2003, Number 4
Acta Ortop Mex 2003; 17 (4)
Vergara FHJ, Leyva GN, León HSR, García AA
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ABSTRACTThe atrophy muscular peronea or illness of CMT is the most common outlying neuropathy, with a prevalence of 1:2500. Main objective. Establish factors presage of the surgical procedures of the foot of patient with CMT. Material and methods. Thirty one patients were revised with the clinical diagnosis, electromyograph, and genetic making a total of 62 feet evaluating the march pre and postsurgically, analyzing the data with χ2. Results. Of the 31 revised patients 17 (54%) they are type-I; and 9 (29%) type-II; and 5 (16%) not classified; according to the sex 15 they are male (48%) and 16 female (52%). The most frequent deformity the foot was I dig varo (100%); the patients with but tendency to be operated the CMT-I was in 80%, the men presented a greater tendency to the surgery in 78% in the women’s comparison in 67%. Among the 19-27 years the patient with CMT does have tendency to be operated in 81%. Did The age beginning of the symptomatology go to the 7.3 years; if the symptomatology appears among 1 to 4 years tendency it exists to be operated in 83%; if in the family some sick person meets with CMT it spreads to be operated in 79% and those that don’t have sick relatives in 69%. Discussion and conclusion. according to this study they have bigger tendency to be operated the masculine patients with CMT-I, with beginning of their symptomatology early with family antecedents of CMT. Has worse presage the surgery in women with CMT-type II, with beginning of their symptomatology belatedly and without family antecedents of CMT.