# 3. Star Paper - Coronal Plane Deformity (Cpd) Article By Mann

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• 1.

### The coronal plane deformity study evaluated:

• A.

Retrospective review of 130 patients with CPD

• B.

130 consecutive patients, 43 had > of 10 degrees CPD

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Prospective analysis of 130 patients, 43 had >10 degrees CPD

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130 non-consecutive patients, 43 had >10 degrees CPD

B. 130 consecutive patients, 43 had > of 10 degrees CPD
Explanation
The correct answer is "130 consecutive patients, 43 had > of 10 degrees CPD". This answer suggests that the study evaluated a group of 130 patients who were selected in a consecutive manner, meaning that they were included in the study in the order they presented. Out of these 130 patients, 43 had a coronal plane deformity (CPD) of more than 10 degrees. This information indicates that the study focused on a specific group of patients with CPD and provides a clear understanding of the population being analyzed.

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• 2.

### The average talar coronal plane alignment in the study:

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Decreased from 17.9 degrees to 4.7 degrees

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Decreased from 29.7 degrees to 4.7 degrees

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Increased from 4.7 degrees to 17.9 degrees

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Decreased from 12.7 degrees to 4.7 degrees

A. Decreased from 17.9 degrees to 4.7 degrees
Explanation
The average talar coronal plane alignment in the study decreased from 17.9 degrees to 4.7 degrees.

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### STAR was found to be effective in treating patients with:

• A.

Moderate (10 to 19 degrees) coronal plane ankle deformity

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Severe (20 degrees or higher) coronal plane ankle deformity

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Severe coronal plane ankle deformity less than 25 degrees

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Options A and B

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Options A and C

D. Options A and B
Explanation
STAR was found to be effective in treating patients with moderate (10 to 19 degrees) coronal plane ankle deformity and severe (20 degrees or higher) coronal plane ankle deformity. This means that the STAR treatment has shown positive results in patients with both moderate and severe coronal plane ankle deformities, making options A and B the correct answer.

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### To correct coronal plane deformity (CPD) in the current study: Deltoid ligament release was found to be necessary for all patients with CPD

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Deltoid ligament release was found to be necessary for all patients with CPD

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Additional procedures were not required for CPD < 25 degrees

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Additional procedures were required for CPD > 25 degrees

• D.

Options A, B and C

• E.

Options B and C

B. Additional procedures were not required for CPD < 25 degrees
Explanation
The correct answer states that additional procedures were not required for CPD < 25 degrees. This suggests that for patients with a coronal plane deformity (CPD) of less than 25 degrees, only deltoid ligament release was necessary to correct the deformity. This implies that CPD < 25 degrees can be effectively treated with just the deltoid ligament release procedure, without the need for any additional procedures.

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