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La terrible triade du coude : prise en charge chirurgicale lors de fractures non reconstructibles de la tête radiale

Abstract : The terrible triad is the combination of a posterior dislocation of the elbow, radial head and coronoid process fractures. The goal of this study is to evaluate our clinical results after medial capsulo-ligamentar plan reinsertion, radial head replacement and lateral collateral ligament reinsertion, through a lateral approach. This is a retrospective study of 13 patients with terrible triad whose radial head fracture is non-reparable, operated between 2005 and 2010. The mean follow-up was 39 months. At latest follow-up, the mean Mayo Elbow Performance Scale was 88/100, the mean Quick Dash was 23/100, and the mean Broberg and Morrey score was 93/100. The mean range of motion of the elbow was 120°. The mean flexion was 137°, and the mean extension -17°. The strength and the stability was 100%. Three complications occurred. The standard surgical technique used provided good functional outcome.
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Sandrine Maillot Roy. La terrible triade du coude : prise en charge chirurgicale lors de fractures non reconstructibles de la tête radiale. Médecine humaine et pathologie. 2012. ⟨dumas-01472365⟩

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