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Part 2 must be considered only in the context of the information provided in part 1. The methods of external fixation by means of wire devices described below are based on the principles developed by Academician G.A. Ilizarov and the school of external fixation created by him. At the same time the manual presents alternative methods of combined external fixation (CEF) developed on the basis of the principles given in section 1.7.

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External Fixation Bone Fragment Pelvic Ring External Support Medullary Cavity 
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