Madelung's deformity: treatment by osteotomy of the radius and Lauenstein procedure

G M White, A J Weiland
Journal of Hand Surgery 1987, 12 (2): 202-4
A 22-year-old woman with Madelung's deformity was treated by radial osteotomy and a Lauenstein procedure. This technique allows near normal restoration of the distal radius architecture, support of the ulnar side of the carpus, maintenance of forearm pronation and supination, and a satisfactory cosmetic result.

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