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The cases treated with EF as defiitive management presented shorter healing time as for the analyzed samples. The nonunion cases with greater percentages were those of EF followed by IM Nailing. The studies using IM Nailing as defiitive management presented defective healing. Even though few studies analyze hospital stay, it was found to be shorter in the sample treated with EF as definitive management.
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