Reliability of the Dorsal Tangential View in Assessment of Distal Radioulnar Joint Reduction in the Neutral, Pronated, and Supinated Positions in a Cadaver Model.

@article{Naga2019ReliabilityOT,
  title={Reliability of the Dorsal Tangential View in Assessment of Distal Radioulnar Joint Reduction in the Neutral, Pronated, and Supinated Positions in a Cadaver Model.},
  author={Ashraf N. El Naga and Matthew E Jordan and D. Netscher and B. Adams and S. Mitchell},
  journal={The Journal of hand surgery},
  year={2019}
}
  • Ashraf N. El Naga, Matthew E Jordan, +2 authors S. Mitchell
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • The Journal of hand surgery
  • PURPOSE Intraoperative assessment of distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) alignment is often based on lateral radiographs whose interpretation is dependent upon positioning the forearm in neutral rotation. The dorsal tangential view (DTV) is a near-axial view of the dorsal wrist used in assessing dorsal screw penetration during radius fixation. The purpose of this study was to determine whether the DTV can also reliably assess DRUJ alignment in multiple forearm positions. METHODS Four transhumeral… CONTINUE READING
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