Can Total Wrist Arthroplasty Be an Option for Treatment of Highly Comminuted Distal Radius Fracture in Selected Patients? Preliminary Experience with Two Cases
Case report 1 (1-year follow-up): (a) AP radiographs with terminal range of motion: no signs of loosening of either implant and no impingement or impaction; note the union of USO; (b) lateral radiographs with terminal range of motion: no subluxation of distal ulna (arrows); (c) clinical photo with supination-pronation arc on both sides.
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