Improved outcomes in AO type B and C distal radius fractures with volar plating
Outcomes and complications of fractures of distal radius (AO type B and C): volar plating versus nonoperative treatmentJ Orthop Sci. 2014 Jul;19(4):537-44
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64 patients with an AO type B or C fracture of the distal radius were randomized to either nonoperative treatment of surgical treatment with a volar locking plate. Functional and radiological follow-up was performed for 2 years after injury. The results obtained indicated significantly better range of motion, radiological alignment, and functional outcome with volar plating. Articular incongruity ...
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