on behalf of the ESSKA Elbow and Forearm Committee
IOM) ( 6 ). However, longitudinal forearminstability only results when there is a lesion of all three constraints.
Unfortunately, missing the initial diagnosis in the latter situation can lead to a chronic, progressive, proximal radial migration and
quantify after surgery.
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Treatment of longitudinal forearminstability is complex, especially in its chronic setting, with historically poor outcomes.
The thorough understanding of forearm biomechanics and especially