Asked 24th Apr, 2020
Can pixel density of callus in fraturec union xrays can be used quqntify bone union ?
we take a XRay in a conservative treatement u see callus and decide its united
when u do plate osteisynthesis when there is no callus how to decide if there is a gap due to commuintion and whther the pixel densith in a x-ray can be used to decide there is caluus formation or bone formation or not?
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