When is the arthrodesis in Orthopedics indicated?

Written by: Prof. Marco Massobrio
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Edited by: Giulia Boccoli

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By Prof. Marco Massobrio
Orthopaedic Surgery

Prof. Marco Massobrio specializes in Orthopedics and Traumatology, in Sports Medicine and in Physical and Rehabilitative Medicine. He has particular experience in bone reconstruction techniques, both with transplant and with autologous regeneration. Since 1989, he has performed over 3000 surgeries as the first operator in hip and pelvic surgery, prosthetic surgery (shoulder, hip, knee, ankle) and for the treatment of deformities (axial, congenital hypometry and post traumatic). Today he is an Adjunct Professor at La Sapienza University and in charge of the UOS of complex surgery of the arts and of the DAI Emergency and Acceptance basin at the Policlinico Umberto I.

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