- Ankle Fractures 
      - Defects of the Fibula
      - Frx of the Proximal Fibula
      - Maisonneuve Fracture 
      - Technique of Fibular Harvest

Plating of the fibula. Its potential value as an adjunct to external fixation of the tibia.

Residual functional deficit after partial fibulectomy for bone graft.

Function following partial fibulectomy.

The effects of resection of the proximal part of the fibula on stability of the knee and on gait.

Biological and physical properties of autogenous vascularized fibular grafts in dogs.

Giant-cell tumors in the distal end of the radius. Treatment by resection and fibular autograft interpositional arthrodesis.

Fractures of the distal part of the fibula with associated disruption of the deltoid ligament. Treatment without repair of the deltoid ligament.

Complex non-union of the humeral diaphysis. Treatment with a medial approach, an anterior plate, and a vascularized fibular graft

Dual-fibular grafting for massive bone gaps in the lower extremity.

Magnetic resonance imaging of vascular anatomy before vascularized fibular grafting.

Free vascularised fibular grafts for congenital pseudarthrosis of the tibia.

The symptomatic os subfibulare. Avulsion fracture of the  fibula The symptomatic os subfibulare. Avulsion fracture of the fibula associated with recurrent instability of the ankle.

Donor site morbidity following resection of the fibula.

The blood supply of the osteocutaneous free fibular graft.

The reconstruction of defects in the femoral shaft with vascularized transfers of fibular bone.

Treatment of femoral neck fractures with a cancellous screw and fibular graft.

The osteocutaneous free fibular graft.

Free vascularized fibula grafting for the treatment of osteonecrosis of  the femoral head.

Biomechanical study on the load-bearing characteristics of the fibula and the effects of fibular resection.

Fibular nonunion after fixation of the tibia in lower leg fractures.

Use of a tourniquet in the internal fixation of fractures of the distal part of the fibula. A prospective, randomized trial.

Secondary Reconstruction after Vascularized Fibular Transfer.

Microvascular fibular grafts in skeleton reconstruction.

The "double barrel" free vascularized fibular bone graft.

Reconstruction of the humerus by soft tissue distraction and vascularized fibula transfer.

Correlation of postoperative bone scintigraphy with healing of vascularized fibula transfer: a clinical study.

Original Text by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD.

Last updated by Data Trace Staff on Monday, December 31, 2012 3:06 pm