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Distal radius fracture 

Distal radius fracture
Distal radius fracture

Graham Alastair

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date: 16 May 2022

Active treatment increasingly used

It is important to recognize type B fractures

CT useful to define complex fractures

K wiring quick and simple but complex fractures often require plating

Palmar locking plates useful for complex fractures

Dorsal plates only used occasionally because of complications.

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