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Alfonso Vaquero-Picado, Gaspar González-Morán, and Luis Moraleda

increases the risk of radial nerve injury and stiffness. The bilaterotricipital posterior approach (Alonso-Llames approach) was initially described at our institution to treat supracondylar fractures. 48 However, currently it is not widely used because

Abdus S. Burahee, Andrew D. Sanders, Colin Shirley, and Dominic M. Power

nerve has greater excursion and subluxes past the medial epicondyle when the elbow is completely flexed. Trauma The UN is vulnerable to contusion injury from blunt trauma. Severe trauma may disrupt the axons, resulting in axonotmesis and, rarely

Martin Clementson, Anders Björkman, and Niels O. B. Thomsen

Introduction Post-traumatic radial-sided wrist pain is common and can represent a fracture, wrist sprain, ligament disruption or a combination of injuries. Previous studies have shown that a scaphoid fracture is the most common fracture among

Thomas J. Holme, Marta Karbowiak, Jennifer Clements, Ritesh Sharma, Johnathan Craik, and Najab Ellahee

significant complications were those of failure, loosening or dislocation of implants. A number of other complications including fracture, infection, chronic regional pain syndrome, superficial radial nerve symptoms, tendon irritation, and heterotopic

Bülent Atilla and Hande Güney-Deniz

may cause compartment syndrome (neurovascular compression); bleeding into gluteal muscles or the popliteal fossa may compress the sciatic nerve; bleeding into the anterior compartment of the forearm may compress median or ulnar nerves and