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Tibia Fracture Menu:


Head Injury Cranio-Maxillary-Facial Injuries Cervical Spine Clavicle Fractures Shoulder Shoulder Spine Humerus Humerus Elbow Joint Elbow Joint Radius Radius Ulna / Ulnar Shaft Ulna / Ulnar Shaft Wrist Wrist Pelvic Pelvic Hand Hand Sacrum and Sacral Pelvic Hip Joint Hip Joint Femoral Shaft Femoral Shaft Knee Joint  Tibia / Tibia Frx Ankle Joint Orthopaedic Foot Orthopaedic Foot
  
              Frx Treatment Methods:               (Synthes
                        Casting of Tibial Fractures
                        External Fixators
                        Plating of Tibial Fractures:
                        Intramedullary Nails for Tibial Fracture: 

               Amputation following Fractures of the Tibia
               Blood Supply
               Blounts Disease
               Bone Grafting for Tibial Fracture
               Bowing of Tibia:
                       - Anterolateral Bowing:
                       - Posteromedial Tibial Bowing:
               Casting of Tibial Fractures 
               Compartment Syndrome following Tibial Fx
               Congenital Pseudarthrosis
               Flaps for the Tibia:
               Indications for Internal Fixation
               Intercondylar Eminence Frx
               Infections in Fractures of the Tibia:
               Lengthening of the Tibia
               Malunion of the Tibia
               Mangled Extremity Severity Score
               Non Unions
               Open Fractures of the Tibia (classification)
               Pediatric Tibial Fracture
               Pilon Frx:
               Plateau Fractures:
               Posterolateral Bone Grafting:
               Prognosis of Tibial Fractures
               Pseudoarthrosis of the Tibia:
               References for Tibial Injury
               Shin Splints:
               Stress Frx:
               Surgical Approaches to the Tibia
               Tibial Defects
               Tibial Hemimelia
               Triplane Fracture
               Tubercle Frx
               Tumors of the Proximal Tibia
               Vascular Injuries from Tibial Fractures;
               X ray features 

   










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Clifford Roberts Wheeless III MD
Orthopaedic Specialists of North Carolina





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

Last updated by Clifford R. Wheeless, III, MD on Monday, September 1, 2014 7:23 am

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