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This is a pre-surgical video which describes rotationplasty, who the procedure is appropriate for and possible complications. This video depicts the process of being fitted for a prosthesis and learning to use it. The patient describes her active and satisfying life after rotationplasty, her emotions and the process of adjusting to living with a prosthesis.
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Dannie - (1 день назад)
at 2:00 it looks like her prosthetic is very short - her gait is affected, wouldn't that cause problems in her hip joints?
Diego Omar Guzman Aguilar (6 месяцев назад)
Weirdest!! thing ive ever seen dude
unknown (7 месяцев назад)
I dont think the ability to walk right has anything to do with fishing
Bhavani Yallavula (7 месяцев назад)
This is amazing but why should the feet is rotated instead of putting straight..?
de0509 (9 месяцев назад)
How Id imagine such a life change would like when you realize mid game that your friends played a prank by changing a few of the controls
junbh2 (2 года назад)
It looks like her knees are at different heights now. Does that not cause any problems?
Diego Alberto García (2 года назад)
I think she now can't sleep face up, that will be uncomfortable.
Johnny (2 года назад)
but it doesn't take any special training to sleep on my stomach or on my back. i don't get why it would be any different
Marko Medić (2 года назад)
There are regular streching exercises after surgery, she can sleep in supine position, i.e. on her back.
Johnny (2 года назад)
when you sleep face down, is it impossible? no. the same principle applies
junbh2 (2 года назад)
I think it's probably OK... If she walks using her ankle as a knee, she must be very used to having it stretched out straight a lot of the time
VAR Vadasza (2 года назад)
what the fuckkk
Sol (2 года назад)
Yeah, she even said that she can do things she wants to do.
Johnny (2 года назад)
it's better than nothing
is da vog (2 года назад)
i was sold on this until i saw her running. not as impressive as i initially thought
Ahmad Chazgawa (4 месяца назад)
hey shanna! im developing a below-knee prosthetic leg and I want to incorporate as many solutions to the problems faced by amputees in it as possible. Will you help me by getting in contact and listing out what issues you face while using prosthetics?
Shanna Decker (7 месяцев назад)
I need a running leg with ankles that have proper spring to run well. I have one now but insurance doesn't pay for one of those. Prosthetics are not real limbs, unfortunately.
Sheena K (11 месяцев назад)
She had part of her leg removed, and another attached backwards, amd now she can run. What's not impressive about that?
Christina Koontz (1 год назад)
Edward Bliffin (2 года назад)
That is amazing
Tsubahi (2 года назад)
Daniel Sadjadi (3 месяца назад)
If you think that is "creepy" then how do you think the people who ACTUALLY have it feel? Your opinion is meaningless.
TIRO MMOPELWA (2 года назад)
Shana you are amazing....Great outlook towards life wish you all the best
John Doe (2 года назад)
This is so cool haha, especially when she was walking into the pool
Hisoka (2 года назад)
that's awesome !
Timothy Sagehorn (3 года назад)
If this works on me I will be very pleased. If it doesn't, we just end up with the amputation anyway. Nothing to lose when we try it!
miniprizes (1 год назад)
I know this is a bit late, but I hope everything goes well!
Timothy Sagehorn (1 год назад)
Hi Yami Art. Yes the e.g. is still there and we are preparing for next major surgery to remove the titanium cage that is still wrapped around my right femur. You can learn a bit more here if you wish. https://www.caringbridge.org/visit/timsagehorn
Yami Art (1 год назад)
Sage Guy so do you still have your leg or not? If it's an infection it must be terrible by the time now, or did it heal?
Timothy Sagehorn (1 год назад)
Never tried it so far
never happened (1 год назад)
Are you alive? How did it go?
Mujangga (3 года назад)
How do you fuck a girl like that?
Johnny (2 года назад)
"just sex" is what happens during a rape! "just sex" is what goes on during prostitution! it's a big deal if it can also be illegal (went off on a tangent)
David Koval (2 года назад)
lot of sensitive people in this thread. it's just sex.
Ash Tree (2 года назад)
None of your business in knowing really
Johnny (2 года назад)
It's not something you should worry about, being that you'll never fuck someone with this condition. possibly not anyone else for that matter.
David Koval (2 года назад)
+Tixylixx with what attitude? he asked a question.
AsLan's Girl (3 года назад)
Wow, that is truly amazing!!! I can't believe I never heard of this before and just came across it by chance while researching "bone cancer". I'm surprised we don't see more amputees having had this done for them.
Michael's TrueFriend (3 года назад)
Izcwill rock this surgery! Poo will be dead & ♥ our amazing little girl will be back to her happy self! thank you for sharing this information! This is absolutely amazing! God bless sweetie! You leep that big sis sprite! Much love!
Bucky (3 года назад)
what the fuck
Distortzz (4 года назад)
love this procedure never had a pt be disappointed by this procedure.
ashewandzz (4 года назад)
Thank you for this video. I'm getting a rotationplasty in just under two weeks for osteosarcoma, and this video has been so reassuring to my small children. It's so hard to explain this surgery, and this video does such a wonderful job.
Tia delva (7 месяцев назад)
Hi How did it go my son had rotating plasty on Dec 11 2017 and we're still going thru the motions because he hasn't gotten his prosthetic yet
Chinamoon (1 год назад)
ashewandzz how did it go? any update?
Shanna Decker (4 года назад)
Hey all! Shanna Decker here - the girl from the video! Thought I'd answer some questions! Yes, I can move my toes just like normal! It was weird originally, but my body adjusted! The prosthetic is built to support my ankle and I do physical therapy to keep my leg strong for years. Thanks to everyone for the kind comments. :) Like my page on facebook and connect with me! Just search my name! :)
Anp (1 год назад)
Thank you for answering our curious questions! This is a really neat procedure. Do you have sensation in the toes?
kingofallwhites (3 года назад)
You're cute. :) Is it tricky clipping your toenails?
el scientifico (4 года назад)
I think you have a wonderful spark of life (and beautiful sloe eyes that'd be nice to see laughing!)
ashewandzz (4 года назад)
+sdrawkcab190 Osteosarcoma, a type of bone cancer, is usually the reason. Many osteosarcomas are above or below the knee. Sometimes other bone cancers and congenital anomalies might lead to it as well.
sdrawkcab190 (4 года назад)
What was the reason for needing the rotationplasty in the first place?
Andy (5 лет назад)
You are beautiful.
Christina (5 лет назад)
My uncle has the same withouth the ankle
Rektspresso (1 год назад)
Christina uhh, that would just be an amputation...
Christina (5 лет назад)
I know how it's like I know how it's like!
Bret K (5 лет назад)
I wonder if it feels like she is just bending a normal knee or If it really feels like she is bending her ankle
S.K.Y.E (4 месяца назад)
As of me having one, it feels like your ankle but you don’t notice that you are moving it
MixO saM (5 месяцев назад)
bending her ankle for sure, it takes time to adapt tho
Shanna Decker (5 лет назад)
The major nerves and blood vessels at Mayo Clinic are just coiled and left connected as they are. Other institutions cut the nerves and that may cause those nerves to not work as well, but Mayo Clinic keeps them intact.
nia ✿ (5 лет назад)
Since, like, a whole chunk of the leg is cut off, when that remaining is put together with the other half of the leg, do the nerves in the leg like, fuse together so that the leg works normaly??
nia ✿ (5 лет назад)
No I don't. I came here out of curiousity. It's really interesting. It's pretty amazing what surgeons can do these days.
Tessa May (5 лет назад)
I came out of surgery saying they didn't do anything the 13 hours I was in there! lol it literally felt like nothing had been done! I am so glad I got it though!!! saved my life :) do u need one?
nia ✿ (5 лет назад)
Was it like weird at first? How did it feel?
Tessa May (5 лет назад)
i had a rotationplasty on July 11th 2012 on my left leg... it is truely a miracle working surgery :)
TheHumanSuitcase (5 лет назад)
Yeah, osteosarcoma. The leading cause of child bone cancer.
DannyInCanada (5 лет назад)
my guess is that it has to do with the growth rates.
TaoEmenka (5 лет назад)
I am aware that this is a treatment when the bone has had to be removed due to cancer.
황수진 (5 лет назад)
대박!^^ 수술 좋아.
PrinceHollis (5 лет назад)
Even doe she have this problem don't stop her from being sexy, she's still as sexy and pretty to me if it had not even happened.
Shanna Decker (5 лет назад)
Search 'Shanna Decker' to find the young lady in the video on facebook, twitter, or google for her website!
jinapple (5 лет назад)
This procedure may be done in bone cancers such as osteosarcoma when surgeons want to preserve as much of the leg as possible.
Shanna Decker (6 лет назад)
Only minor adjustment needed! Most of the time when the surgery is done, the major nerves and blood vessels are not cut, and therefore the brain knows how to re-wire and learn to move the ankle properly when fitted with a prosthetic!
Shanna Decker (6 лет назад)
Sometimes they do do it for older people - it is definitely just circumstance based, as well as depends on the availability of surgeons who can do the procedure.
Camille Noone (6 лет назад)
Why don't they do that for older people? I'm 17 and if I had to be amputated I would definetly prefer the rotationplasty!
canadiankid90 (6 лет назад)
Simply amazing though I am curious about the adjustment of one's body and brain now using one's ankle as a knee.
bdevine12 (6 лет назад)
lurker782 (6 лет назад)
so they could make the video.
andyweuling (6 лет назад)
my knee feels weak from watching this
0987654a5 (6 лет назад)
0:51 To emulate a joint for a prothesis.
MistaaSilky (6 лет назад)
This is pretty interesting but at the same time pretty sketch..
NootnamedLoL (6 лет назад)
"For educational aid only"
ayy (6 лет назад)
Usually bone cancer or cell death in the leg.
omaima fathy (6 лет назад)
اللهم اعف عنا اللهم اشف كل مريض
Andrew Stewart (6 лет назад)
I guess so, but it's pretty clear in the beginning of the video, and in the description, that this is intended as an informative video for patients considering the surgery.
KillSwitch05 (6 лет назад)
That's a buff calf right there, body builders mirin!
Jamal Deemer (6 лет назад)
Wow, I can't believe that actually works.
cinderdork (6 лет назад)
this is absolutely awesome
chickensaurusrex711 (6 лет назад)
wouldn't your foot get sore? wtf lol there is alot of nerve endings in the foot
Seffitify (6 лет назад)
Mayo, its good for you!
btyson2 (6 лет назад)
@samiamred bone cancer mostly grows next to the knee, so they can either ampulate the entire leg below the knee, or do this, which allows the person to still have mobility where their knee use to be.
wat (6 лет назад)
Pies Efenuły (6 лет назад)
@samiamred because jews
Emma Jackson (6 лет назад)
:S I know someone who is getting this done.
Austin Salgat (6 лет назад)
@samiamred Cancer among other issues that cause that section to be removed.
Iansane138 (6 лет назад)
I actually saw someone like this. Now, it all makes sense.
parradise jones (7 лет назад)
crazzyyyyyy. awesome.
papatooth1 (7 лет назад)
id hit
Ilovelamp (7 лет назад)
@samiamred because a part the knee joint and stuff was destroyed or had to be removed, so instead of using a fake leg they kept a joint in the body which people can control and it works better
pickupsomemilk (7 лет назад)
@samiamred The part of the leg that is removed is usually diseased with like a tumor or something
SuperMcEdd (7 лет назад)
A-M-A-Z-I-N-G!!!!! ..
Carlos Daniel Albores Sotelo (7 лет назад)
que fregon
kkklukin (7 лет назад)
oh my god :-O
MrBubblesAndCo (7 лет назад)
@samiamred its cool!!!
sambo734 (7 лет назад)
@joshuabrunner0075 Ah right, and sorry to hear you caught cancer. But I don't understand why the knee has to be removed, was it some sort of cancer in the knee? What type of cancer did you have if you don't mind me asking?
sambo734 (7 лет назад)
Why do people need this done?? :S Is it if their knee joint doesn't work or somet. Becuase if not, then this is weird...
Rob Carter (7 лет назад)
@1hmm2 That's funny... a religious person attempting to use the scientific method to justify religion. The entire central dogma of religion (believing without evidence) flies completely in the opposite direction of science. And sure, lots of missionaries go out and help people in developing nations... they also take advantage of them and push their beliefs on them, trying to wipe out whatever traditional beliefs they may have had.
yuriythebest (7 лет назад)
@Atafect I don't care how impressive this is I'm getting out my flamethrower
Brotherbaylon (7 лет назад)
mochajavatriscuit (7 лет назад)
@BrocTheMagnifico i think it's supposed to be an obvious given here, though they did not choose to cover it, that she HAD to have the midsection of her leg removed. it's not a procedure done for giggles. bone cancer, for instance, might require such action to ensure complete removal of the affected tissue.
Quoth Zeronine (7 лет назад)
I expect more from the people asking why it was done, this is the internet people, there are such things as searches, though I have to agree that this video is confusing in the fact it does not explain why this would have to be done. From the website I found in 1 second after doing a search for rotationplasty: Children diagnosed with osteosarcoma or Ewing’s sarcoma in their distal femur are usually given three surgical options: complete amputation, limb-salvage, or rotationplasty.
Gopfs (7 лет назад)
1:59 so inspiring, great woman!
Max Love (7 лет назад)
omg what happen to her leg!! AH! I never want to lose a body part!!!
aimlessfaces (7 лет назад)
@BrocTheMagnifico dude i just laughed so hard. oh man that's terrible but thanks.
XerxesOmicron (7 лет назад)
@BrocTheMagnifico if you didn't cut off their leg, they may develop gangrene and die. or their cancer may spread to the rest of the body. dumb comment.
elevate111 (7 лет назад)
DJ MGQ (7 лет назад)
@FoamingGypsy according to her, it feels exactly the same as normal "Not at all. During the operation they left the entire nerve intact so after it, moving my foot was the same as before. They actually got me to wriggle my toes as soon as I woke up to check that it was all ok. I was quite suprised that it felt completly normal."
Jack Tindal (7 лет назад)
@BrocTheMagnifico They said "the healthy lower leg" so their options are Rotationplasty or an amputation.
robynbird28 (7 лет назад)
Ok, I'm sorry, maybe I'm missing something, but why in the hell would you do this?!
ForceUser (7 лет назад)
Sylvanas Windrunner (7 лет назад)
@Baldurpet its pretty clear she meant a divine blessing.. which is BS.
Baldurpet (7 лет назад)
@fr3d420 bless·ing —noun a special favor, mercy, or benefit: the blessings of liberty. "A patient referred to a beneficial surgical procedure as a blessing?! I must post angry comments on YouTube telling people that it wasn't thanks to God and that religion is fake-ass bullshit!!1! Rabble rabble rabble"
Barbary Stoutsmn (7 лет назад)
Man this is awesome but I know my friends and I would have called this girl something stupid like backwards-leg-girl. I'm stupid just like my friends.
AzizVikram (7 лет назад)
@fr3d420 Bro, why u so mad?
mhenke10 (7 лет назад)
@shoegazer666 It's not fake. It's real. Look up other videos on youtube with kids that have it.
shoegazer666 (7 лет назад)
wootyeah222 (7 лет назад)
omg this sounds extreme. what if in ten years they come up with something so much better/efficient/healthier than this? you have no chance of recieving that care that you deserve because you already had this procedure!
Michael Boopplay (7 лет назад)
Man, this is so wierd but its so cool too
Valkyrio (7 лет назад)
@LadyRelena000 This is an alternative to complete amputation. I've gotta say, your comment is very 4chan.
Elku (7 лет назад)
@LadyRelena000 Rotationplasty is an operative procedure where a portion of a limb is removed, while the remaining limb below the involved portion is rotated and reattached. This procedure is used when a portion of an extremity is injured or involved with a disease, such as cancer. The operation is also called a Van-ness rotation. Source: Wikipedia
MingkMT (7 лет назад)
@BrocTheMagnifico No you idiot, this clearly is better then a normal leg and obviously performs better! Its a god damned foot, replacing a god damned knee. IT JUST MAKES SENSE! /s Again, you're an idiot.
Lucy (7 лет назад)
OD533 (7 лет назад)
RULE 34.

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