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Volar needed a back-end platform on which to power its service, evaluating a number of vendor solutions before landing on the Zang Cloud platform.
Analysis of the gross specimens confirmed that TFCC was composed of TFC (the articular disk), MH, dorsal and volar distal radioulnar ligaments, ECU, UCL, UT, and UL ligaments [Figure 1],[Figure 2],[Figure 3],[Figure 4].
Radiological examination of wrist showed old mal-uniting intra-articular fracture of distal end radius with gross volar subluxation of carpals with proximal migration and intra-articular incongruity (Figure 1a,b).
No volar approaches were undertaken for proximal one-third fractures of the radius.
Since the first reports of volar locking compression plates, many case series have shown that they are effective devices for fixation of the distal radial fracture.
Tubercular tenosynovitis is more common in upper limb as compare to lower limb and commonly involves the flexor or volar site of wrist and hand of dominant limb.
The remaining patients were treated by open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF) using volar locking plates with variable-angle screw insertion.
According to the company, with more than 10 years of clinical experience treating distal radius fractures using the volar approach, the DVR plate and instrumentation continue to refine fracture fixation.
Radiographic evaluation at 12 weeks in plaster casting group showed mean values of volar tilt 2.
Examination of his left wrist revealed a moderate swelling, mainly over the volar aspect with marked volar tenderness.