4. Rand JA, An KN, Chao EYS and Kelly PJ. A comparison of the effect of open intramedullary nailing and compression-plate fixation on fracture-site blood flow and fracture union. J Bone joint Surg 1981,63-A(3);427-440。
5. Turner CH. Three rules for bone adaptation to mechanical stimuli. Bone 1998;23(5):399-407.
6. McKibbin B: The biology of fracture healing in long bones. J Bone Joint Surg 1978，60B:150-62.
7. Rooney P, Walker D and McClure J: Cartilage and bone formation in repairing Achilles tendons within diffusion chambers: evidence for tendon-cartilage and cartilage-bone conversion in vivo. J Pathol 1993,169:375-381.
21. Xu H, Xue Z, Ding H, et al. Callus formation and mineralization after fracture with different fixation techniques: minimally invasive plate osteosynthesis versus open reduction internal fixation. PLoS One. 2015, 10(10):e0140037.
35. Ilizarov GA. The tension-stress effect on the genesis and growth of tissues: Part I. The influence of stability of fixation and soft tissue preservation. Clin Orthop, 1989, 238:249-81.
36. Li R, Saleh M, Yang L, Coulton L. Radiographic classification of osteogenesis during bone distraction. J Orthop Res. 2006, 24(3):339-47.
37. Richter H, Plecko M, Andermatt D,et al. Dynamization at the near cortex in locking plate osteosynthesis by means of dynamic locking screws: an experimental study of transverse tibial osteotomies in sheep. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2015, 97(3):208-15.