PMID: 591035Aug 1, 1977

An unusual cause of blocked reduction of the Galeazzi injury

Injury
N E Cetti

Abstract

Two cases of the Galeazzi lesion are described, in which a mechanical block to closed reduction of the dislocated inferior radio-ulnar joint was encountered. This does not seem to have been described before.

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