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Figure 1: (a) Immediate postoperative radiographs of both bones forearm fracture treated with plating. (b) Follow-up radiographs showing united radius fracture with osteolysis, periosteal reaction, and nonunion at the ulna fracture site. (c) Immediate postoperative radiographs showing fibular strut bone graft fixed with locking compression plate. (d) Radiographs at 6 months follow-up showing good integration of the graft with plate in situ

Figure 1: (a) Immediate postoperative radiographs of both bones forearm fracture treated with plating. (b) Follow-up radiographs showing united radius fracture with osteolysis, periosteal reaction, and nonunion at the ulna fracture site. (c) Immediate postoperative radiographs showing fibular strut bone graft fixed with locking compression plate. (d) Radiographs at 6 months follow-up showing good integration of the graft with plate <i>in situ</i>