Post-traumatic radio-ulnar synostosis

F M Watson, R G Eaton
Journal of Trauma 1978, 18 (6): 467-8
Five years after an untreated ulnar fracture, a young man seen with no active or passive forearm rotation was found to have a radio-ulnar synostosis, which was surgically excised with interposition of a silicone membrane and soft tissue to decrease any tendency for new formation of the synostosis.

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