Fixation of a split fracture of the lateral tibial plateau with a locking screw plate instead of cannulated screws would allow early weight bearing: a computational exploration

@article{Carrera2015FixationOA,
  title={Fixation of a split fracture of the lateral tibial plateau with a locking screw plate instead of cannulated screws would allow early weight bearing: a computational exploration},
  author={Ion Carrera and Pablo Eduardo Gelber and Gaetan Chary and M. A. Gonzalez-Ballester and Juan Carlos Monllau and J{\'e}r{\^o}me Noailly},
  journal={International Orthopaedics},
  year={2015},
  volume={40},
  pages={2163-2169}
}
To assess, with finite element (FE) calculations, whether immediate weight bearing would be possible after surgical stabilization either with cannulated screws or with a locking plate in a split fracture of the lateral tibial plateau (LTP). A split fracture of the LTP was recreated in a FE model of a human tibia. A three-dimensional FE model geometry of a human femur-tibia system was obtained from the VAKHUM project database, and was built from CT images from a subject with normal bone… CONTINUE READING
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