Early salvage reconstruction of severe distal radius fractures.


During an 8-year period from 1980 through 1988, 9 distal radius fractures could not be restored because of bone loss or extensive comminution and were, therefore, salvaged by early arthrodesis in 7 patients and Swanson silicone wrist arthroplasty in 2. At a mean of 3.7 years, 4 patients rated good, 2 satisfactory, and 3 poor according to a 100-point scoring… (More)


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