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UVUniverse (Ardent/VMark Post-Relational Database Management System)
UVBurkina Faso (formerly Upper Volta)
UVUniversitat de Valéncia (Spanish: University of Valencia)
UVUpright Vacuum
UVUniversidad Veracruzana (Mexican university)
UVUniversity Village (University of California, Riverside Riverside, CA, USA)
UVUniversity of Virginia (Charlottesville, VA)
UVUrine Volume
UVUndervalued
UVUnified View (annual exercise to identify deployment and distribution priorities)
UVUniversity of Vermont
UVUnder Voltage
UVUpper Volta
UVMicrovolt (electronics)
UVUniversity of the Visayas
UVUnique Visitor
UVUnité de Valeur (French: Unit Value; higher education)
UVUnmanned Vehicle
UVUltra-Violence (game setting)
UVUnió Valenciana (Spanish Regional Party)
UVUnit Ventilator
UVUltra Vomit (band)
UVUniversitat de Vic
UVUreterovesical
UVUniversité de Valenciennes (French university)
UVUtility Vault (electrical underground vaults)
UVUnitas Verband
UVUltimate Vendor
UVUlnar Variance
UVUterine-Vulval
UVUninhabited Vehicle
UVU-Típusú V (Hungarian Tram Model)
UVUitgestelde Vergoeding (Dutch: deferred compensation)
UVUnited Voices Concert Choir (West Yorkshire, England, UK)
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At 33 months postoperatively, pain score improved from 8.4 to 3.3, range of motion improved significantly, wrist and elbow functional scores were good, and positive ulnar variance improved from +8.0 to 3.5 mm.
Radiographs shown in Figure 1 revealed neutral ulnar variance, and sclerosis with indentation of the ulnar side of the proximal articular margin of the left lunate, consistent with ulno-lunate impaction syndrome.
APTUS Injured side 2.25 9.12 [+ or -] 5.28 Anatomical 0.00 12.00 [+ or -] 0.00 standard p value <0.05 <0.05 XSCR Injured side 2.96 9.11 [+ or -] 14.10 Anatomical 0.00 12.00 [+ or -] 0.00 standard p value 0.39 * <0.05 Group Extremity Ulnar variance (mm) Articular surface step-off (mm) Mean [+ or -] S.D.
Overall there was a significant improvement in the position of the fracture, in both the degree of dorsal angulation and the degree of ulnar variance (Table 2).
One year after the treatment, reduced supination with positive ulnar variance of 2mm was seen in two patients (8%); only one had ulnar sided pain and was offered surgical ulnar shortening which she refused.
Radial length was restored in all cases; ulnar variance averaged 0 mm.
There was no association of primary osteoarthritis of the DRUJ with ulnar variance or age.
Plain radiograph of the left wrist revealed sclerosis, fragmentation and collapse of lunate bone with normal ulnar variance and normal radiolunate articular surface.
(9) In addition, dynamic wrist instability has been shown to result from an underlying ligament injury associated with wrist ganglions, lifting and twisting manoeuvres, overuse of the wrist, arthritis, positive ulnar variance, and perilunate or reverse perilunate injury.
Radiographic evaluation consisted of an anteroposterior and lateral film with the following parameters obtained at baseline and each study visit: dorsal and palmar tilt, radial height, radial inclination, ulnar variance, and osteoarthrosis (OA) grade based on the Knirk and Jupiter scale.
An increase in ulnar variance of more than 2 mm, compared to the opposite side, is associated with a four-fold increase in the risk of scapholunate ligament injury.
The PA, which is shot with the arm abducted to 90[degrees] and the forearm in neutral rotation, is the best view to measure ulnar variance. In addition, a pronated grip PA can show increased ulnar variance, which may impact treatment decisions.