Twelve intact dogs referred for simple transverse diaphyseal
fractures of long bones such as femur, tibia, humerus and radius were randomly assigned to each group.
The simpler and more complex proximal, diaphyseal
, and distal fractures were "3 1 A1" (n=1), "3 1 C1" (n=1), "3 2 A1" (n=11), "3 2 C3" (n=1), "3 3 A1" (n=24), and "3 3 C2" (n=2), respectively.
The clinical cases of different types of diaphyseal
femur fractures were treated with dynamic compression plating technique were subjected to weight bearing (functional out come and lameness grading) and radiography.
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The smaller system may reduce the problems associated with seating the half-pin in the proximal radius and may expand the use of the MIRIS to include diaphyseal
long bone fractures in small dogs, as well as certain metaphyseal fractures which afford a limited area of bone for seating the half-pin.
The main inclusion criterion was a both-bone diaphyseal
forearm fracture that required IMN.
While caution is certainly recommended when inferring loading history from diaphyseal
shape and rigidity (Lieberman et al.
Management of open diaphyseal
fractures of tibia treated by naseer awais external fixator.
Although the study was a case-control study comparing AFFs with TFSF, the number of the case group was only 13 and the fracture locations were not the same in the case group (i.e., 7 subtrochanteric and 6 diaphyseal
This reduces the stress shielding in cancellous bone compared to initial uncemented titanium tibial tray with reduction in the interface shear stress of cancellous diaphyseal
In revision THA surgeries, distally fixed, extensively porous-coated femoral stems are often used to achieve a solid initial diaphyseal