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Epiphyseal Transplantation: A CLINICAL STUDY.

Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery - American Volume: March 1966
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1. Eleven cases of autogenous epiphyseal transplantations to the hand and forearm are presented. In all cases, the epiphysis was transplanted as a free graft.

2. In one patient there was definite evidence of growth eight years after transplantation of a proximal phalanx. In two other cases, there was some evidence of growth two years after transplantation.

3. The reasons for success or failure following epiphyseal transplantation are not apparent. Continued investigation seems warranted.

Copyright 1966 by The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, Incorporated

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