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nonunion

Pathol failure of broken bones or bone fragments to heal
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When the residential market weakens, Roman said, the nonunion contractors that have flocked to New York will not simply retreat but, instead, shift over to other projects.
Data regarding the patient like age, sex and side of injury, interval between the fracture and procedure for nonunion were obtained from the patient himself.
The study found that in 2011, among 309,330 fractures in 18 bones, the overall nonunion rate was 4.
Conclusion: When displacement occurred after surgical treatment for subtrochanteric fractures, the risk of nonunion increased owing to the difficulty achieving stable fixation.
The nonunion site constituted the central 1/3 of the length of the scaphoid.
But a Register-Guard review of salaries in the city governments of Eugene and Springfield show that those two cities imposed no similiar pay freeze on nonunion staff over the past six years.
Nonunion adults are more likely than union laborers to be completely satisfied with the flexibility of their hours (64% vs.
We present in this case report, a patient who underwent a below-knee-amputation (BKA) of a concomitant infected proximal tibial nonunion.
New York (AirGuideBusiness - Business & Industry News) Thu, Mar 6, 2014 - Boeing said on Thursday it will end pension plans for 68,000 nonunion employees, including its chief executive, marking the latest step in the company's shift away from defined-benefit plans.