Vadym Zhamilov

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OBJECTIVE Posterior-to-anterior directed screws are stronger than anterior-to-posterior directed screws for coronoid fracture fixation. Anterior approaches that facilitate direct reduction and fixation of coronoid fractures have been described. The present study was based on the hypothesis that anterior-to-posterior headless screw (Acutrak Mini® 3.5 mm × 26(More)
Fractures of the coronoid process of the ulna generally occur due to relatively high-energy injury and are commonly associated with injuries to other structures in the vicinity of the elbow. Restoration of the coronoid' s anterior buttress is critical for future elbow stability. The optimal fixation technique depends on the fragment size and fracture(More)
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