Treatment for Acromioclavicular joint separation in Rockwood type IV-VI (Complete tare)

Get Started. It's Free
or sign up with your email address
Rocket clouds
Treatment for Acromioclavicular joint separation in Rockwood type IV-VI (Complete tare) by Mind Map: Treatment for Acromioclavicular joint separation in Rockwood type IV-VI (Complete tare)

1. Hook plate

1.1. commonly use

1.2. Good stability if use many screw

1.3. need to remove device

1.4. failure

1.4.1. joint damage

1.4.2. screw pull out

1.4.3. osteolysis

2. K-wire

2.1. original treatment

2.2. weakness

2.2.1. incurrent disease

2.2.2. pin migration

2.2.3. damage to nerve, vassels

2.2.4. large exposure

2.2.5. soft tissue damaged

3. Bosworth screw

3.1. Coracoclavicular fixation

3.2. weakness

3.2.1. effect from incorrect placement

3.2.1.1. screw breakage

3.2.1.2. need to remove device

4. Weaver and Dunn

4.1. Acromioclavicular joint reconstruction

4.2. need to add some technique for good stability

4.2.1. suture loop

4.2.2. fiber wire

5. Dog Bone button

5.1. good stability in vertical plane

5.2. coracoclavicular ligament repair

5.3. weakness

5.3.1. coracoid base fracture

5.3.2. button cut out

5.3.3. osteilysis

6. lock down

6.1. fix screw in horizontal plane

6.2. dislocation of the device will happens.

7. Two-tunnel

7.1. coracoclavicular ligament repair

7.2. commonly use

7.3. avoid pinning

7.4. failures

7.4.1. from malposition

7.4.1.1. osteolysis

7.4.1.2. not stabilize

7.4.1.3. device tear

8. purpose

8.1. Acromioclavicular joint reduction

8.2. Fixation

8.3. Coracoclavicular ligament repair

8.4. reconstruction

8.5. ligament healing

9. Recover AC anatomy

9.1. Bands

9.1.1. tension

9.1.2. pin

9.2. plate, screw

9.3. loops