Tetsuya Nemoto

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BACKGROUND Double-tiered subchondral support (DSS) procedure is two-row fixation in which proximal screws support the dorsal subchondral bone, whereas distal screws support the volar central subchondral bone, using the volar variable-angle locking plate to achieve better anatomical reduction. We examined whether DSS improves clinical outcome, complication(More)
In the discussion section, eighth sentence of the first paragraph should read as: ''In our study, though there were no significant differences in clinical outcomes, we identified a significant reduction in final VT, UV, and change in VT''. Open Access This article is distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License which permits any(More)
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