External Fixation

External fixation is a surgical treatment used to stabilize bone and soft tissues at a distance from the operative or injury focus. They provide unobstructed access to the relevant skeletal and soft tissue structures for their initial assessment and also for secondary interventions needed to restore bony continuity and a functional soft tissue cover. It is an alternative to internal fixation , where the components used to provide stability are positioned entirely within the patient's body.

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