Terminal overgrowth of bones (in amputed stumps) is a frequent complication of amputations in children. Which of the following bones most commonly overgrow
a. Terminal over growth of an amputed bone is caused by appositional bone and periosteal bone formation and not because of epiphyseal growth proximally.
b. The bone most commonly overgrowing is the humerus followed by the fibula, tibia and the femur