Congenital Pseudarthrosis and Bowing of the Fibula

@inproceedings{JKrsaOS2005CongenitalPA,
  title={Congenital Pseudarthrosis and Bowing of the Fibula},
  author={B. J.Kr{\'a}saO.S. and D. C.AndrewL.BassettM.},
  year={2005}
}
The purpose of this paper is to describe experience with four children who presented with bowing or pseudarthrosis of the fibula. These children demonstrate a gradation in the severity and significance of this condition. There may be : 1) fibular bowing without fibular pseudarthrosis (Case 1); 2) fibular pseudarthrosis without ankle deformity (Case 2); 3) fibular pseudarthrosis with ankle deformity but without the late development of tibia! pseudarthrosis (Case 3) ; or 4) fibular pseudarthrosis… CONTINUE READING

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