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An Urban Experience
Results
The shape, range and general location of ICR curves were broadly similar within each condition, particularly for intact and TTO. Visually, there were curve similarities between intact and TTO conditions and between
MMR and CCLt conditions. Curve variability increased markedly in MMR and CCLt sti es and was reduced
(but not to intact levels) following TTO (Figure 2).
ICR curves in CCLt and MMR sti es were displaced proximally relative to Blumensaat’s line compared to intact sti es. TTO surgery reduced but did not eliminate this displacement, possibly re ecting residual instability or changes in effective joint angle.
WSVA7-0050 ORTHOPEDICS
MINIMALLY INVASIVE REPAIR-TECHNIQUE IN BILATERAL SACROILIAC LUXATION
Y.U. Kim1, B. Hwang1, S. Jung1, Y. Ha1, J. Moon1, D. Kim1, H. Kim1, M.S. Kim1, N.S. Kim1
1BK 21 plus- Chonbuk National University, Veterinary medicine, Iksan, Republic of Korea
Introduction
Trauma injuries of the pelvis are mostly occurred by car accident which include fracture of ilium, acetabulum, ischium, pubis and pelvic limb, and sacroiliac joint luxation. Sacroiliac joint luxation could be repaired
by open reduction technique and closed reduction technique. Usually, bilateral sacroiliac joint luxation was reduced by using two lag screw bilaterally, but it also could be reduced by using trans-iliosacral rod, trans-ilial pinning and one lag fashion screw.
Objectives
Purpose of this study is applying minimally invasive technique to bilateral sacroiliac joint luxation using alternative screw insertion landmark.
Methods
In lateral recumbency, two needles were inserted per- cutaneously to caudal iliac crest point and caudal acetabulum rim point respectively, under  uoroscopy guide. This is  rst guide line which cross caudal iliac crest point and caudal acetabulum point. Second guide line is made vertically from the caudal iliac crest point which cross over iliac body. Then, half point of iliac body crossing line is determined as a screw insertion point.
Results
Mean ± SD left and right sacroiliac joint reduction percentage were 90.44%(SD ± 4.44) and 91.22% (SD ± 4.07) respectively.
Preoperative mean pelvic canal diameter ratio was 1.28 (SD ±0.07). Postoperative mean pelvic canal diameter ratio was 1.39 (SD ±0.07).
Left mean screw depth/sacral width was 76%
(SD ± 6.46) (range 69-87%) and right mean screw depth/ sacral width was 76% (SD ± 5.93) (range 69-87%).
Conclusions
Proposed determining screw insertion point technique in this study could be used in bilateral sacroiliac joint luxation as a alternative minimally invasive technique.
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(Figure 2: Mean ICR coordinates)
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Conclusions
Analysis of ICR curves may assist in identifying which sti e stabilisation techniques are biomechanically superior for management of cranial cruciate ligament de ciency, despite assessment being limited to the sagittal plane.


































































































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