Tibial Shaft Nonunion: Exchange Nailing
Tibial diaphyseal symptomatic aseptic nonunions.
Tibial diaphyseal asymptomatic aseptic nonunions (after consultation with the patient).
Tibial diaphyseal septic nonunions (temporary antibiotic-impregnated polymethylmethecrylate followed by permanent nail) (two-stage operation).
KeywordsPatellar Tendon Guide Wire Image Intensifier Screw Hole Nonunion Site
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