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Year : 1980  |  Volume : 14  |  Issue : 1  |  Page : 87-93

Single Bone Leg



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V. P Bansal


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Filling up segmental defects in the continuity of long bones still poses a great challenge to an orthopaedic surgeon such defects could be either due to resection of segment of diseased bone or due to non-union with segmental loss or may be due to absence of part of bone. Bridging a defect in a long bone, especially weight bearing bone like tibia is difficult technically and union afterwards is indolent. The fibula of the affected side is transplanted to bridge the gap in such a situation to reconstruct a single bone leg, which is also called tibialisation of fibula. This paper reviews the follow up of 4 cases of reconstruction of single bone leg.


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