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Clinical course, complication rate and outcome of segmental resection and distraction osteogenesis after chronic tibial osteitis.
Spiegl, U; Pätzold, R; Friederichs, J; Hungerer, S; Militz, M; Bühren, V;
Injury. 2013; 44(8): 1049-1056.
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Bühren Volker
Hungerer Sven


Radical segmental resection and subsequent distraction osteogenesis are considered the gold standard in the treatment of chronic tibial osteitis. We investigated the clinical course of treatment, particularly with respect to patients" quality of life, and the complication rate associated with this technique.

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