am putation at a level which was not free our results retrospectively, from symptoms. Because of recurrence of RSD in the stump or severe hyperpathia only two patients wear a prosthesis. Despite this 24 patients were satisfied with the results

    Free Register to Access Article