Correction of Longitudinal Epiphyseal Bracket Disease with External Fixation: A Case Report with 6-year Follow-up Period – Corrected Proof

Abstract: Longitudinal epiphyseal bracket disease is a rare congenital abnormality of the tubular bones. This syndrome eventually leads to progressive shortening and angular deformity of the involved bone. When longitudinal epiphyseal bracket disease affects the first metatarsal, a short trapezoidal shaped metatarsal is noted radiographically

Abstract: Longitudinal epiphyseal bracket disease is a rare congenital abnormality of the tubular bones. This syndrome eventually leads to progressive shortening and angular deformity of the involved bone. When longitudinal epiphyseal bracket disease affects the first metatarsal, a short trapezoidal shaped metatarsal is noted radiographically

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Correction of Longitudinal Epiphyseal Bracket Disease with External Fixation: A Case Report with 6-year Follow-up Period – Corrected Proof