TKA and repair of non union fracture distal femur: a case re
The present case has been reported in the Apollo journal of case studies.

A 67 year old female patient reported complaining of knee pain and difficulty in walking. She had a history of trauma 16 years back which was treated with a cast and immobilization. She was evaluated with an X-ray and blood tests.

Her standing knee X-ray showed malunited fracture distal femur with severe Osteoarthritis. She was taken up for Total Knee Replacement. Intra operatively it showed a non-union fracture distal femur.

The fracture was then fixed and a Total knee Replacement was done. Patient was started on partial weight bearing walking from the next day and full weight bearing after 3 weeks.