Renato Antenucci

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The long-term results of the conservative treatment of wrist fractures were observed in a follow-up study of 297 cases over a period of one and one-half years to six years. The evaluation of the results was based on clinical parameters, both subjective and objective, as well as radiological features. The results were: excellent in 38% of cases, good in 49%,(More)
The results are presented of 148 fractures of the radius and ulna in 89 patients. All were treated by AO compression plating. The results were assessed at an average of 4.5 years. In 80% of cases these were functionally excellent and confirm that this method of treatment gives early consolidation and restoration of good function in adults. However, there is(More)
UNLABELLED INTRODUCTION A first metastasis to the hand is extremely rare. Usually, an acrometastasis is a sign of very advanced disease, with the presence of previous multiple metastases elsewhere. The present paper is one of the very few case reports of first metastatic location to carpal bones. To date, only Lederer et al., in 1990, and Song and Yao in(More)
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