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Principles of intramedullary nailing 

Principles of intramedullary nailing
Principles of intramedullary nailing

David Noyes

and John McMaster

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date: 26 May 2022

Intramedullary nailing provides the trauma surgeon with a biologic solution to the stabilization of both simple and complex long bone fractures

An appreciation of the biomechanics and the technical difficulties is essential.

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