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Reduction of a femoral shaft fracture before introducing a guidewire may be difficult, and time consuming. We report the use of a clamp to facilitate reduction and reduce exposure of the operator to radiation.
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Accepted: August 16, 1990
© 1991 Published by Elsevier Inc.