Classification of the transverse pattern of Mason II radial head fractures and its usefulness in arthroscopic osteosynthesis. Anatomo-surgical study

ConclusionsDepending on the location of the fracture in the head of the radius with respect to the bicipital tuberosity, we will need access through a specific arthroscopic portal, with the medial quadrants (anteromedial and posteromedial) being the most technically demanding.ResumenObjetivoLa reducción y fijación de la fractura de la cabeza del radio tipo Mason II asistida por artroscopia es una técnica válida que proporciona buenos resultados. El objetivo de este estudio es llamar la atención sobre la utilidad de la localización de la fractura en la cabeza del radio en cuadrantes definidos con respecto a la tuberosidad bicipital mediante la TC. Ello ayudaría a planificar la posición del antebrazo óptima para acceder a cada cuadrante y prever las dificultades específicas de cada uno.Material y métodoSe ha procedido a la disección de 4 especímenes de cadáver criopreservado. Hemos dividido la cabeza del radio en 4 cuadrantes con respecto a la tuberosidad bicipital objetivando el cambio de posición en pronación y en supinación máxima con respecto a la cavidad sigmoidea menor y a las estructuras neurovasculares.ResultadosLa cabeza del radio se desplaza con la pronosupinación, por lo que existen áreas de convergencia entre los distintos cuadrantes. El cuadrante 1 se aborda en supinación por un portal anteromedial. El cuadrante 2 se abo...
Source: Revista Espanola de Cirugia Ortopedica y Traumatologia - Category: Orthopaedics Source Type: research

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