Author(s): Kameyama O, Ogawa R
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Abstract An 11-year-old child with pseudarthrosis of the radius associated with neurofibromatosis was treated by conventional bone graft. Five years after the operation, the pseudarthrosis united, but the grafted bone was slightly sclerotic and bowed. This article describes the clinical findings and postoperative results, and discusses the current surgical approaches in the treatment of pseudarthrosis of the radius.
This article was published in J Pediatr Orthop
and referenced in Journal of Clinical Case Reports