Bone On Bone Arthritis

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External fixation involves the use of pins through the bone attached to a steel rod outside the limb. External fixation is used primarily to stabilize transverse fractures.

Some limb fractures can be readily realigned by a physician and then firmly immobilized to allow healing, but complicated fractures may require surgery if the limb is to recover fully in both strength and sensitivity. Some fractures need the surgical application of traction. Surgery thus forms an essential part of fracture...

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