Femur shaft fractures are common injuries frequently treated with intramedullary fixation. Although satisfactory alignment is usually achieved, malreductions can happen in sagittal and coronal planes, as well as along the longitude axis. The causes of malposition with femoral nailing include fracture location, comminution, and suboptimal technique. We identify the most common patterns of malreduction of nailed femu

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