Complications Using Bioabsorbable Cross-Pin Femoral Fixation: A Case Report and Review of the Literature
Coronal fat suppressed T2-weighted images demonstrate that the proximal portion of the pin has backed out of the distal femur and is found within the adjacent soft tissues where it is surrounded by edema (blue arrows) and a thickened iliotibial band (green arrows). The distal portion of the pin (red arrows) and ACL graft are intact.
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