Arthroscopically assisted coronoid fracture fixation: a preliminary report.

  title={Arthroscopically assisted coronoid fracture fixation: a preliminary report.},
  author={Michael R. Hausman and Raymond A Klug and Sheeraz Al Qureshi and Rachel A Goldstein and Bradford O. Parsons},
  journal={Clinical orthopaedics and related research},
  volume={466 12},
UNLABELLED We investigated the feasibility of arthroscopically assisted reduction and fixation of small coronoid fractures and the anterior capsule for treatment of patients with Regan and Morrey Types I and II (O'Driscoll Types I and II) coronoid fractures with instability of the ulnohumeral joint. Four consecutive patients with this fracture type underwent arthroscopically assisted treatment and were evaluated at a minimum of 1 year (mean, 76 weeks; range, 58-92 weeks). All patients achieved… CONTINUE READING

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