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National Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics

2017, Vol. 1 Issue 1, Part A
To study the functional outcome of the fracture of proximal tibia and the duration of union in proximal tibial fracture treated with LCP
Author(s): Dr. Syeeduddin Kutbe and Dr. Ullas Mahesh
Abstract: Introduction: The knee joint is one of the three major weight bearing joints in the lower extremity. Fractures of proximal tibia that extend into the knee joint are termed as the tibial plateau or condylar fractures. Proximal tibial fractures are one of the commonest intra articular fractures, resulting from direct axial or indirect coronal compressive forces. Generally these injuries fall into two broad categories, high energy fractures and low energy fractures. It comprises 1% of all fractures.
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Dr. Syeeduddin Kutbe and Dr. Ullas Mahesh. To study the functional outcome of the fracture of proximal tibia and the duration of union in proximal tibial fracture treated with LCP. 2017; 1(1): 05-10