Masquelet technique and osteomyelitis: innovations and literature review.

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Summary of "Masquelet technique and osteomyelitis: innovations and literature review."

Wide diaphyseal bone defects, above all those infected, encounter into Masquelet technique a suitable treatment. The two-step procedure allows the surgeon to eliminate the infected tissues and then to promote new bone formation. We analyzed the literature about the use of the induced membrane technique in osteomyelitis and the innovations recently suggested.


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Name: European review for medical and pharmacological sciences
ISSN: 2284-0729
Pages: 210-216


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