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Infected tibia defect. Unilateral half-pin frame, inadequate fragment fixation, limited capacity of defect elimination.
Improved fragment fixation and local antibacterial therapy
Deliberate recurvatum deformity to prevent extra soft tissue
Suturing tendons M. extensor digitorum L. and M. tibialis anterior
Gradually restoration of biomechanical axis with simultenius bone transport
Complete restoration of length and weight bearing capacity.
No sign of infection.
X-ray of tibia the day after frame removal
Active dorsal flexion (1 month after frame removal)