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Rotatory Radiocarpal Instability

  • J.-L. Roux
Chapter

Abstract

Radiocarpal rotatory instability is defined as the increase in longitudinal rotation between the forearm bones and the carpal condyle.

Keywords

Grip Force Scaphoid Fracture Forearm Bone Extensor Retinaculum Capsular Ligament 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Hand Surgery UnitInstitut Montpelliérain de la MainMontpellierFrance

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