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Functional Outcome with Usage of Internal fixation in Intra - Articular Distal Radius Fractures

Author: A.M. AMUTHAN, M. NARAYANA REDDY
Abstract: Fractures of distal radius are most mutual extremity fractures, constituting approximately 17% of all fractures treated in Outpatient department. It has got abimodal distribution, with adolescent and elderly population being the most affected. About 50% of distal radius fractures also have involvement of radiocarpal and/ordistal radioulnar joint. Treating surgeon should aim for the anatomical restoration ofthe wrist complex. The fracture pattern, degree of displacement, constancy, age and thephysical difficulties of the patients determine the best modality of treatment.20 patients with age range from 21 to 40 with distal radius fracture of AOpattern C1 and C2 were monitored for a period of 6 months. 12 patients had AO patternC1 and 8 patients were of AO pattern C2. Seven had associated fractures of Ulnarstyloid process. The functional consequence was Exccellent in 30%, Good in 45% and Fair in 25% with none of the patients having Fair. Radiological scoring revealedExcellent score of 20%, Good score of 55% and 25% with score of Fair. There weretwo complications in this series. Unstable intr-articular distal radius fracture preserved with interiorfascination with volar plate osteosynthesis delivers adequate fixation with no failure inlessening and also have reasonable functional and radiological outcome withminimal difficulties. This research paper focuses on the functional outcome in intraarticular distal radius rupturespreserved with internal fixation.
Keyword: Distal Radius Fractures, Intra-articular, Volar Plating, Functionaloutcome, Radiological Outcome, Complications.
DOI: https://doi.org/10.31838/ijpr/2019.11.04.103
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