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Revista Archivo Médico de Camagüey

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RODRIGUEZ RODRIGUEZ, Eugenio Isidro; NGUYEN PHAM, Tuan  y  NGUYEN THE, Long. Treatment of the equine spastic foot with the technique of Hsu: study of three years. AMC [online]. 2017, vol.21, n.3, pp.328-336. ISSN 1025-0255.

Background: cerebral palsy is a major concern for family, is the most common physical disability in childhood and is the most common cause of consultation in pediatric orthopedics by neurological disorder. Objective: to evaluate the technique of Hsu in the treatment of the equine spastic foot of patient with cerebral paralysis.  Methods: was carried out a longitudinal and descriptive study in 29 patients with the diagnosis of foot spastic equine treaties with the technique of Hsu in the service of Orthopedics and Traumatologic of the Pediatric University Hospital Eduardo Agramonte Piña, from May 2011 until May 2014 to evaluate the results obtained with this technique. Results prevailed the patients of the masculine sex with bilateral deformity, smaller than five years and perinatal etiologic. The results were satisfactory in most of the cases and the complications were all smaller. Conclusions: the technique of Hus is a therapeutic good option in patient with equine spastic foot with cerebral paralysis, to be a simple procedure, for its scarce complications and surgical good results.

Palabras clave : EQUINUS DEFORMITY [therapy]; EQUINUS DEFORMITY [complications]; CEREBRAL PALSY; CHILD; LONGITUDINAL STUDIES.

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