Computational Biomechanical Analysis of Postoperative Calcaneal Fractures with Different Placement of the Sustentaculum Screw.

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Summary of "Computational Biomechanical Analysis of Postoperative Calcaneal Fractures with Different Placement of the Sustentaculum Screw."

To evaluate the computational biomechanical analysis of intra-articular calcaneal fractures with different fixation status of the sustentaculum plate screw, when the finite element modeling of calcaneal fractures were fixed by the lateral locking plate.


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Name: Orthopaedic surgery
ISSN: 1757-7861


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