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Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya (JOINTS)
Published by Universitas Airlangga
ISSN : 2722712X     EISSN : 24608742     DOI : 10.20473/joints.v10i2.2021.39-45
Core Subject : Health,
The JOINTS research topics are relating to education and training in the field of orthopedics and traumatology, including research reports, case reports, and literature reviews.
Articles 64 Documents
THORACIC SPINE CANAL STENOSIS WITH CAUDA EQUINE SYNDROME: CASE REPORT Primadenny Ariesa Airlangga; Arifin Arifin
Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya Vol. 8 No. 2 (2019): October 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v8i2.2019.86-92

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Background: Cases of thoracic stenosis with cauda equina syndrome are rare. The thoracal canal is relatively narrow compared with cervical and lumbar, so the less pressure on the lower thoracal region is the thoracic vertebral height 11 which is the initial release of the cauda equine nerve root can cause complaints of cauda equina syndrome.Case: A 50-year-old male presented pain in both legs for 3 years, accompanied by weakness in the legs, numbness in the buttocks, and erectile dysfunction. Thoracal MRI examination shows severe spinal stenosis at 11th-12th thoracal vertebra with ligamentum flavum hypertrophy. Second patient, a 70-year-old man complained of weak legs since 1 week, accompanied by low back pain, numbness in the buttocks, and difficulty defecating. Thoracal MRI examination shows severe spinal stenosis in the 10th-11th thoracal vertebra. Both patients immediately underwent selective decompression surgery, laminotomy, and flavectomy at thoracal level showed satisfactory results based on improvement in clinical symptoms.Discussion: Leg weakness, hypoesthesia in the buttocks and pubic area, erectile dysfunction is the cauda equina syndrome. The exit of the first cauda equine nerve can be placed at 11th thoracic vertebra, so the presence of stenosis at that level and bellow can cause symptoms of the cauda equina syndrome. MRI examination is needed to ensure that there is severe spinal stenosis at the level of the thoracal-lumbar spine, according to the level of neurological disorders. The surgery of decompression is immediately carried out in the case of cauda equina syndrome because it is an emergency state.Conclusion. In cases with complaints of the cauda equina syndrome, thoracic stenosis can be the cause due to stenosis of the lower thoracic region which is the initial root of the cauda equina nerve. Confirm accurate diagnosis is with MRI.
THE PROFILE OF FRACTURE IN PATIENTS UNDER 17 YEARS OF AGE AT RSUD DR SOETOMO IN THE PERIOD OF 2013-2014 Satria Nur Sya'ban; Widati Fatmaningrum; Sulis Bayusentono
Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya Vol. 6 No. 1 (2017): April 2017
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v6i1.2017.21-32

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Fractures in children are important problem nowadays. Governmental census lists people under 17 years old as the largest contributor to fracture cases in Indonesia. The rapid increase in motor vehicle use, a hallmark of economic growth in developing countries, led to sharp increase in road saturation and consequently, rise in traffic related injuries. Variables involved in pediatric fractures needs to be identified and mapped to provide basis for the creation of better preventive measures to reduce problem before it happens. Thus, the purpose of this research is to create a profile of fracture in patients under the age of 17 years’ old at RSUD Dr Soetomo. The research is descriptive study which is performed by analyzing medical records in RSUD Dr Soetomo against the following: Age, Sex, Type of fracture, Cause of fracture, Time of fracture, Location of fracture, and Duration between admission and treatment. Data is then tabulated and converted into a bar graph for easier analysis. The research found that fractures in children most commonly occur at the 10-14 years’ age group (41.8%), happens more frequently in boys than in girls (69.5%), is dominated by closed fractures over open fractures (75.9%), and is most often caused by traffic accidents (60.9%). Consequently, the location in which fractures are most prevalent is the “street” (63.1%). It is also found that the highest incidence of fractures cases happens within the 12.01-18.00 time-span (19.1%) and is treated within the first 8 hours of admission to the hospital (79.4%).
DIFFERENCES OF BONE REGENERATION USING BOVINE HYDROXYAPATITE AND BOVINE HYDROXYAPATITE WITH FREEZE-DRIED PLATELET RICH PLASMA ALLOGRAFT IN BONE DEFECT OF FEMORAL WHITE RABBIT Mouli Edward; Henry Dominica; Ferdiansyah Mahyudin; Fedik Abdul Rantam
Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya Vol. 9 No. 2 (2020): October 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v9i2.2020.34-54

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Background: Hydroxyapatite is a bone graft that has osteoconductive properties for bone defects treatment. Platelet-rich plasma (PRP) has a capability of providing many bioactive molecules in physiological proportions. Hydroxyapatite given freeze-dried PRP is expected to create a graft that can strengthen the matrix while promoting osteoinduction. This study compares the effects of regeneration on the bone between bovine hydroxyapatite (BHA) and bovine hydroxyapatite with freeze-dried platelet-rich plasma (FD-PRP) as a bone graft in bone defect of the femoral white rabbit.Methods: The 12 equal New Zealand white rabbits aged 6-9 months are divided into two groups. Bone defects were made in the lower femoral meta-diaphysis with a diameter of 2.5 mm. The defects were filled with BHA with FD-PRP allograft in the treatment group and BHA in the control group. Both groups will be sacrificed in the third and sixth weeks, then evaluated histologically for microvascular structure, osteoblasts, woven bone, type-I collagen, osteocalcin, alkaline phosphatase, and immunoglobulin G.Results: During the evaluation in week 3 and 6, microvascular structure, osteoblast, and type-I collagen decreased in both groups with insignificant differences (p>0.05). Woven bone, osteocalcin, and immunoglobulin G increased in the treatment group but was not significant (p>0.05). Alkaline phosphatase increased higher in the treatment group, with a considerable difference in the sixth week (p=0.008).Conclusion: The elevation in the production of woven bone, osteocalcin, and alkaline phosphatase at the third and sixth-week evaluations highlight the possibility that administering BHA given FD-PRP may have contributed to the healing of bone defects.
LONG TERM FUNCTIONAL EVALUATION AUTOFIBULAR STRUT GRAFT IN CASE OF FRACTURES NECK FEMUR IN RSUD DR SOETOMO SURABAYA Sjarwani, Achmad; Irsyam, OK Ilham Abdullah
JOINTS (Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya) Vol 7, No 1 (2018): April 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v7i1.2018.55-64

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Background: Neck femur fracture has a poor prognosis due to its anatomical structure. Fractures that occur in the elderly often have a heavy comorbid so that the mortality rate in 1 year in this case reaches 30-50%. The techniques that have been developed at this time are not satisfactory results with non-union rate of about 30%.Purpose: Assessing the long-term effectiveness of fibular auto strut graft techniques for neck femoral fracture therapy.Methods: The study was conducted retrospectively using primary data in the form of clinical evaluation and secondary data in the form of medical record data and questionnaires of neck femur fracture patients who performed non-vascularized autofibular strutgraft therapy in the period January 2005 to August 2015 in operating room IRD RSUD Dr. Soetomo Surabaya. Patients were evaluated with Harris Hip Score.Result: Medical record data shows that surgery was performed in January 2005 until August 2015 in the IRD hospital operating room. Soetomo Surabaya with 15 patients that fit criteris inclusion. The final result of Harris Hip Score is excellent in 66.66% of patients, good in 20% of patients, and poor on 13.33% of patients. It can be seen that in large part, the technique of autofibular strutgraft (Surabaya Technique) gives good results to the sufferer.Conclusion: Autofibular strutgraft and reinforcement with cancellous lag screw on neck femur fracture can generally provide good functional results in long term evaluation. From the assessment of functional aspects, abnormal anatomical conditions, and Range of Motion (ROM), obtained satisfactory results. This supports autofibular strutgraft as a neck femur fracture therapy as a major therapeutic option at a young age.
DISTAL TIBIAL RECONSTRUCTION WITH INTRAMEDULLARY NAIL COMBINED WITH T-PLATE FOLLOWING EN-BLOC-EXCISION OF GIANT CELL TUMOR OF DISTAL TIBIA: CASE-REPORT Mujaddid Idulhaq; Fajar Baskoro Gardjito; Ibnu Yudistiro
Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya Vol. 10 No. 1 (2021): April 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v10i1.2021.22-27

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Background: Giant cell tumor is locally aggressive benign tumor that occur more common in distal femur, proximal tibia, and distal radius, and has tendency for recurrence and has capability for metastatize. Giant cell tumor in foot ankle are rare, and comprise less than four percent of giant cell tumor of the bone.Case Report: A 33 years old man presented with complains of pain and swelling in right ankle since 6 months ago with no history of trauma. Physical examination revealed increasing swelling over the distal-posteromedial aspect of lower leg and limitation ankle movements due to pain. Routine blood investigations showed slight increase of alkaline phosphatase. X-ray and Magnetic Resonance Imaging showed the lesion with morphology suggestive of giant cell tumor. Histopathology examination showed multinucleated giant cells and spindle shaped of mononuclear cells suggestive of giant cell tumor. The patient was treated with en-bloc-excision followed with distal tibial reconstruction using reverse intramedullary tibial nail combined with T-plate (tibio-talar arthodesis).Discussion: The main treatment of giant cell tumor of the bone is surgical removal to achieve tumor-free by eradication of the tumor, with various surgical techniques for reconstructing the cavity left. In this case we performed distal tibial reconstruction using reverse intramedullary tibial nail combined with T-plate.Conclusion: The patient at 12-month follow up is doing well, walking comfortably without any pain, has no limitation in range of motion with no signs of recurrence and good MSTS score (90).
RELATIONSHIP OF ACL INJURY WITH POSTERIOR TIBIAL SLOPE, INTERCONDYLAR NOTCH WIDTH RATIO, AGE, AND SEX Boby Harul Priono; Ghuna Arioharjo Utoyo; Yoyos Dias Ismiarto
Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya Vol. 7 No. 2 (2018): October 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v7i2.2018.106-113

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Posterior tibial slope (PTS) has been proposed as a potential risk factor for ACL injury; however, studies that examined this relationship have provided inconclusive and sometimes contradictory results. Further characterization of this relationship may enable the medical community to identify individuals at greater risk for ACL injury and possibly characterize an anatomic target during surgical reconstruction. Medical records of 20 patients who underwent MRI of the knee and athroscopy procedure between August 2016 and March 2017 were reviewed. Patients were separated into 2 groups: a study group of those subjects who had undergone surgery for ACL injury (n =10) and a control group of patients diagnosed without ACL Injury (n = 10). Demographic data were collected, and MRI images from both groups were analyzed using protactor android imaging software to obtain PTS measurements. Data then analyzed using SPSS v20. Data analysis demonstrated that the ACL injury group had significantly greater values for PTS (14.4 SD ± 3.5) compared with controls (10.1 SD ± 2.6). After stepwise elimination of non significant variables, the final t test independent determined that PTS (p value 0.08; p < 0.1) had statistically significant relationships with ACL injury. INW ratio, age, and sex were not demonstrated to be significant predictors of ACL injury in this final model. This study showed a relationship between increased PTS and ACL injury, which corroborates the findings of previously published studies. INW ratio, sex, and age showed no significant relationship with ACL injury.
NEGLECTED COXITIS TUBERCULOSA MANAGEMENT IN CHILDREN Sulis Bayusentono; Erwin Ramawan; Henry Dominica
Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya Vol. 8 No. 1 (2019): April 2019
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Background: Tuberculosis is one of serious health problems throughout the world, including in Indonesia. The incidence of tuberculosis continue to increase annually, especially the case of bone tuberculosis which is part of tuberculosis extra pulmonary as much as 10-20%.Case: A case report of 2 years old girl, with a neglected posterior hip dextra et causa coxitis tuberculosa dextra in Dr. Soetomo General Hospital, in period October 2013 until September 2015. Data were taken from the retrospective medical record through the anamnesis, physical findings, radiological, and laboratory examinations.Discussion: A 2 years old girl diagnosed as Neglected Posterior Hip dextra et causa Coxitis TB dextra, carried out of open biopsy, debridement, and open repositioning through the anterior approach Smith Peterson. Do installation of K-Wires and external fixation with hemispica. Given anti-tuberculosis drug for 12 months. In the monitoring for 2 years post-operatively, the patient reported an improvement.Conclusion: Hip Tuberculosis have a variety of mànifestasi similar to other diseases. Biopsy of the bone tissue lesions is a gold standard diagnosis for coxitis TB. However interpretation of the early picture of pelvic radiology can be a predictor outcome in the case of coxitis TB.
EVALUATION OF POLYMORPHONUCLEAR IMMUNE CELLS IN BIOCOMPATIBILITY TEST DFLP SPONGE CARTILAGE SCAFFOLD, ADIPOSE-DERIVED MSC AND SECRETOME WITH CARTILAGE INJECTION MODEL Brilliant Citra Wirashada; Dwikora Novemberi Utomo; Lukas Widhiyanto
Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya Vol. 9 No. 1 (2020): April 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v9i1.2020.1-8

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Background: In recent years, Freeze-Dried Scaffold Bovine Cartilage has been widely used as an alternative therapy for joint cartilage defects. This study aims to determine the biocompatibility of scaffold without involving implantation which provides clinical reports as expected through the evaluation of post-implantation chondrocytes regeneration, biocompatibility markers of the scaffold, and biocompatibility of sponge cartilage scaffold involving cartilage defects New Zealand White Rabbit. Methods: This experimental in-vivo study was conducted for four weeks. Rabbits were divided into 4 treatment groups: microfracture defect group with DFLP sponge cartilage scaffold (P1) implantation; Microfracture defect group with DFLP sponge cartilage scaffold-secretome implantation (P2); Microfracture defect group with DFLP sponge cartilage scaffold-adipose derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells (ADMSCs) (P3); Microfracture defect group without implantation (control). The evaluations of basophil, eosinophil, neutrophil, and polymorphonuclear (PMN) cells were done in the first 24 hours, 3 days, and 1 week after the treatment. The collected data will be analyzed statistically. Results: Research observations performed three times in the first, third, and seventh days. The results showed a small number of average Neutrophil (Neutrophil granulated) and PMN (segmented Neutrophils) cells both in the P2 and P3 groups compared with the control and the P1 group. Conclusion: In general, biocompatibility is not included on the cytotoxic effects including inflammatory reactions and post-cartilage scaffold sponge implantation (DFLP) with or without the addition of ADMSC and secretome in the white rabbit New Zealand cartilage defect associated with differences seen in eosinophils, basophils, neutrophils, also total PMN cells in four groups.
CORRELATION BETWEEN THREE COLUMN CONCEPT CLASSIFICATION AND INTERNAL FIXATION PROCEDURE OF TIBIAL PLATEAU PATIENTS AT DR. SOETOMO HOSPITAL Utomo, Dwikora Novembri; Subiantoro, Januar Ari
JOINTS (Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya) Vol 7, No 1 (2018): April 2018
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v7i1.2018.1-11

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Background: Tibial Plateau Fracture is one of the most common case seen in orthopaedics and the most classification system used is Schaetzker Classification. This classification is using X ray photograph to classify the fracture and it has limitation to describing a posterior column in tibial plateau fracture since X-ray is a 2D projection. Nowadays surgeon over the world start to using Three Column concept classification because it has a better image of 3D visualization of tibial plateau. Purpose: To know which one classification is more accurate in describing tibial plateau fracture in Dr. Soetomo Hospital period January 2015 until September 2017.Methods: This study is retrospective study, we collected data of patients with Tibial Plateau fracture that has been operated in Dr. Soetomo hospital from January 2015 – September 2017.Results: From the study found 24 patients that match with inclusion criteria. All patients are classified with Schaetzker and Three Column Classification. The most type of fracture based on Schaetzker Classification is Type 2 (7 patients) and based on Three Column Classification is type Three Column (11 patients) and the most action in Three Column type is Internal Fixation with double plate insertion (55 %).Conclusion: Three Column Classification is more accurate to describe type fracture in posterior part than Schaetzker. Three Column Classification is recommended to make easier decision for Tibial Plateau fracture treatment and prevent any loss of correction.
UNSTABLE LUMBAR FRACTURE-DISLOCATION TREATED BY LONG SEGMENT POSTERIOR PEDICLE SCREW INSTRUMENTATION Ferdiansyah Danang; Primadenny Ariesa Airlangga
Journal Orthopaedi and Traumatology Surabaya Vol. 9 No. 2 (2020): October 2020
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20473/joints.v9i2.2020.71-76

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Background: Among all the thoracolumbar fractures, 50-60% affects the thoracolumbar transitional zone, and 51% AO Type C Fractures has a neurological deficit. We experienced treating a case of unstable lumbar fracture-dislocation treated with long segment pedicle screw instrumentation.Case: A 26-year-old man came to the ER after his back hit by a canopy while working 2 hours before admission. The motoric function was diminished from the L2-S1 level and hypoesthesia at the T12 level. Plain X-Ray showed Fracture-Dislocation Lumbar Vertebral 1-2 Denis Classification Flexion Rotation (AO Type C) ASIA A. The patient underwent reduction, decompression, and long-segment posterior pedicle screw instrumentation.Discussion: The surgery’s primary purpose is to restore alignment and stability to improve the patient’s quality of life by enabling daily activity in a wheelchair without significant pain. Short segment or long segment pedicle screw instrumentation remains a debate. In this case report, we apply long segment pedicle screw instrumentation for lumbar vertebral fracture-dislocation.Conclusion: Thoracolumbar fracture and dislocation fixation aim to restore alignment and stability, to reduce kyphotic deformity, and to decompress the spinal canal. The long segment pedicle screw instrumentation can resist the deforming force of thoracolumbar fractures and dislocations that will inevitably collapse into further kyphosis, resulting in a better outcome.