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Anatomie descriptive, radiographique, topographique et fonctionnelle appliquée aux fractures de l’extrémité distale du radius

Abstract : Extensive anatomical knowledge is needed in order to correctly treat distal radius fractures: normal and pathological osteology of the distal radius, distal radio-ulnar joint and radiocarpal joint—both on the descriptive and functional level—the neurovascular and muscular environments of the distal radius—which are essential to the surgical approaches—and the angles that need to be restored during the reduction. All of these concepts are broached in this article.
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Christian Fontaine, Régis Bry, Pascale Laronde, Elvire Guerre, Aurélien Aumar. Anatomie descriptive, radiographique, topographique et fonctionnelle appliquée aux fractures de l’extrémité distale du radius. Hand Surgery and Rehabilitation, Elsevier, 2016, 35, pp.S3-S14. ⟨10.1016/j.hansur.2016.07.009⟩. ⟨hal-03668978⟩

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