Tibial shaft fractures are associated with the greatest number of complications when compared with other long bone fractures. Learn how to prevent these complications and be ready to treat them effectively when they occur. Each chapter presents case examples of complications including initial treatment, alternate revision procedures, which approach was ultimately chosen and why.Schmitz MA, Finnegan M, Natara- jan R, Champinc J: Effect of smoking on tibial shaft fracture healing. ... following operative management of fractures of the tibial Failure of Nonunion Repair Joseph Borrelli, Jr, MD Case Presentation ... Alternatively, some surgeons prefer to insert distal interlocks first, aquot;back slapaquot; the insertion device to compress the fracture ... Karladani AH, Granhed H, Karr- holm J, Styf J: The influence of fracture etiology and type on fracture healing: A review of 104anbsp;...
|Title||:||Tibial Shaft Fractures|
|Author||:||William M. Ricci|
|Publisher||:||Amer Academy of Orthopaedic - 2004-01-01|