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OTA 2019: No difference in outcomes between AIBG and cement in tibial plateau fracture bone defects

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November 2019

OTA 2019: No difference in outcomes between AIBG and cement in tibial plateau fracture bone defects

Vol: 8| Issue: 11| Number:3| ISSN#: 2564-2537
Study Type:Therapy
OE Level Evidence:N/A
Journal Level of Evidence:N/A

Autologous Iliac Bone Graft versus Biphasic Hydroxyapatite/Calcium Sulfate Cement for Treatment of Bone Defects in Tibial Plateau Fractures: A Multicenter, Prospective, Randomized Clinical Trial

Contributing Authors:
Alex Hofmann Stanislav Gorbulev Paul Alfred Grützner Arndt P Schulz Rupert Schupfner M Raschke M van Griensven PM Rommens

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Bone graft substitutes are generally required in tibial plateau fractures. Previous studies have established calcium phosphate as superior to autogenous iliac crest bone graft (AIBG), at least in terms of subsidence. The authors in this study randomized 137 patients with AO 41-B2 and 41-B3 fractures to receiver either AIBG or a hydroxyapatite/calcium sulfate cement. Outcomes measured were the SF-1...

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