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Fractures of the femoral head
Femoral head fractures are rare injuries that occur most commonly from high-energy impacts, such as those seen in road traffic accidents. The traumatic nature of these injuries means that they are often associated with ...
Factors influencing fracture healing
Fracture is one of the commonest bone problems occurring as a result of injury in normal bone or as a consequence of bone weakening. It leads to morbidity and mortality in the young and old in particular in relation to hip ...
Asymptomatic non-union of capitate 14 years postfracture
We report the unusual complication of non-union 14 years following a capitate fracture in a right-hand dominant man. Our patient fell and sustained an injury to his left wrist 14 years ago. At that time he had a swollen ...