L. Brosius

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INTRODUCTION The eponym "Monteggia fracture" includes various patterns of complex fracture-dislocations of the proximal ulna and radius, which are not well defined yet. They are frequently described as Monteggia-like lesions or Monteggia equivalent injuries. Until today, these injury patterns have been reported rarely. The objective of this retrospective(More)
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