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Two patients with nonunion and malunion of an unstable pelvic fracture, presenting with pain and gait abnormality, were successfully treated with a pelvic reconstruction. The surgical repair consisted of a three staged procedure to perform the ostcotomy, the reduction and the internal fixation. Both patients were satisfied with their outcome and experienced no complications.
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Accepted: June 6, 1997
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