Distal tibia fracture in 40 years old male patient - A case report and review
Author(s): Karthik Charan
Abstract: Distal tibia fractures are challenging injuries. These fractures constitute less than 7% of all the tibial fracture and less than 10% of all lower extremity fractures. We reported a case of distal tibia fracture in 40 years old male patient treated with MIPPO.
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