Definitive management of significant soft tissue loss associated with open diaphyseal fractures utilising circular external fixation without free tissue transfer, a comprehensive review of the literature and illustrative case


Accepted management of diaphyseal fractures associated with significant tissue loss is rigid intramedullary stabilisation with free or rotational musculocutaneous flap coverage. Circular external fixation is a powerful tool in the management of limb trauma and with recent advances has been developed to provide multiple techniques for which even massive… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00590-014-1441-0


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