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Results of 32 patients of Inter Condylar Fractures of the Tibia, Femur and Humerus, treated by various methods, were evaluated. Tibial Condylar Fractures were the commonest. 68.75 per cent of all cases were managed conservatively and 31.25 per cent were managed operatively. Cast brace was used in 50 per cent cases after the primary conservative or operative management. Conservative modes of treatment gave better results. Early mobilization with or without cast brace always resulted in a functionally excellent or good joint though a very satisfactory radiological result was not always achieved.