[Carpal luxation and residual instability].

  • P. Saffar
  • Published 1984 in
    Annales de chirurgie de la main : organe officiel…


Perilunar dislocations lead to important capsuloligamentous lesions associated with osteochondral fractures which jeopardize carpal stability if non treated operatively. Aside from the classical mechanism in which the lesions start on the radial side, the author considers the possibility of perilunar dislocations which may begin by lunotriquetral… (More)