Minimally invasive percutaneous plates vs. intramedullary nailing in adult tibial fracture
Effect of minimally invasive percutaneous plates versus interlocking intramedullary nailing in tibial shaft treatment for fractures in adults: A meta-analysisClinics (Sao Paulo). 2014 Apr;69(4):234-40
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Data from 11 studies (n=734) (only one RCT) was pooled to investigate a superior modality of treating tibial fractures between minimally invasive percutaneous plates and intramedullary nailing. The evidence presented in this meta-analysis indicated that minimally invasive percutaneous plate fixation in adult patients suffering tibial fractures was superior to intramedullary nailing in terms of fra...
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