Published in Surgery Litigation and Law Weekly, July 11th, 2008
"Eight pairs of human cadaveric legs were divided into two groups, both of which had midshaft fibular osteotomies and disruption of all ligamentous support up to the osteotomy level. In Group I, the left legs were fixed with only a 3.5-mm tricortical syndesmotic screw. In Group II, the right legs received this...
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