Principles of NonUnion Management(Article Review)

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Ali Taha Hassan ALAzzawi


A “non-union” is a fracture of a bone induced either by trauma or surgery which fails to progress to union within a reasonable time span. Defining healing times is difficult. A diaphyseal tibial fracture, for example, may heal in 10 weeks or twelve months depending on endogenous and exogenous factors which in turn are modulated by the effects of surgery

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Ali Taha Hassan ALAzzawi. (2021). Principles of NonUnion Management(Article Review). Annals of the Romanian Society for Cell Biology, 25(6), 792–806. Retrieved from