The so-called ” Pouteau-Colles” fracture was never specifically described by Pouteau. This surgeon from Lyons wrote a paper published in his posthumous. Ann Chir Main. ;1(1) Pouteau-Colles fracture: double-closed “basket- like” pinning according to Kapandji. Apropos of a homogeneous series of L’analyse de fractures de Pouteau Colles traitées par méthode de Judet confirme la bénignité de cette technique ainsi que la bonne qualité d’ensemble de.
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Pouteau also presented a precise method of reduction and an original system of immobilisation, able to accomodate secondary displacements and avoid complications that were not fully recognised at that time, namely compartment syndrome and nosocomial infection. The cast extends from below the elbow to the metacarpal heads and holds the wrist somewhat flexed and in ulnar deviation 4 – for those of you familiar with Australian rules football; this position is reminiscent of the position adopted when holding a ball in preparation for a kick.
Ashish j29, October. Trimalleolar fracture Bimalleolar fracture Pott’s fracture. Hand and wrist injuries and conditions. If the bones are in a good position and there has been no displacement, a plaster cast or a splint is likely to be applied until the bones have healed.
Professionally-verified articles Daily or weekly updates Content custom-tailored to your needs Create an account. This file is made available under the Creative Commons CC0 1. It usually occurs about three to five centimetres proximal to the radio-carpal joint with posterior and lateral displacement of the distal fragment resulting in the characteristic “dinner fork” or “bayonet” poutea deformity.
Retrieved from ” https: American Academy of Poutesu Surgeons. The fracture is most commonly caused by people falling onto a hard surface and breaking their fall with outstretched hand FOOSH —falling with wrists flexed would lead to a Smith’s fracture.
Sign up for a free Medical News Today account to customize your medical and health news experiences. Most fractures are therefore dorsally angulated and impacted. Younger patients who sustain Colles fractures have usually been involved in high impact pouteeau or have fallen, e.
However, the term now tends to be used loosely to describe any fracture of the distal radius, with or without involvement of the ulnathat has dorsal displacement of the fracture fragments. Any data you provide will be primarily stored and processed in the United States, pursuant to the laws of the United States, which may provide lesser privacy protections than European Economic Area countries. Check for errors and try again.
A fracture with mild angulation and displacement may require closed reduction. About Blog Go ad-free.
However, gracture can be some long-term problems. On the other hand, breaks caused by tripping or falling occur in older adults, as their bones can be more brittle.
You can also scroll through stacks with your mouse wheel or the keyboard arrow keys. Those at risk of breaks, such as older people with osteoporosis or those who have problems with their balance, can wear wrist guards. Pain is often moderate, and the doctor may advise using ice packs, elevating the arm, and taking non-prescription painkillers.
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Colles fracture: Causes, symptoms, and diagnosis
This process is known as open reduction. Does magnesium hold the key to vitamin D benefits? Views Read Edit View history. Fractures and cartilage injuries Sx2— In order to render special homage to this visionary surgeon, the author propose to folles to the nosologic entity “fore-arm bone fractude the qualificative of “Pouteau’s fractures”, or to associate to every fracture of the fore-arm described by any other author the name of the Lyons surgeon!
Colles fracture is a common fracture in people with osteoporosissecond only to vertebral fractures. This surgeon from Lyons wrote a paper published fracturs his posthumous works in Most Colles fractures are secondary to a fall on an outstretched hand FOOSH with a pronated forearm in dorsiflexion the position one adopts when trying to break a forward fall.