Demystifying the status of fracture healing using tomosynthesis: A case report

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Abstract

Radiography is the most common imaging method for assessing the progress of fracture healing. However, accurate assessment may be confounded by fracture complexity in which a combination of anatomic overlay and hypertrophic callous can be visually misleading. We present just such an instance in which delayed fracture healing was further elucidated using tomosynthesis.

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Roth, E. S., Ha, A. S., & Chew, F. S. (2015). Demystifying the status of fracture healing using tomosynthesis: A case report. Radiology Case Reports, 10(3), 22–26. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.radcr.2015.06.011

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