Fracture nonunion etiology, diagnosis, and treatment: current understandings and approaches

Fracture healing is a carefully orchestrated process that closely resembles embryonic skeletal development. In 5-10% of all fractures however this process arrests or is impeded, creating a nonunion of bone across the fracture site that severely complicates patient recovery at great economic cost. Th...

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Main Author: Reahl, George Bradley
Other Authors: Gerstenfeld, Louis C.
Published: 2019
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