I was interested to read the article by Shyamalan et al.
3in December's issue regarding the management of distal radius fractures. Obviously this type of injury is one of the commonest seen in trauma and the authors point out a gap in the research regarding treatment.
- Shyamalan G.
- Theokli C.
- Pearse Y.
- Tennant D.
Volar locking plates versus Kirschener wires for distal radius fractures – a cost analysis study.
Injury. 2009; 40: 1279-1281
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- A randomized prospective study on the treatment of intra-articular distal radius fractures: open reduction and internal fixation with dorsal plating versus mini open reduction, percutaneous fixation, and external fixation.J Hand Surg [Am]. 2005; 30-A: 764-772
- Retrospective comparison of percutaneous fixation and volar internal fixation of distal radius fractures.Hand. 2008; 3: 102-110
- Volar locking plates versus Kirschener wires for distal radius fractures – a cost analysis study.Injury. 2009; 40: 1279-1281
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