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TBWTired But Wired (Tom Clancy)
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TBWThe Bra Whisperer
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Objective: To compare mean change in the Mayo Elbow Performance Score in olecranon fracture after treatment with tension band wiring and locking compression plate.
The patient underwent surgery by anterior approach where quadricepsplasty and tension band wiring for the patella were performed after bringing the superior fragment down (Figure 2).
Variety of fixation methods have been used to repair mandibular fractures including tension band wiring, interfragmentary wiring, interdental wiring, bone plates, screws, intra-oral acrylic splints and external skeletal fixators.
tension band wiring, K-wire fixation, hook plate, autograft or allograft reconstruction of acromioclavicular joint, Bosworth screw fixation, use of synthetic ligament, mersilene tape sling, etc.
In this technique we have utilized the principle of tension band wiring over a cannulated cancellous screw by transosseous route with full restoration of intra articular anatomy.
We report an unusual complication of an osteochondral defect being generated as a direct result of a malunion of a patella fracture previously fixed by a tension band wiring technique.
Although tension band wiring has been conventionally applied to fix distal clavicular fractures [3], our university hospital has been using, since 2000, Scorpion (Aimdeic, Japan) as a means of fixing unstable distal clavicular fracture without crossing the acromioclavicular joint.
This medial fracture was not amenable to screw fixation or tension band wiring; an LCP plate was applied which did not have an adequate fit.
The aim of this study was to compare the outcome of cerclage wiring (CW) versus Tension Band Wiring (TBW) for treatment of displaced fractures of the patella.
Tension band wiring has been described as an alternative technique for relatively small and brittle fragments [1,14].
Variety of fixation methods have been used to repair these types of fractures, including tension band wiring, interfragmentary wiring, interdental wiring, bone plates, screws, intra-oral acrylic splints and external skeletal fixators.
Various methods to treat phalangeal fractures include buddy strapping, percutaneous cross Kirschner (K) wiring, plate fixation and tension band wiring. Transverse metacarpal and phalangeal shaft fractures require internal fixation.