Percutaneous reduction and flexible intramedullary nailing for monteggia fracture in a skeletally mature patient
Monteggia lesions are defined as a fracture of the proximal ulna with an associated radial head dislocation. Management of these injuries varies depending upon the patient population, ranging from non-operative treatment with closed reduction and immobilization to surgical fixation. Percutaneous techniques of radial head reduction are often reserved for skeletally immature patients.
Beutel, BG; Klifto, CS; Chu, A
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