Salvage of Failed Resection Arthroplasties of the Distal Radioulnar Joint Using an Ulnar Head Prosthesis: Long-term Results
The Journal of Hand Surgery, 06/22/2012
Van Schoonhoven J et al. – The previously reported short–term results with the Herbert prosthesis did not deteriorate in the long term. Reconstruction of the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) with this prosthesis in painful radioulnar impingement following ulnar head resection is a reliable and reproducible procedure with lasting results.