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BACKGROUND The most effective method for the fixation of an intra-articular distal radial fracture has not been established. Two commonly used treatment methods are external fixation combined with percutaneous pin fixation and plate fixation. We performed a prospective multicenter randomized trial to compare these two treatment strategies. METHODS A total… (More)
Isolated trapezoid fractures are rare. We present a case of severe isolated trapezoid fracture associated with bone loss and proximal migration of the second metacarpal, which was treated successfully by open reduction and internal fixation with bone grafting and joint fusion.
Seven patients who had free vascularized fibular grafts for bone defects > 6 cm (mean, 16.6 cm) were studied retrospectively. There were 5 cases of tumor, 1 pseudoarthrosis, and 1 chronic osteomyelitis. The average followup period was 9.2 years (range, 5.2-11.3 years). Of the 5 patients with grafts to the lower limb, 1 showed a 30% reduction in bone width… (More)
INTRODUCTION Intra-articular fractures of the distal radius represent high energy, complex, unstable injuries and the optimal method of treatment remains controversial. MATERIALS AND METHODS The aim of the paper is to compare the outcomes of external fixation (EF) with open reduction internal fixation (ORIF) with plates and screw fixation in the treatment… (More)
We present a case of a man who sustained a closed dorsal fracture-dislocation of his left ring finger proximal interphalangeal joint in a fall. The patient was treated surgically with plate and screw fixation via a volar approach. This method theoretically provides more secure fixation than internal fixation with screws alone, allowing early rehabilitation… (More)
PURPOSE To report our results of open reduction internal fixation with volar mini plate and screw fixation for unstable dorsal fracture dislocations (DFDs) of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint. METHODS We performed a retrospective review of 13 consecutive DFDs of the PIP joint treated with volar mini plate and screw fixation, measuring both… (More)
A case of gout first presenting as carpal tunnel syndrome due to intratendinous and lumbrical muscle involvement with tophi is reported. Surgical decompression with excision of tophi and diseased muscle produced symptomatic relief.
Malunions of forearm fractures in adults can present with limitation of forearm rotation, or as distal radioulnar joint instability with functional impairment. This contrasts with paediatric patients in whom malunions of similar severities are often better tolerated. We did a retrospective review of six adult patients after corrective forearm osteotomy for… (More)
PURPOSE To retrospectively review the outcomes of intra-articularly placed interfragmentary screws for fixation of difficult condylar fractures of the metacarpal and proximal phalangeal heads. METHODS We placed interfragmentary screws intra-articularly in 10 patients with 11 fractures to achieve a rigid fixation construct in which the non-articular… (More)
INTRODUCTION Sauve-Kapandji procedure is used to treat distal radioulnar joint disorder. MATERIALS AND METHOD Sixteen patients with distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) disease treated with Sauve-Kapandji procedure between 1996 and 1998 were available for review at an average follow up period of 32.8 months,ranging from 24 to 48 months. The patients were young… (More)