Results of lapidus arthrodesis and locked plating with early weight bearing.

Abstract

In the endeavor toward Lapidus fusion, the authors have studied a new application of locked plating for the first tarsometatarsal joint. The goal was to assess the time to fusion, time to ambulation, rate of delayed union/nonunion, rate of revision, and need for hardware removal following the use of locked-plate technology in the fusion of the first… (More)
DOI: 10.1177/1938640009348389

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@article{Sorensen2009ResultsOL, title={Results of lapidus arthrodesis and locked plating with early weight bearing.}, author={Matthew D. Sorensen and Christopher F Hyer and Gregory C. Berlet}, journal={Foot & ankle specialist}, year={2009}, volume={2 5}, pages={227-33} }