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Fig. 3. (A, B) A 68-year-old male who underwent opening wedge high tibial osteotomy with a type I fracture. (C) One month after surgery, the locking pin seemed not to have backed out and he could walk with full weight bearing without pain. (D) Two months after surgery, the center pin at the proximal plate backed out. (E, F) The proximal posterior screw was also detected to have backed out without correction loss at 15 months after surgery.
Knee Surgery & Related Research 2018;30:171~175 https://doi.org/10.5792/ksrr.17.034
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