Philip J Kregor

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BACKGROUND Locked plating has become popular and has clear biomechanical advantages when compared with conventional plating. When combined with minimally invasive surgical techniques, locked plating may cause substantially less iatrogenic tissue damage when compared with conventional plating. These characteristics may make locked plating an attractive(More)
BACKGROUND The results for nonunion surgery usually have been judged in terms of bony union, time to union, infection rate, range of motion for the adjacent joints, and muscle strength. The goal of this study was to assess the improvement of patient-oriented physical and mental functional outcomes. METHODS The functional status of 23 patients with(More)
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