Department| Volume 19, ISSUE 4, P438, October 2006

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Early Controlled Passive Mobilization Improves Initial Fracture Callus Stiffness and Early Fracture Alignment in a Rabbit Model

      Purpose: To investigate the effect of early controlled passive motion (ECPM) on the quality and rate of early fracture healing.
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