The Treatment oF Fracture of the Radial Neck (Including Incomplete Displacement) by Hyperextensional Rotational Reduction in Adolescence
Bu Haifu et al
Twelve cases with fracture of the radial neck (including incomplete displacement) in adolescence by hypertensional rotational reduction were studied. The follow-up periods were from 1 to 3 years, and the results were satisfactory. The advantage of this method included: ①simple and convenient; ②unnecessary anesthesia; ③quickly recovery. The patients with fracture of the radial neck were divided into 2 types-flexion and extension, according to the mechanism and displacement of the fracture.