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Traumatic Isolated Trapezium Dislocation without Fracture: A Case Report and Review of the Literature.

Kenyon RM, Kelly EG, Padinjarathala B - Case Rep Orthop (2016)

Bottom Line: There are sixteen cases to date reported in the literature.The management of these cases has varied from complete excision to open or closed reduction, with or without percutaneous wiring.This paper presents a case of an isolated dislocation of the trapezium without fracture, managed with closed reduction and percutaneous wiring, resulting in a good functional outcome.

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Affiliation: Trauma and Orthopaedics Department, University Hospital Waterford, Waterford, Ireland.

ABSTRACT
Isolated dislocation of the trapezium is an uncommon injury. There are sixteen cases to date reported in the literature. The management of these cases has varied from complete excision to open or closed reduction, with or without percutaneous wiring. This paper presents a case of an isolated dislocation of the trapezium without fracture, managed with closed reduction and percutaneous wiring, resulting in a good functional outcome.

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Mentions: The AP radiograph reveals disruption of the continuation of arc I between the proximal border of the triquetrum and the proximal border of the trapezium, with the trapezium displaced in a radial direction (Figure 1). This represents a volar dislocation of the trapezium. There was no associated fracture of the trapezium or any other associated bony injuries.


Traumatic Isolated Trapezium Dislocation without Fracture: A Case Report and Review of the Literature.

Kenyon RM, Kelly EG, Padinjarathala B - Case Rep Orthop (2016)

Preoperative radiographs.
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fig1: Preoperative radiographs.
Mentions: The AP radiograph reveals disruption of the continuation of arc I between the proximal border of the triquetrum and the proximal border of the trapezium, with the trapezium displaced in a radial direction (Figure 1). This represents a volar dislocation of the trapezium. There was no associated fracture of the trapezium or any other associated bony injuries.

Bottom Line: There are sixteen cases to date reported in the literature.The management of these cases has varied from complete excision to open or closed reduction, with or without percutaneous wiring.This paper presents a case of an isolated dislocation of the trapezium without fracture, managed with closed reduction and percutaneous wiring, resulting in a good functional outcome.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Trauma and Orthopaedics Department, University Hospital Waterford, Waterford, Ireland.

ABSTRACT
Isolated dislocation of the trapezium is an uncommon injury. There are sixteen cases to date reported in the literature. The management of these cases has varied from complete excision to open or closed reduction, with or without percutaneous wiring. This paper presents a case of an isolated dislocation of the trapezium without fracture, managed with closed reduction and percutaneous wiring, resulting in a good functional outcome.

No MeSH data available.


Related in: MedlinePlus