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Anatomy and biomechanics of the distal radioulnar joint.
Ulnar styloid fractures associated with distal radius fractures: incidence and implications for distal radioulnar joint instability.
The stabilizing mechanism of the distal radioulnar joint during pronation and supination.
Axial scans provide a good view of both the ulnotrochlear joint and the proximal radioulnar joint.
The most important function, however, is as a stabilizer of the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ).
The radial collateral ligament originates from the lateral epicondyle and terminates indistinguishably in the annular ligament, which stabilizes the proximal radioulnar joint (Fig.
For management of patients with posttraumatic radiocapitellar or proximal radioulnar joint dysfunction, interpositional arthroplasties using the anconeus muscle have been proposed.
It involves three joints [radiocarpal, midcarpal, and the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ)] which have relatively low inherent bony stability.
found that the ulnar rotation was retricted with the small rotation range of the brachioulnar and distal radioulnar joints and allowed a strong radial revolving force during forceful pronation and acted on the ulna.
The three articulations include the ulnotrochlear, radiocapitellar, and proximal radioulnar joints (Fig.