What we are studying
The human forearm consists of two bones, the radius and the ulna, that have a special relationship to one another. Fracture of both of these bones in adults is usually a traumatic injury that requires surgical fixation to realign the bones into their proper positions. Patient satisfaction and outcomes of physicians’ procedures are of increasing concern in today’s society. This concern drives our purpose for the study, which is to determine if certain factors contribute to a better recovery for patients after a fracture of the radius and ulna.
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