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Page: Closed Tibial Shaft Fractures
Introduction Closed tibial fractures are the most common long bone fractures, resulting in 77,000 hospitalizations and 825,000 office visits per year.1  Data indicate a bimodal distribution, with spor…
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Page: In Brief - Closed Tibial Shaft Fractures
Introduction Fractures of the tibial shaft are the most common long bone fractures, with an incidence of more than 75,000 per year in the US [1]; most of these fractures are found in young males (thou…
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Page: Posteromedial bowing of the tibia
Introduction Posteromedial bowing of the tibia is a unilateral lower extremity deformity present at birth. It is characterized by varying degrees of apex medial and apex posterior deformity of the tib…
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Page: Radiographic Anatomy of Adult Ankle
Anteroposterior 1. Fibula 2. Tibia 3. Distal tibiofibular joint 4. Malleolar fossa 5. Lateral malleolus 6. Ankle joint 7. Medial malleolus 8. Talus Lateral 1. Fibula 2. Tibia 3. Ankle joint 4. Promont…
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Page: Radiographic Anatomy of Adult Knee
Anteroposterior 1. Femur 2. Patella 3. Medial epicondyle of femur 4. Lateral epicondyle of femur 5. Medial condyle of femur 6. Lateral condyle of femur 7. Intercondylar eminence 8. Intercondylar notch…
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Page: Radiographic Anatomy of Adult Lower Leg
Anteroposterior 1. Femur 2. Medial condyle of femur 3. Lateral condyle of femur 4. Knee joint 5. Intercondylar eminence 6. Lateral condyle of tibia 7. Medial condyle of tibia 8. Fibula 9. Tibia 10. He…
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Page: Radiographic Anatomy of Pediatric Lower Leg

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Page: Tibia
Name of bone Tibia Location/Articulation The tibia, also known as the shinbone or shankbone, is the larger and stronger of the two bones in the leg below the knee, and it connects to the knee with the…
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Page: Tibial Osteotomy - Indications, Technique, Outcomes

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Page: Tibial plateau
The tibial plateau is a critical weight-bearing area located on the upper extremity of the tibia. It is composed of two slightly concave condyles (medial condyle and lateral condyle) separated by an i…
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