Anatomical risk factors for Kienböck's disease.


Contralateral unaffected wrists from 41 males with Kienböck's disease were compared with wrists from 66 normal males. From X-rays, various features of the lunate and radius were measured. In patients with Kienböck's disease, the lunate tended to be smaller and inclined more radially than in normal subjects and the radial inclination was flatter… (More)


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