Locked Plating : Biomechanics and Biology

  title={Locked Plating : Biomechanics and Biology},
  author={Kyle F. Dickson and John W. Munz},
Since the early ideas of internal fixation, many different concepts and techniques have been developed for the use in fracture surgery. Each technique has been welcomed by many with excitement while others have suggested caution, locked plating is no exception. Since its advent over 15 years ago many have viewed this as a violation of the strict AO principles of anatomic reduction and rigid fixation. Others have looked at it as an extension of the blade plate (single locked plate), that is, an… CONTINUE READING
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