PMID: 18705562Aug 19, 2008Paper

Treatment of acute distal femur fractures

Brett D CristYvonne M Murtha


An emphasis on indirect reduction techniques to restore limb alignment has improved the rate of fracture healing and decreased infection rates, fixation failure, and the need for bone grafting.


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