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Fig. 2 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

Fig. 2

From: Augmentation of tibial plateau fractures with an injectable bone substitute: CERAMENT™. Three year follow-up from a prospective study

Fig. 2

X-rays follow-up at different steps. (a, b) The positioning of the bioceramic may been seen on the immediate post-operative frontal and sagittal x-rays; (c) On the same views at 1 month post-op there is no further evidence of radiocontrast of the bone cement indicating the washout of iohexol; (d) The remodeling process is now progressing. New bone appears well consolidated at 3 months

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