Tibial Plateau Compression Fracture And Osteoarthritis

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The tibia is the second longest bone of the skeleton, located at the medial side of the leg. It articulates with the fibula laterally, the talus distally, and the femur proximally, forming part of the knee joint. It attaches to the ligament of the patella and to various muscles, including the popliteus and the flexor digitorum longus. It also is called the shin bone.

The tibia is fractured more frequently than any other long bone. Fractures of the tibia and fibula can occur anywhere along the...

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