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Journal of Evidence Based Medicine and Healthcare
BACKGROUND AND INTRODUCTION: Management of tibial plateau fractures had witnessed tremendous improvement in surgical techniques over the past decades. Conservative treatment of these fractures results in consistently poor results. The present literature supports that absolute anatomical reduction and stable fixation of peri articular fractures followed by early post-operative rehabilitation is crucial for good results. And if this is achieved by minimal damage to soft tissue the results aredoi:10.18410/jebmh/2015/519 fatcat:hdwnmukdxncsjbjuwddz5d37bu