Classification system of the tibiofibular syndesmosis blood supply and its clinical relevance

2018
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dc.abstract.enDue to the lack of anatomical studies concerning complexity of the tibiofibular syndesmosis blood supply, density of blood vessels with further organization of syndesmotic vascular variations is presented in clinically relevant classification system. The material for the study was obtained from cadaveric dissections. We dissected 50 human ankles observing different types of arterial blood supply. Our classification system is based on the vascular variations of the anterior aspect of tibiofibular syndesmosis and corresponds with vascular density. According to our study the mean vascular density of tibiofibular syndesmosis is relatively low (4.4%) and depends on the type of blood supply. The highest density was observed among ankles with complete vasculature and the lowest when lateral anterior malleolar artery was absent (5.8% vs. 3.5%, respectively). Awareness of various types of tibiofibular syndesmosis arterial blood supply is essential for orthopedic surgeons who operate in the ankle region and radiologists for the anatomic evaluation of this area. Knowledge about possible variations along with relatively low density of vessels may contribute to modification of treatment approach by the increase of the recommended time of syndesmotic screw stabilization in order to prevent healing complications.pl
dc.affiliationWydział Lekarski : Zakład Anatomiipl
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dc.cm.date2020-01-07
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dc.contributor.authorZamojska, Izabela - 148069 pl
dc.contributor.authorBachul, Piotr - 140737 pl
dc.contributor.authorTomaszewski, Krzysztof - 135854 pl
dc.contributor.authorBereza, Tomasz - 128726 pl
dc.contributor.authorGil, Krzysztof - 129499 pl
dc.contributor.authorWalocha, Jerzy - 133734 pl
dc.contributor.authorPasternak, Artur - 161567 pl
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Due to the lack of anatomical studies concerning complexity of the tibiofibular syndesmosis blood supply, density of blood vessels with further organization of syndesmotic vascular variations is presented in clinically relevant classification system. The material for the study was obtained from cadaveric dissections. We dissected 50 human ankles observing different types of arterial blood supply. Our classification system is based on the vascular variations of the anterior aspect of tibiofibular syndesmosis and corresponds with vascular density. According to our study the mean vascular density of tibiofibular syndesmosis is relatively low (4.4%) and depends on the type of blood supply. The highest density was observed among ankles with complete vasculature and the lowest when lateral anterior malleolar artery was absent (5.8% vs. 3.5%, respectively). Awareness of various types of tibiofibular syndesmosis arterial blood supply is essential for orthopedic surgeons who operate in the ankle region and radiologists for the anatomic evaluation of this area. Knowledge about possible variations along with relatively low density of vessels may contribute to modification of treatment approach by the increase of the recommended time of syndesmotic screw stabilization in order to prevent healing complications.
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Wydział Lekarski : Zakład Anatomii
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Wydział Lekarski : Zakład Patofizjologii
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2020-01-07
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89891
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Zamojska, Izabela - 148069
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Bachul, Piotr - 140737
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Tomaszewski, Krzysztof - 135854
dc.contributor.authorpl
Bereza, Tomasz - 128726
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Gil, Krzysztof - 129499
dc.contributor.authorpl
Walocha, Jerzy - 133734
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Pasternak, Artur - 161567
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2020-01-17T09:59:59Z
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2020-01-17T09:59:59Z
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Classification system of the tibiofibular syndesmosis blood supply and its clinical relevance
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