All dislocated fracures must be treated surgically.
Condyle fractures are treated with plate osteosynthesis with a supporting T-plate.
Compression fractures larger than 3 mm have to be lifted or lined wih spongiosa taken from a bone window in another place. Then, two supporting screws are placed.
Compression-depression fractures are lined, too, but then supplied with a T-plate.
Comminuted fractures must be treated with an external fixator.
It is essential that after reposition, the articular surface of the tibia is reconstructed precisely according to its normal anatomy.