NCB-DF polyaxial vs LISS monoaxial plates in treatment of distal femur fractures
Mono- versus polyaxial locking plates in distal femur fractures: a prospective randomized multicentre clinical trialInt Orthop. 2014 Apr;38(4):857-63
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27 patients with a distal femur fracture were randomized to be treated with either the Non-Contact Bridging (NCB-DF) polyaxial plate or the Less Invasive Stabilizing System (LISS) monoaxial plate. The purpose of this study was to compare clinical/functional and radiographic outcome between to the two systems over the first postoperative year. Overall, differences in functional outcome were not sta...
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