Volume 12, Issue 49 (3-2006)                   RJMS 2006, 12(49): 85-88 | Back to browse issues page

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Saied A, Ziayie A. Simultaneous Trapezium and Bennett’s Fracture in the Wrist: A Case Report. RJMS 2006; 12 (49) :85-88
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    Introduction: Bennett’s fracture-dislocation is an intraarticular injury of the first metacorpal, usually treated by closed(non-surgical) methods. Fractures of the trapezium are among the rare wrist injuries. Simultaneous occurrence of these two injuries is a very rare entity. Case Report: A young man who had fallen down a motorcycle was referred with right Bennett’s fracture -dislocation and comminuted trapezium fracture. Closed methods were applied with relative success. Conclusion: Open surgery seems to be a more appropriate choice for trapezium fractures.

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