Which Axial Deviation Results in Limitations of Pro- and Supination Following Diaphyseal Lower Arm Fracture in Childhood?

@article{Weinberg2001WhichAD,
  title={Which Axial Deviation Results in Limitations of Pro- and Supination Following Diaphyseal Lower Arm Fracture in Childhood?},
  author={Aron Nathan Weinberg and Philipp Kasten and Christoph Castellani and Manfred Jablonski and Ulrich Dipl.-Phys. Hofmann and Heinrich Reilmann},
  journal={European Journal of Trauma},
  year={2001},
  volume={27},
  pages={309-316}
}
Background: Pediatric diaphyseal forearm fractures, if considered stable, are usually treated conservatively. Recently, however, there has been a trend towards stabilizing diaphyseal forearm fractures operatively, generally by intramedullary nailing, to avoid angular deformities and functional impairment. The aim of this study was to examine patients with an unsatisfactory outcome after diaphyseal forearm fracture for a possible correlation betwwen their outcome and a remaining axial deviation… CONTINUE READING

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