Successful Immediate Re-implantation of an Extruded Femoral Segment: a Case Report

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Fansa, A.M., Paull, D. & Ebraheim, N. Successful Immediate Re-implantation of an Extruded Femoral Segment: a Case Report. HSS Jrnl 12, 182–185 (2016). https://doi.org/10.1007/s11420-015-9482-4

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Keywords

  • trauma
  • femur
  • extruded bone
  • re-implantation