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Less Invasive Stabilisation System Plating for Distal Femoral Fractures
Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery
Purpose. To review the outcome of less invasive stabilisation system (LISS) plating for complex distal femoral fractures. Methods. Records of 6 men and 11 women who underwent LISS plating for complex distal femoral fractures from September 2001 to August 2005 were reviewed. One patient who died 12 months after surgery due to a cardiac problem was excluded. The mean age of the remaining patients was 61 years and the mean follow-up period was 12 months. Four patients, 3 of whom had opendoi:10.1177/230949900701500311 pmid:18162674 fatcat:a57pof2hezdvtkqvnqt6pwfd2i