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Parese af nervus peroneus efter bandagering med range of motion walker

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Reservelæge Pernille Hansen & ledende overlæge Hans Henrik Noer Sygehus Fyn Svendborg, Ortopædkirurgisk Afdeling
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Ugeskr Læger 2008;170(48):3967
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3967
Summary Paresis of nervus peroneus after immobilization with range of motion walker Ugeskr Læger 2008;170(48):3967 It is well known that cast immobilization can cause pressure on the common peroneal nerve. In this case a 64-year-old female patient had a fracture of the distal fibula (SU2, according to Lauge Hansens classification of angle fractures). This avulsion was conservatively treated and immobilized in a flexible cast. Unfortunately, the cast was too high, the metal plates inside it caused pressure on the common peroneal nerve and the patient sustained a peroneal palsy.
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