Introduction to the Dynamic Hip Screw-DHS
Introduction to the Dynamic Condylar Screw-DHS
Using the DCS for Subtrochanteric Fractures
Assembling the Instrumentation
Lag Screw Insertion Assembly
Reinserting the DHS/DCS Guide Pin
Removing the Implants
The DHS Plates, DCS Plates, and DHS/DCS Lag Screws
Instrument and Implant Sets
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