Published in Blood Weekly, May 15th, 2008
"The NCB DF (R) combines conventional plating technique with polyaxial screw placement and angular stability. Prospective cohort study. A single level-1 trauma center. From May 2003 to December 2005, a total of 24 patients with periprosthetic femur fractures were treated. The NCB DF (R) femur plate was used in all cases. The average follow-up period was 12 months (3-31 months). Twelve patients had a periprosthetic fracture after total knee replacement (TKA) and 12 patients...
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