Síndrome compartimental pós-fratura de platô tibial: Influence Statistics

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Concepts for which they have has direct influence: Tibial plateau , Internal fixation , Tibial plateau fracture , Plateau fracture .

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Síndrome compartimental pós-fratura de platô tibial

Abstract

. ResumoAs fraturas de platô tibial são relativamente raras e representam, aproximadamente, 1,2% de todas as fraturas. A tíbia, por sua localização subcutânea e pobre cobertura muscular, está exposta a sofrer grandes quantidades de traumatismos, que não são somente fraturas, mas também lesões por achatamento, contusões severas, entre outras que, em um determinado momento, podem causar no enfermo a síndrome compartimental. É relatado o caso de um paciente de 58 anos que, após fratura de platô tibial, apresentou síndrome compartimental de perna e foi submetido à fasciotomia descompressiva dos quatro compartimentos direitos. Após osteossíntese com fixação interna de platô tibial com placa em L, evoluiu com nova síndrome compartimental.AbstractFractures of the tibial plateau are relatively rare, representing around 1.2% of all fractures. The tibia, due to its subcutaneous location and poor muscle coverage, is exposed and suffers large numbers of traumas, not only fractures, but also crush injuries and severe bruising, among others, which at any given moment, could lead compartment syndrome in the patient. The case is reported of a 58-year-old patient who, following a tibial plateau fracture, presented compartment syndrome of the leg and was submitted to decompressive fasciotomy of the four right compartments. After osteosynthesis with internal fixation of the tibial plateau using an L-plate, the patient again developed compartment syndrome.