Longitudinal growth after nonphyseal forearm fractures.


The overgrowth phenomenon after fracture has been considered rare in the upper extremity. This study analyzes 119 patients with forearm fractures treated conservatively. All patients had scanograms of both forearms 5 years later. A difference in length more than 2 mm was considered a discrepancy. Positive values of discrepancy were called overgrowth. A… (More)


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