Oblique Capitate Fracture of the Wrist


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Abstract

Capitate fractures, which usually occur at the head or neck, interrupt the intraosseous circulation to the proximal fragment, creating risks of fracture nonunion and avascular necrosis. Kirschner wire and screw fixation are successful in the treatment of these rare but serious injuries.

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