The attitude of the knee was in a fixed flexion deformity at 30[degrees], and the flexion was up to 100[degrees].
What does FFD stand for?
FFD stands for Fixed Flexion Deformity
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The accidental bladder puncture that complicated our attempted modified fascia iliaca block was most likely the result of an overly medial insertion point, along with markedly distorted anatomy from bladder distension and a fixed flexion deformity of the hip from muscular spasticity.
8) The clinical evidence for patient selection and optimal results was obtained from the literature (2,4-6,9-14) and a standard was set for an optimal result as follows: * Age [less than or equal to] 65 years * Varus angle [less than or equal to] 15[degrees] * Valgus correction of 8[degrees] to 15[degrees] * Stage of OA [less than or equal to] 38 * Fixed flexion deformity of the knee [less than or equal to] 15[degrees] * Total flexion > 90[degrees] * Lateral subluxation of tibia [less than or equal to] 5 mm * Predominantly medial compartment OA * No ligament laxity * Non-obese * Pre-osteotomy arthroscopic evaluation of the knee * Five-year satisfactory result of at least 85% All the patients had a lateral closing wedge high tibial osteotomy.