Total distal radioulnar joint replacement for symptomatic joint instability or arthritis - guidance (IPG595)

Source:
National Institute for Health and Care Excellence - NICE
Publication date:
08 November 2017

Abstract

Evidence-based recommendations on total distal radioulnar joint replacement for symptomatic joint instability or arthritis in adults. This involves removing the wrist end of the ulna (one of the forearm bones) and replacing it with a metal prosthesis that also attaches to the wrist end of the radius (the other forearm bone).

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