Title Correction and lengthening for deformities of the forearm in multiplecartilaginous exostoses

@inproceedings{Tsuchiya2017TitleCA,
  title={Title Correction and lengthening for deformities of the forearm in multiplecartilaginous exostoses},
  author={Hiroyuki Tsuchiya and Keisuke Sakurakichi and Teruhisa Yamashiro and Koji Watanabe and K Tomita},
  year={2017}
}
Background. Multiple cartilaginous exostoses cause various deformities of the epiphysis. In exostoses of the ulna, it is shortened and the radius acquires varus deformity. Sometimes this leads to dislocation of the radial head. In this study, we present the results of exostoses resection, and correction and lengthening with external fixators for functional and cosmetic improvement, and prevention of radial head dislocation. Methods. We retrospectively reviewed seven forearms of seven patients… CONTINUE READING

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We treated seven forearms of seven patients by excision of osteochondromas , correction of radii , and gradual lengthening of ulnas with external fixators .
PronationSibling in is aSupination
At the most recent follow - up all patients except one showed full improvement in pronation - supination
We evaluated radiographs and the range of pronation and supination .
SupinationSibling in is aPronation
We evaluated radiographs and the range of pronation and supination .
At the most recent follow - up all patients except one showed full improvement in pronation - supination
At the most recent follow - up all patients except one showed full improvement in pronation - supination
We evaluated radiographs and the range of pronation and supination .
We evaluated radiographs and the range of pronation and supination .
At the most recent follow - up all patients except one showed full improvement in pronation - supination
In exostoses of the ulna , it is shortened and the radius acquires varus deformity .
Operative technique was excision of osteochondromas from the distal ulna , correction of the radius , and ulnar lengthening with external fixation up to 5 mm plus variance .
In exostoses of the ulna , it is shortened and the radius acquires varus deformity .
Operative technique was excision of osteochondromas from the distal ulna , correction of the radius , and ulnar lengthening with external fixation up to 5 mm plus variance .
In exostoses of the ulna , it is shortened and the radius acquires varus deformity .
Operative technique was excision of osteochondromas from the distal ulna , correction of the radius , and ulnar lengthening with external fixation up to 5 mm plus variance .
In exostoses of the ulna , it is shortened and the radius acquires varus deformity .
Operative technique was excision of osteochondromas from the distal ulna , correction of the radius , and ulnar lengthening with external fixation up to 5 mm plus variance .
In exostoses of the ulna , it is shortened and the radius acquires varus deformity .
Operative technique was excision of osteochondromas from the distal ulna , correction of the radius , and ulnar lengthening with external fixation up to 5 mm plus variance .
In exostoses of the ulna , it is shortened and the radius acquires varus deformity .
Operative technique was excision of osteochondromas from the distal ulna , correction of the radius , and ulnar lengthening with external fixation up to 5 mm plus variance .
We treated seven forearms of seven patients by excision of osteochondromas , correction of radii , and gradual lengthening of ulnas with external fixators .
Bone structure of ulnaConstitutional part ofForearm
We treated seven forearms of seven patients by excision of osteochondromas , correction of radii , and gradual lengthening of ulnas with external fixators .
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