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Carpal tunnel compression symptoms are common secondary to forced hyperextension of the wrist, as well as SECTION II: CLINICAL CASES 35 local hematoma formation, impingement by fracture fragments, and increased compartment pressures. Finally, after a complete and thorough exam is performed and documented, the fracture should be immobilized, regardless of whether it meets requirements for operative fixation. This is typically performed by cast or splint immobilization. APPROACH TO: Distal Radius Fracture DEFINITIONS COLLES FRACTURE: An eponym originally describing extraarticular fractures of the distal radius.
In younger individuals with the same injury, open reduction and internal fixation may be attempted, as younger patients will typically have better bone stock and blood supply than their older counterparts. Additionally, younger individuals have higher physical demands than are typically tolerated by current shoulder prostheses. HOW IS THE DIAGNOSIS CONFIRMED? Although confirming the diagnosis of a traumatic fracture may be as simple as acquiring an x-ray of the affected bone, many injuries and diseases relevant to orthopaedics SECTION I: HOW TO APPROACH CLINICAL PROBLEMS 17 have complicated workups and diagnoses that physicians-in-training must be familiar with.
In general, they are less symptomatic in the acute phase and are sometimes found incidentally in the elderly during workup for unrelated pathology. They may also be seen as the sequelae of strong involuntary muscle contractions such as those caused by seizures or electric shock, when the strong pericapsular muscles responsible for internal rotation (latissimus dorsi, pectoralis major, and subscapularis) overpower the relatively weaker external rotators. A reverse Hill-Sachs lesion may be seen on the anteromedial aspect of the humeral head following posterior dislocation.