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Summary in Chinese.

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Fig S1: Flow diagrams demonstrating the case selection criteria for inclusion into part 1 (a) and part 2 of the study (b).

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Fig S2: Pre- and post operative radiographs demonstrating varying degrees of resorption and callus associated with the fracture between 14 and 49 days following surgery. (a–d) Pre- and 21 days post operative dorsopalmar and lateromedial projections of Case 25 with mild resorption and mild callus formation. (e–j) Pre- and 40 days post operative dorsopalmar, dorsal-45°-lateral palmaromedial oblique and lateromedial projections of Case 27 with moderate resorption and marked callus formation. (k–n) Pre- and 28 days post operative dorsopalmar and lateromedial projections of Case 37 with marked resorption and moderate callus formation.

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Fig S3: (a) Dorsopalmar radiograph of Case 104 with a complete parasagittal fracture of the right fore proximal phalanx, which exits through the lateral cortex in the distal third of the diaphysis. (b) There are multiple fracture lines visible proximally, meeting the study definition of articular comminution. Abbreviation: LAT, lateral.

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Fig S4: Dorsopalmar (a) and dorsolateral-palmaromedial oblique radiographs (b) of Case 108 with a complete parasagittal fracture of the left fore proximal phalanx, which spirals in the distal third of the diaphysis into an oblique plane before exiting through the lateral condyle into the proximal interphalangeal joint. Abbreviations: DLPMO, dorsal-45°-lateral palmaromedial oblique; and LAT, lateral.

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Fig S5: Preoperative (a–c) and 44 days post operative (d–f) dorsopalmar, dorsal-45°-lateral palmaromedial oblique and lateromedial radiographs of Case 109 with a complete parasagittal fracture of the right fore proximal phalanx. The fracture has a more complex configuration on the post operative radiographs. Abbreviations: DLPMO, dorsal-45°-lateral palmaromedial oblique; and LAT, lateral.

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No. 4: BEVA 2014 Scientific Review Surgery

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