neutralization plate

neu·tral·i·za·tion plate

a metal plate used for the internal fixation of a bone fracture to neutralize the forces producing displacement.
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neutralization plate

Orthopedics A plate designed to protect fracture surfaces from normal bending, rotation and axial loading force, often used with lag screws. See Plate.
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neu·tral·i·za·tion plate

(nū'trăl-ī-zā'shŭn plāt)
A metal plate used for the internal fixation of a long bone fracture to neutralize the forces producing displacement.
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Then, the NCB periprosthetic femur plate was placed as a neutralization plate (Figure 3).
Six hole of 3.5 LCP was used as a neutralization plate with lag screw application for oblique, dentate fracture in 1 animal.
We use 4.5 system DCP with cortical screws either as compression or as neutralization plate for the diaphyseal fractures of humerus.
These screws were inserted perpendicularly to the fracture plane, and the locking plate was adopted additionally as a neutralization plate [6].
Several distinguishing types and designs of plates according to their functional category are neutralization plates, buttress plates, compression plates, and bridge plates.