Diego Figueira Falcochio

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INTRODUCTION Distal radius fractures are common in emergency centers. The radiographic routine includes at least two radiographic projections used for diagnosing most of these fractures. Computed tomography (CT) is indicated for evaluating complex fractures that affect the articular surface, as well as the fragments' size and position. There are not enough(More)
OBJECTIVE the aim of this study is try to show the best view for distal radius fractures so called die-punch fractures. METHODS There has been used a human cadaver radius bone from the Salvador Arena Tissue Bank. This bone was cleaned up after removing the soft tissues and osteotomies created displaced lunate fossa fractures of 0, 1, 2, 3 and 5 mm. We(More)
OBJECTIVE To assess the frequency of physeal injuries and wrist pain in young competitive gymnasts according to their training characteristics . METHODS This is a cross-sectional study (January-June 2015) of a male gymnastics team in São Paulo, SP, Brazil. Nineteen gymnasts, mean age 13.3 years, were evaluated in three ways: a questionnaire, physical(More)
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