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A Novel Technique for Correcting Radial Length and Translation in Distal Radius Fractures

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Wang, W.L., and Tosti, R. (2018) Techniques in Hand and Upper Extremity Surgery, 22 (3), 116-119. Abstract: We describe a novel technique in correcting distal radius fractures deformed with significant shortening or coronal plane translation in both the acute or chronic setting. The technique involves using a modified push-pull device to

A Novel Technique for Correcting Radial Length and Translation in Distal Radius Fractures2021-02-11T10:59:09-08:00

Functional Outcome and Complications After Volar Plating for Dorsally Displaced, Unstable Fractures of the Distal Radius

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Rozental, T. D., & Blazar, P. E. (2006) The Journal of Hand Surgery, 31(3), 359–365. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jhsa.2005.10.010 Purpose: Despite the recent popularity of volar plating for dorsally displaced distal radius fractures there is a paucity of data documenting the results of this treatment method. The purpose of this study was to determine

Functional Outcome and Complications After Volar Plating for Dorsally Displaced, Unstable Fractures of the Distal Radius2021-02-11T10:57:28-08:00

What Cannot Be Fixed With a Volar Plate? The Role of Fragment-Specific Fixation in Modern Fracture Treatment,

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Lam, J., MD, PhD, Wolfe, S., MD Operative Techniques in Sports Medicine, Volume 18, Issue 3, September 2010: 181-188 The advent of volar fixed-angle plate osteosynthesis has greatly improved the technical ability of the surgeon to treat distal radius fractures and expanded the indications for operative treatment. Nevertheless, the volar plate

What Cannot Be Fixed With a Volar Plate? The Role of Fragment-Specific Fixation in Modern Fracture Treatment,2020-08-04T23:12:58-07:00

Chapter 7: Fragment Specific Fixation

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Leslie, B, MD, Schumer, E, MD Gelberman, R., M.D.,"The Wrist" 3rd edition, Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, 2009: 75-88.

Chapter 7: Fragment Specific Fixation2020-08-04T23:09:41-07:00

Immediate Internal Fixation and Motion of Comminuted Distal Radius Fractures Using a New Fragment Specific Fixation System

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R.J. Medoff, MD; P. Kopylov, M.D. Orthopaedic Transactions, 22 (1): 165. 1998 Abstract: A new system of internal fixation designed for displaced articular fractures of the distal radius provides non-destructive stabilization of distal fragments. Implants are low profile distally, and base fixation on the strong cortical bone of the proximal fragment.

Immediate Internal Fixation and Motion of Comminuted Distal Radius Fractures Using a New Fragment Specific Fixation System2020-08-04T23:22:59-07:00
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