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In such cases the radius can continue to grow unhindered flomax 0.4 mg with visa, the radial head changes its shape as a result of the missing joint partner and the ulnar shaft deformity can also remodel during the course of subsequent growth. Fracture types The classical Monteggia lesion involves the combination of a dislocated radial head and an ulnar shaft fracture. The directions of the ulnar shaft deformation and the radial a b c head dislocation correlate. Types of Monteggia lesion: Apart from the classical proposed by Bado (⊡ Fig. Monteggia fracture (a), olecranon fractures with a radial head disloca- ▬ Type 1: Extension deformity of the ulna, anterior dis- tion fracture (b) and olecranon fractures with radial head dislocation location of the radial head. With increasing age, the ulna may merely suffer plastic deformation, a So-called Monteggia equivalents are ulnar fractures in greenstick fracture or may be completely fractured. A slight bowing of cases the transition from the proximal to middle third the ulna is frequently overlooked, as a result of which the of the ulnar shaft is fractured, less frequently the center radial head dislocation also tends to be missed. This wide variety of injury patterns means that im- already convex or if cartilage damage is present on aging investigations covering the wrist to the elbow the capitulum or radial head, the prospects of success are essential in all forearm fractures. On the other hand, good correction can be achieved for an excessively long radius or a deformity Neurological concomitant lesions are primarily associated of the ulna. A proximal ulnar shaft osteotomy with an with lateral dislocations, but can also occur with the other empirical search for the required degree of correction types. They usually involve cases of neurapraxia and show is a reliable way of achieving the objective. Since, An ulnar external fixator can be helpful in this con- in a case of a plastically deformed ulna or greenstick frac- nection, since it facilitates the search for the correct ture, the elastic recoil force of the ulna usually prevents adjustment of the ulnar osteotomy, the surgeon can a reliable reduction of the radial head, completing the test all movement combinations with the benefit of an fracture is recommended. Full correction of the ulnar deformity in all planes long radius can be compensated for by callus distrac- is essential! In most cases the correct position can be secured with an Periarticular ossification, myositis ossificans and radio- intramedullary flexible nail. Plate or screw fixation may ulnar synostoses can occur in isolated cases, particu- be needed for very proximally located ulnar fractures or larly if there was severe initial trauma with substantial for rare multifragmented fractures.

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