Reply to Letter to the Editor concerning “Single Versus Dual Incision Approaches for Dual Plating of Bicondylar Tibial Plateau Fractures Have Comparable Rates of Deep Infection and Revision Surgery”

Published:January 12, 2023DOI:
      Thank you for your letter, I entirely appreciate that this is considered controversial by most orthopaedic surgeons accordingly I am delighted by interest and letter. I hope I can explain the points.
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