George S. El Rassi

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We describe a case of dynamic scapholunate dissociation in a skeletally immature ten-year-old girl. The patient presented for pain in the anatomical snuffbox and swelling over the dorsum of the wrist and hand. Standard static and dynamic radiographs of the wrist did not reveal any pathology. Magnetic resonance imaging was inconclusive. The scapholunate(More)
Monteggia fracture-dislocation, a common injury sustained by pediatric population, is a rare entity in adults. It was first observed by Giovanni Battista Monteggia and later classified by Bado into 4 groups. The term "Monteggia equivalent or variant" was introduced to describe certain injuries with similar radiographic pattern and biomechanism of injury.(More)
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