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    Pathophysiology of Tibial Fracture

    this is what i put for tibial fracture pathophysiology
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    Pathophysiology of Tibial Fracture

    The local separation of a bone into two or more pieces under the action of stress. Strong force is required to produce a fractured tibia. As a result, soft tissue damage, devascularization, and open fracture are frequent. The tibia is one of the more common sites of a stress fracture. Complications are compartment syndrome, fat embolism, problems associated with bony union, and possible infection associated with open fracture. Thats what I put, hope it helps
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