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Ghida EL-Banna

Stanford University School of Medicine| Doctor of Medicine '22+
University of Massachusetts, Amherst | Master of Public Policy '18
Smith College| BA in Biological Sciences '17

(e) ghida.elbanna@gmail.com
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  • Arthrodesis of the Foot or Ankle in Adult Patients with Congenital Clubfoot CUREUS Zhuang, T., El-Banna, G., Frick, S. 2019; 11 (12)
  • Arthrodesis of the Foot or Ankle in Adult Patients with Congenital Clubfoot. Cureus Zhuang, T., El-Banna, G., Frick, S. 2019; 11 (12): e6505

    Abstract

    Background Although clubfoot that was corrected in childhood rarely recurs in adulthood, persistent deformities or arthritic pain may require further treatment during adulthood. Little evidence exists on the operative procedures utilized in adult clubfoot patients, who were previously treated for congenital clubfoot in childhood, for residual or recurrent deformity or pain. Objective The objective of this study is to characterize the types and frequencies of procedures utilized in adult clubfoot patients, who were previously treated for congenital clubfoot in childhood. Methods A two-pronged approach was employed to describe the operative procedures used in adult clubfoot patients. First, a literature review of all reported cases of operative treatment in adult clubfoot patients who were previously treated in childhood was performed. Second, an analysis of the operative treatments used in adult patients with a diagnosis of congenital clubfoot was conducted using a large, administrative claims database. Results In the literature review, arthrodesis was the most cited operative treatment and reported in four out of the eight studies included. Osteotomies were also reported in the literature. In the database analysis, 94 hindfoot arthrodesis procedures were identified in 73 patients, out of 1,198 adult patients in the database with a diagnosis of congenital clubfoot. Sixty-two patients out of 1,198 adult clubfoot patients received osteotomies. An insufficient number of total ankle arthroplasties were reported for further analysis. Conclusions Operative treatment in adult clubfoot patients who were treated for congenital clubfoot in childhood includes hindfoot arthrodesis and osteotomy procedures. Total ankle arthroplasty has not been reported in the literature for these patients.

    View details for DOI 10.7759/cureus.6505

    View details for PubMedID 32025426

    View details for PubMedCentralID PMC6988724

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