Chronic distal radiocubital instability.

The function of this joint is the rotation of the forearm or pronosupination, for which joint and synchronous work of the distal and proximal radio-ulnar joints is necessary.

ARCD instability can be divided into 3 categories: bone injury, soft tissue injury, or combined injury to both structures.

In this case it is a ligamentous injury, and that is why in this case it was treated by ligamentoplasty.

Dr. Sergi Barrera @dr.sergibarrera

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Dr. Gerald Diaz
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