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  • The 12-in-1 procedure for the treatment of congenital idiopathic clubfoot 

    Dailiana, Z. H.; Beris, A. E.; Malizos, K. N.; Varitimidis, S. E.; Hantes, M.; Soucacos, P. N. (2008)
    The purpose of this study was to assess the long-term results of an extended soft tissue release in a single procedure, for the treatment of congenital idiopathic clubfoot. Seventeen patients with 22 congenital idiopathic ...
  • Free vascularized fibular grafts for reconstruction of skeletal defects 

    Malizos, K. N.; Zalavras, C. G.; Soucacos, P. N.; Beris, A. E.; Urbaniak, J. R. (2004)
    Nourished by the peroneal vessels, the versatile free vascularized fibular graft can be transferred to reconstruct skeletal defects of the extremities. It may be combined with skin, fascia, muscle, and growth-plate tissue ...
  • Vascularised bone grafts for the management of non-union 

    Soucacos, P. N.; Dailiana, Z.; Beris, A. E.; Johnson, E. O. (2006)
    Non-union of the long bones may have severe consequences, particularly when combined with other post-traumatic sequelae, such as tendon adhesions, reflex sympathetic dystrophy and infection, among others. In these cases, ...
  • VASCULARIZED FIBULA TRANSFER FOR LOWER LIMB RECONSTRUCTION 

    Beris, A. E.; Lykissas, M. G.; Korompilias, A. V.; Vekris, M. D.; Mitsionis, G. I.; Malizos, K. N.; Soucacos, P. N. (2011)
    Massive bony defects of the lower extremity are usually the result of high-energy trauma, tumor resection, or severe sepsis. Vascularized fibular grafts are useful in the reconstruction of large skeletal defects, especially ...