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Sánchez León, Belisario (2014)
Publisher: Facultad de Medicina Humana de la Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Our expertise is the study of more than 2,000 cases of Colles' fractures. Colles name should in this case to synthesize the type of fractures of the lower end of the radius. There have been various proposed classifications according to the different fracture lines can be demonstrated radiologically in the region of the wrist. We believe that these ratings should only be retained if the concept of the articular fracture or not in the classical sense, since it has great value in the functional prognosis; do, however, subject to all fractures in this region can be considered "joint" in a broad sense, as sequelae that result almost always affect the mechanism of the wrist joint. Nuestra experiencia se refiere al estudio de más de 2,000 casos de fracturas de Colles. El nombre de Colles conviene en este caso para sintetizar el tipo de fracturas de la extremidad inferior del radio. Han sido propuestas variadas clasificaciones atendiendo a los diferentes trazos de fractura que radiológicamente pueden ser demostrados en la región de la muñeca. Nosotros creemos que de esas clasificaciones sólo debe ser retenido el concepto de si la fractura es o no articular en el sentido clásico, ya que ello tiene enorme valor en el pronóstico funcional; hacemos, sin embargo, la reserva de que todas las fracturas de esta región pueden ser considerados como "articulares" en un sentido amplio de la palabra, dado que las secuelas a que dan lugar afectan casi siempre el mecanismo articular de la muñeca.
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