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Marko Bumbasirevic, Tomislav Palibrk, Aleksandar Lesic, and Henry DE Atkinson

Introduction Injuries to the radial nerve can occur at any point along its anatomical route, and the aetiology is quite varied. As a result of its proximity to the humeral shaft, as well as its long and tortuous course, the radial nerve is the

Panagiotis T. Masouros, Emmanuel P. Apergis, George C. Babis, Stylianos S. Pernientakis, Vasilios G. Igoumenou, Andreas F. Mavrogenis, and Vasileios S. Nikolaou

a fracture of the radial head (RH), disruption of distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) and rupture of the interosseous membrane (IOM). 1 This can be a disabling injury with devastating complications, if either missed or poorly treated. Unfortunately

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

Lars B. Dahlin and Mikael Wiberg

specific problem is nerve injuries in combination with closed, but comminuted and dislocated, fractures. 26 In most of the cases with a mid-shaft humerus fracture and a concomitant radial nerve injury, complete functional recovery of the nerve is seen

Duncan Avis and Dominic Power

studies in traumatic radial neuropathy . Muscle Nerve 2007 ; 36 : 364 - 7 . 30. Lee S Saetia K Saha S Kline DG Kim DH . Axillary nerve injury associated with sports . Neurosurg Focus 2011 ; 31 : E10

Deepak Samson, Chye Yew Ng, and Dominic Power

-ligament-injured knees in order to define the injury and identify any associated osteochondral and meniscal injuries. In the setting of a peroneal nerve palsy, peripheral nerve conduction studies (NCS) and electromyography (EMG) are also useful. 7 Ligament

Timothy Bage and Dominic M. Power

Introduction Estimates suggest that between 8% and 25.4% of all peripheral nerve injuries (PNI) may be as a direct response of medical intervention. 1 , 2 Orthopaedics is the surgical sub-specialty that is associated with the highest

Joaquín Sanchez-Sotelo and Mark Morrey

injury, the loading mode, and their complex interplay with other injured structures. The radial head and the coronoid can be visualised as a single anterior wall preventing anterior escape of the distal humerus (posterior escape of the forearm). The

Rui Zhang, Xiaoyu Wang, Jia Xu, Qinglin Kang, and Reggie C Hamdy

fracture of the radius with dislocation of the radial head in any direction, with or without dislocation of the PRUJ. The biomechanics of this subset is similar to subset I, while the radial fracture could be a secondary injury ( 50 , 52 , 55 ). Another

Nicolas Gallusser, Bardia Barimani, and Frédéric Vauclair

mindful of extending the wrist to neutral before examining finger extension as lumbrical muscular function can be mistaken for intact radial nerve function. The radial and ulnar pulses should be assessed because brachial artery injuries can be associated