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Table 2 Patients’ postoperative evaluation

From: Clinical features and treatment of “Non-dislocated hyperextension tibial plateau fracture”

No Operation time Bleeding volume Fracture reduction Internal fixation Fracture healing time Rasmussen score Knee joint mobility Complications
1 100 100 Anatomic reduction Lateral plate 3 26 110 /
2 150 200 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 6 25 110 /
3 130 100 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 26 120 /
4 125 80 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 27 120 /
5 130 100 Good reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 24 110 /
6 140 150 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 18 105 Peroneal nerve injury
7 155 150 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 4 26 110 Superfacial infection
8 130 150 Good reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 22 90 /
9 90 50 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 29 130 /
10 100 80 Anatomic reduction Medial plate + lateral suture anchor 3 23 125 /
11 65 20 Anatomic reduction Lateral plate 3 29 130 /
12 105 100 Anatomic reduction Lateral plate 3 26 120 Artery injury
13 120 100 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 28 130 /
14 110 50 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 19 115 Peroneal nerve injury
15 125 100 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 23 100 Compartment syndrome
16 180 200 Anatomic reduction Medial plate + posterior screw 5 23 105 /
17 130 120 Good reduction Lateral plate + fibular screw 3 25 125 /
18 135 150 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 24 120 /
19 130 120 Good reduction Medial plate 3 24 120 /
20 115 100 Good reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 23 115 /
21 140 150 Anatomic reduction Medial and lateral plates + suture anchor 4 24 120 Compartment syndrome + superfacial infection
22 100 100 Anatomic reduction Lateral plate 3 27 130 /
23 130 50 Anatomic reduction Medial plate 4 26 125 /
24 120 60 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 27 130 /
25 140 80 Anatomic reduction Medial + lateral plates 3 28 130 /