Fracture Repair

@inproceedings{Sfeir2014FractureR,
  title={Fracture Repair},
  author={Charles S Sfeir and Lawrence Ho and Bruce A. Doll and Kodi K. Azari and Jeffrey O. Hollinger},
  year={2014}
}
The economic impact of musculoskeletal conditions in the United States represents $126 billion. Bone fracture repairs are among the most commonly performed orthopedic procedures; about 6.8 million come to medical attention each year in the United States (1). Advances through research and enhanced understanding of fracture repair have enabled orthopedic surgeons to provide patients with many treatment options and improved outcome. In this chapter we will review the current knowledge of fracture… CONTINUE READING
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