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Creator: Kenneth A Egol, MD
Duration: 8:20
Journal: Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
This video, shot on an iPhone 6S, shows the case of a 66 year old female status-post a fall with twisting mechanism resulting in an unstable SER 4 type fracture requiring operative repair. Intra-operative stress test revealed medial clear space widening requiring syndesmotic reduction.
Creator: Eben A Carroll, MD
Duration: 10:00
Journal: Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
This video highlights a reproducible technique for restoring coronal plane alignment by leveraging the volar locking plate in an indirect reduction maneuver. After anatomic reduction of the articular surface and insertion of the distal row of locking screws, freer elevators are used to translate the proximal end of the plate in an ulnar to radial direction, which indirectly reduces the metaphyseal component of these fractures.
Creator: Stryker Trauma
Duration: 3:00
Journal: Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma

This video is narrated and features a surgical procedure completed by Dr. Joshua Langford at Orlando Regional Medical Center demonstrating the suprapatellar technique for tibial nail insertion using an insertion sleeve as part of the T2 Tibia Suprapatellar Instrument System. The demonstration includes patient positioning and incision as well as sleeve insertion and fixation into the tibia plateau, reaming and nail insertion. The video includes pre-nail and post-nail x-ray images demonstrating entry point, fracture reduction and final nail positioning.

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Creator: Robert Ostrum, MD
Journal: Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
In the accompanying video, we describe our method of percutaneous reduction techniques in the setting of a comminuted femoral shaft fracture treated with a retrograde femoral intramedullary nail.
Creator: Eben A Carroll, MD
Duration: 10:46
Journal: Journal of Orthopaedic Trauma
This video highlights the surgical technique for an exchange nailing of a hypertrophic femoral shaft nonunion with associated varus deformity. In this particular case, the patient was placed in a lateral decubitus position to facilitate access to start site, and blocking screws were utilized to guide the upsized nail into a more anatomic position and correct the varus deformity.