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DATE

2002-09

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Reinhard Meier, Hermann Krimmer

ABSTRACT

ObjectiveUlnar shortening to unload the ulnocarpal ligamentous complex.IndicationsClinically relevant ulnar impaction syndrome, be it congenital or posttraumatic.ContraindicationsConcomitant pronounced malunion of the radius.Osteoarthritis of the distal radioulnar joint.Surgical TechniqueUlnopalmar approach. Oblique osteotomy of the ulna in its distal third. Removal of a bony wafer of predetermined thickness. Internal fixation with a 7-hole LD-DC plate or special plate and lag screw.Results29 patients (14 men, 15 women, average age 42 years) underwent an ulnar shortening osteotomy for a therapyresistant ulnar impaction syndrome.Follow-up after an average of 25(7–37) months. Average amount of shortening 4.5 (1.5–13) mm. 72% reduction of pain as determined with a visual analog scale. The range of motion was improved by 7% in extension/flexion, by 8% in abduction/adduction, and by 11% in pronation/supination. Grip strength measured with a vigorimeter (balloon size 5) increased by 12%.Complications: three malunions, effectively treated by revision of internal fixation. More... »

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190-199

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