Traumatic Allogenic Bone Implantation

Suzuki, Arnold; Nouh, Fred; Soeharno, Henry; Jansen, Stuart
April 2009
European Journal of Trauma & Emergency Surgery;Apr2009, Vol. 35 Issue 2, p190
Academic Journal
Traumatic allogenic bone implantation is becoming increasingly common in the setting of road trauma and suicide bombings. We present a unique case where a large bony fragment from one individual became embedded in the arm of another person following a “head-on” collision involving two motorbikes. Several management issues are outlined.


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