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130 Possible Causes for Bowing of Radius

  • Exostosis

    Bowing of the radius with ulnar deviation of the wrist. Shortening of the metacarpals and finger phalanges. Subluxation of the radial head.[]

  • Leri-Weill Dyschondrosteosis

    […] of radius Coxa valga Dislocated ulna Dislocation of ulna at wrist elbow or both Distal hypoplasia of the dorsally dislocated ulna leading to a widened gap between radius[] Expression is variable and consistently more severe in females, who frequently display the Madelung deformity of the forearm (shortening and bowing of the radius with dorsal[] […] of the radius more so than the ulna in the forearms and bowing of the tibia while sparing the fibula.[]

  • Madelung Deformity

    Diminished forearm rotation is likely related to carpal malalignment, a fixed pronated deformity of the distal radius, and dorsal bowing of the radius.[] […] of the radius with resultant deformity, pain and decreased grip strength.[] Madelung deformity is due to premature closure or defective development of the ulnar third of the distal epiphysis of the radius .[]

  • Hereditary Multiple Exostoses

    […] of the radius with ulnar deviation of the wrist, and subluxation of the radiocapitellar joint.[] […] the radius and development of a pseudo-Madelung deformity).[] The most common deformities include short stature, limb-length discrepancies, valgus deformities of the knee and ankle, asymmetry of the pectoral and pelvic girdles, bowing[]

  • Joint Dislocation

    Borden S (1975) Roentgen recognition of acute plastic bowing of the forearm in children. AJR 125:524 Google Scholar 5.[] Caravias DE (1957) Some observations on congenital dislocation of the head of the radius. J Bone Joint Surg [Br] 39:86 Google Scholar 6.[]

  • Leri's Pleonosteosis Syndrome

    A skeletal dysplasia, more severe in females and with a female preponderance, characterized by bowing of radius, dorsal dislocation of the distal ulna with limited movement[] […] dys·chon·dros·te·o·sis ( dis'kon-dros'tē-ō'sis ), [MIM*127300] A skeletal dysplasia, more severe in females and with a female preponderance, characterized by bowing of radius[] Found on dyschondrosteosis A bone dysplasia characterised by bowing of the radius, dorsal dislocation of the distal ulna and proximal carpal bones, and mesomelic dwarfism;[]

  • High Myopia-Sensorineural Deafness Syndrome

    Skiagrams of head, dorsolumbar spine, pelvis, both lower limbs and upper limbs revealed calvarial thickening, mild platyspondyly and outward bowing of radius and ulna.[]

  • Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

    In longstanding arthritis of the wrist in JRA, there is shortening of the ulna, which results in bowing of the radius and in ulnar deviation of the wrist [ 49 ].[]

  • Elbow Fracture

    X-RAYS The head of the radius is dislocated forwards, and there is a fracture of the upper third of the ulna with forward bowing.[] Clinical features ulnar deformity is usually obvious the dislocated head of radius is masked by swelling.[] The radial head usually dislocates forwards and the upper third of the ulna fractures and bows forwards. Sometimes the causal force is hyperextension 44.[]

  • Mesomelic Dysplasia, Kantaputra Type

    Malformed calcaneus Malformed talus Mesomelic limb shortening Normal metacarpals Normal phalanges Radial bowing Shortened fibula Shortened radius Shortened tibia Tarsal synostoses[] Radiographs show a very short ulna with a cuboidal shape and a short and bowed radius. The feet are very abnormal in an extended position.[] […] of the radius.[]

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