General - Bony Stress Reactions/Stress Fractures Surgery

Surgery is usually indicated in severe stress fractures or incompletely healed lesions. Surgical options may involve pins, rods, plates and screws, and bone grafting, depending on the severity and location. The goal is to restore normal anatomy and ensure the most optimal conditions for proper healing.

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