Early posttraumatic physeal arrest in distal radius after a compression injury.


Early posttraumatic arrest of the distal radial physis is an uncommon complication and usually appears after type II physeal injury. We report a 13-year-old boy who sustained an injury to his right wrist, incurring an avulsion fracture of ulnar styloid process. Twenty-one months later, a uniform closure of the distal radial physis was observed. An ulnar… (More)


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