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The Elbow pp 121-127 | Cite as

The Norway Elbow System

  • F. Risung
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Abstract

The Norway elbow is a long-stemmed, unconstrained elbow prosthesis, produced in four different humeral sizes and three different ulnar sizes for the right and left sides. All sizes have an identical joint part, which permits full interchangeability of humeral and ulnar components (Fig. 1).

Keywords

Titanium Alloy Ulnar Nerve Radial Head Distal Humerus Humeral Component 
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