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Combination of several defects

What is FFU syndrome?

Femoral-fibula-ulna syndrome (FFU syndrome) is a very rare congenital disease, usually involving an asymmetric combination of several defects. These usually affect the thigh bone (femur) and the calf bone (fibula) of one side of the body, as well as the ulna or the elbow joint (elbow aplasia) on the opposite side.

FFU syndrome is sometimes also associated with PFFD.


 

 

Femur-Fibula-Ulna-Syndrom (FFU-Syndrom) | © Pohlig GmbH
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What is an orthoprosthesis?

This device compensates for the leg length deficit and provides corrective support.

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Sample treatment

Femur-Fibula-Ulna-Syndrom (FFU-Syndrom) ohne Versorgung | © Pohlig GmbH
Patient without orthoprostheses

Femur-fibula-ulna syndrome.

Femur-Fibula-Ulna-Syndrom (FFU-Syndrom) mit Versorgung | © Pohlig GmbH
Patient with orthoprostheses

Caring for children and adolescents with FFU syndrome is part of our daily work. There is hardly any patient that we can't get back up and running.

FFU syndrome

Gait pattern with orthoprostheses

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When it comes to orthopedic treatment for infants and children, it is extremely important for all parties to pull together: parents, doctors, technicians and therapists.

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Trade article

Orthoprosthetic treatment of longitudinal limb deformities on the lower extremities of children and adolescents.

Authors: M. Schäfer, H. Fleps, T. Baumeister, S. Wiedmann
Source: ORTHOPÄDIE-TECHNIK 01/18, Verlag Orthopädie-Technik Dortmund