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Screws and Plates and Their Application

  • J. Schatzker

Abstract

Screws are used either to fasten plates or similar devices onto bone, or, as lag screws, to hold together fragments of bone.

Keywords

Guide Wire Kirschner Wire Screw Hole Drill Guide Dynamic Condylar Screw 
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