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Non-union of the Left Tibia with Additional Surgical Repairs
Non-union of the Left Tibia with Additional Surgical Repairs

This exhibit begins with one skeletal view of the left lower leg with originally placed Ender's rods shown in place. It is clear that the tibial fracture site has failed to completely heal.The key steps of the removal of Ender's rods, the harvest and placement of bone grafts from the iliac crest and the application of new hardware with extensive plating of the tibial shaft are depicted in two surgical images. The final image is based off of the post-operative x-ray.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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