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Fracture of the distal radius associated with an articular comminutive fracture of the distal ulna: treatment in emergency by osteosynthesis of the radius by volar locking plate for the radius and a resection of the distal end of the ulna: report of one case


, : Fracture of the distal radius associated with an articular comminutive fracture of the distal ulna: treatment in emergency by osteosynthesis of the radius by volar locking plate for the radius and a resection of the distal end of the ulna: report of one case. Chirurgie de la Main 30(1): 69-72

The authors present a case of a distal radius fracture associated with a comminutive fracture of the ulna head, treated by volar locking plate for the radius fracture and ulnar head resection. We obtain an early good objective and subjective functional result, whereas this type of fracture is classically associated with bad results in the series published with other treatments. This result needs to be confirmed by a more exhaustive series.


Accession: 053295209

PMID: 21067955

DOI: 10.1016/j.main.2010.09.016

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