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1950 35
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1952 41
1953 42
1954 38
1955 40
1956 39
1957 37
1958 42
1959 33
1960 27
1961 27
1962 35
1963 33
1964 36
1965 14
1968 2
1970 25
1971 94
1972 219
1973 291
1974 391
1975 334
1976 302
1977 302
1978 265
1979 255
1980 310
1981 322
1982 334
1983 365
1984 357
1985 402
1986 507
1987 583
1988 628
1989 675
1990 749
1991 864
1992 827
1993 885
1994 926
1995 761
1996 906
1997 968
1998 926
1999 900
2000 933
2001 1025
2002 1066
2003 1192
2004 1337
2005 1616
2006 1732
2007 1893
2008 2068
2009 2423
2010 2537
2011 2656
2012 2719
2013 2813
2014 3022
2015 2911
2016 2838
2017 2998
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2019 1567
2020 39
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Guidelines for the clinical application of the LCP
Gautier E and Sommer C. Injury 2003 - Review. PMID 14580987
The Locking Compression Plate (LCP), in combination with the LISS and the PHILOS, is part of a new plate generation requiring an adapted surgical technique and new thinking about commonly used concepts of internal fixation using plates. ...
The Locking Compression Plate (LCP), in combination with the LISS and the PHILOS, is part of a new plate generation requiring an adapted sur …
Internal anterior fixators for pelvic ring injuries: Do monaxial pedicle screws provide more stiffness than polyaxial pedicle screws?
Eagan M, et al. Injury 2015. PMID 25697857
OBJECTIVES: Little is known about the mechanical properties of internal anterior fixators (known as INFIX), which have been proposed as subcutaneous alternatives to traditional anterior external fixators for pelvic ring disruptions. ...No significant difference was noted between polyaxial INFIX and external fixators (mean stiffness, 6.21 N/mm ± 0.40 SD; p=.65). ...
OBJECTIVES: Little is known about the mechanical properties of internal anterior fixators (known as INFIX), which have been pr …
Flexible fixation and fracture healing: do locked plating 'internal fixators' resemble external fixators?
Schmal H, et al. J Orthop Trauma 2011 - Review. PMID 21248555
External and internal fixators use bone screws that are locked to a plate or bar to prevent periosteal compression and associated impairment of blood supply. ...Locked plating "internal fixators" allow a combination of biomechanical principles such as buttressing and dynamic compression. ...
External and internal fixators use bone screws that are locked to a plate or bar to prevent periosteal compression and associa …
[Biomechanics and Clinical Applications of Crosslinks]
Wang Z, et al. Zhongguo Yi Xue Ke Xue Yuan Xue Bao 2018 - Review. PMID 29978803 Chinese. Free article.
Crosslinks belong to the pedicle screw internal fixation system. However,whether they can provide stable internal fixation remains controversial. In this article we review the origin/development,design/types,and clinical applications of crosslinks and evaluate the biomechanical function of crosslinks in the whole internal fixation system....
Crosslinks belong to the pedicle screw internal fixation system. However,whether they can provide stable internal fixation rem …
[Patellar fractures]
Pesch S, et al. Unfallchirurg 2019. PMID 30783710 German.
Fixation of Anterior Pelvic Ring Injuries
Wojahn RD and Gardner MJ. J Am Acad Orthop Surg 2019 - Review. PMID 30889037
The subcutaneous internal fixator provides a good option for obese patients in whom external fixation would be poorly tolerated. ...
The subcutaneous internal fixator provides a good option for obese patients in whom external fixation would be poorly tolerated. ...
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