Gael Piquilloud

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In the aftermath of a forearm trauma, tendon contractures are difficult to diagnose and evoke nerve compression or muscle ischemia (Volkmann's syndrome). One rarely thinks of tendon incarceration within the fracture and the diagnosis is often made long after. During claw fingers retraction, it is known as "false Volkmann's syndrome" (Baudet and Lafond,(More)
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