Distal Oblique Bundle Reinforcement for Treatment of DRUJ Instability.

  title={Distal Oblique Bundle Reinforcement for Treatment of DRUJ Instability.},
  author={Peter R. Brink and Pascal F W Hannemann},
  journal={Journal of wrist surgery},
  volume={4 3},
Background Chronic, dynamic bidirectional instability in the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) is diagnosed clinically, based on the patient's complaints and the finding of abnormal laxity in the vicinity of the distal ulna. In cases where malunion is ruled out or treated and there are no signs of osteoarthritis, stabilization of the DRUJ may offer relief. To this end, several different techniques have been investigated over the past 90 years. Materials and Methods In this article we outline the… CONTINUE READING


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