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Immediate versus delayed intramedullary nailing for open fractures of the tibial shaft: A multivariate analysis of factors affecting deep infection and fracture healing

Yokoyama Kazuhiko, Itoman Moritoshi, Uchino Masataka, Fukushima Kensuke, Nitta Hiroshi, Kojima Yoshiaki

Year : 2008| Volume: 42| Issue : 4 | Page no: 410-419

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