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Huang Yongjie – 1st expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • the clinical study of using t type plate treatment Barton Fracture
    Hainan Medical Journal, 2006
    Co-Authors: Huang Yongjie

    Abstract:

    Objective To explore the clinical effect of early open reduction and internal fixation with T-type plate for Barton‘s. Methods 22 patients suffered from Barton‘s Fractures were treated by open reduction and internal fixation by T-type plate. There were 20 volar Barton‘s Fractures and 2 dorsal Barton‘s Fractures. The early rehabilitation trainings were carried out on patients after surgery. Results 22 patients were in the hospital for 14 days and followed up for 6-24months. All the patients achieved solid bone union. The evaluation of the results by Kienst*9眼1*9演 wrist scale revealed excellent in 17 cases, good in 4 cases, fair in 1 cases, the excellent and good rates were 95.4%. Conclusions The treatment of early open reduction and internal fixation with T-type plate for Barton‘s Fractures has the advantages of favorable recovery of wrist function, fewer complications, and is worth generalizing clinically.

Jesse B Jupiter – 2nd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • dorsal Barton Fracture is a variation of dorsal radiocarpal dislocation a clinical study
    Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume), 2019
    Co-Authors: Abhiram R Bhashyam, Diego L Fernandez, Alberto Fernandez Delloca, Jesse B Jupiter

    Abstract:

    Dorsal Barton Fractures may be better described as variants of dorsal radiocarpal dislocations. We aimed to better characterize these Fractures by reviewing 111 patients in the ICUC® dataset who ha…

Manoj Kanamarlapudi – 3rd expert on this subject based on the ideXlab platform

  • correlation between functional and radiological outcome after surgical stabilization of volar Barton Fracture with plating a comparative study
    International Journal of Research in Orthopaedics, 2020
    Co-Authors: Vikram Goud, Manoj Kanamarlapudi

    Abstract:

    Background: The objective of the study was to evaluate the functional and radiological outcomes after open reduction with internal fixation of volar Barton’s Fracture of the wrist and compare their outcomes. Methods: Total of 30 cases of volar Barton Fractures were operated by open reduction and internal fixation with plating. Mean follow up period was 6 months. Patients were assessed both radiological and functional outcome and compare between the two outcomes. Results: All Fractures were healed in a mean period of 7 weeks (range 6-9 weeks). The mean disabilities of the arm, shoulder and hand (DASH) score was 13.21 points (range: 10.3 to 30), thus confirming the patient’s good functional capacity. The higher the DASH score was (i.e. the worse the functional result), the smaller were the flexion (p=0.01), pronation (p=0.03), supination (p<0.0001) and radial deviation (p=0.005) of the wrist that underwent the surgical procedure after the Fracture of the distal extremity of the radius. The radiological results were evaluated by modified Lidstrom criteria. Conclusions: The radiographic results did not influence the DASH score. There was no statistical relationship between the DASH score and the radial height or the volar tilt or the radial tilt of the distal extremity of the operated radius.

  • Correlation between functional and radiological outcome after surgical stabilization of volar Barton Fracture with plating: a comparative study
    International Journal of Research in Orthopaedics, 2020
    Co-Authors: Vikram Goud, Manoj Kanamarlapudi

    Abstract:

    Background: The objective of the study was to evaluate the functional and radiological outcomes after open reduction with internal fixation of volar Barton’s Fracture of the wrist and compare their outcomes. Methods: Total of 30 cases of volar Barton Fractures were operated by open reduction and internal fixation with plating. Mean follow up period was 6 months. Patients were assessed both radiological and functional outcome and compare between the two outcomes. Results: All Fractures were healed in a mean period of 7 weeks (range 6-9 weeks). The mean disabilities of the arm, shoulder and hand (DASH) score was 13.21 points (range: 10.3 to 30), thus confirming the patient’s good functional capacity. The higher the DASH score was (i.e. the worse the functional result), the smaller were the flexion (p=0.01), pronation (p=0.03), supination (p