Babst, R.

This textbook offers a comprehensive view of all aspects of minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis (MIPO). The second expanded edition includes the expert knowledge of AO surgeons from all around the world. It not only provides basic concepts and the latest clinical and basic scientific research, but guides the interested surgeon through the crucial steps of MIPO application in the different anatomical regions. Enhanced by clear photographs, x-rays, MRls, CT scans, and detailed illustrations, the book comprises two sections:Section 1, Principles, covers the principles of MIPO surgery as well as education in MIPO.Section 2, Cases, encompasses all anatomical regions. For each region there is a comprehensive introduction covering general aspects of MIPO techniques regarding indications, preoperative planning, and positioning, before indirect and direct reduction and fixation techniques are presented. Case examples then allow the reader to follow each procedure in a thorough, step-by-step manner. Additional chapters on pediatric and fragility fractures, special indications, and implant removal conclude this second section. The main concept behind the MIPO technique is to deal with soft tissue and bone in a way that does not add additional trauma to the fracture site. The bone must be accessed through soft-tissue windows away from the fracture site. Direct reduction maneuvers, if needed, should be executed to leave only small footprints at the fracture area and reduce disturbance of fracture healing. MINIMALLY INVASIVE PLATE OSTEOSYNTHESIS (MIPO).

Minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis using a locking compression plate for diaphyseal humeral fractures Sachit Malhan, Simon Thomas, Shekhar Srivastav, Shekhar Agarwal, Vivek Mittal, Biren Nadkarni, Divesh Gulati Department of Orthopaedics, Delhi Institute of Trauma and Orthopaedics, Sant Parmanand Hospital, New Delhi, India

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Sofi Voighua

Minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis (MIPO): Reduction and fixation with a plate of any design, without direct surgical exposure of the fracture site, using small skin incisions and subcutaneous or submuscular insertion of the plate. Minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis has been shown to have some biological advantages in long bones when nailing is not an option, especially in periarticular fractures extending into the shaft. Recent literature [ 10 – 12 ] has shown the feasibility, safety, and efficacy of this technique.

Mattio Mazios

Minimally invasive surgery also applies to fracture repair. Through the use of advanced imaging (CT and fluoroscopy), many fractures can be repaired through small incisions. Not only does this reduce the trauma to the patient, but by minimizing the approach to a broken bone, it maximizes healing potential.

Noe Schulzzo

Minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis (MIPO), an innovative alternative treatment, is gaining in popularity. This technique is based on the anterior humeral shaft providing a relatively safe surface for plate application, and limited open exposures proximally and distally allow percutaneous insertion of the necessary implant. In the minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis group, time to bone union was significantly correlated with the gap interval (P =.004) and the number of fracture fragments (P =.002).

Jason Statham

Approaches for minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis are usually performed laterally. They vary according to the fracture location: proximal (segment 1), mid-shaft (segment 2), or distal femur (segment 3) sections. Thorough preoperative planning is compulsory in order to define the necessary specific approach locations. 2.

Jessica Kolhmann

Looking for abbreviations of MIPO? It is Minimally Invasive Percutaneous Plate Osteosynthesis. Minimally Invasive Percutaneous Plate Osteosynthesis listed as MIPO. Distal radius fracture by minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis (MIPO) Philippe Liverneaux describes a minimally invasive technique to treat fractures of the wrist Minimally invasive surgery has become a gold standard in lower limb trauma surgery: percutaneous surgery of the forefoot, knee and hip prosthesis and surgical treatment of trochanterian areas [15].