2007
DOI: 10.1590/s1516-31802007000300002
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Fractures of the distal radius (Colles' fracture)

Abstract: CONTEXT AND OBJECTIVE: �������� ���������������� �������� frac��r� i� a c�mm�n c�inica� �i��a�i�n f�r ��� �r���p�di��, w� did n�� find any inf�rma�i�n in ��� �i��ra��r� ��a� w���d a���w �af� d�ci�i�n-makin� �n ��� b��� �r�a�m�n� f�r �ac� frac��r� �yp�. T�� aim �f ��� pr���n� ���dy wa� �� inv���i�a�� Brazi�ian �r���p�di����� �pini�n� r��ardin� ��� main a�p�c�� �f �r�a�m�n�� f�r �������� frac��r�. DESIGN AND SETTING: �r���-��c�i�na� ���dy c�nd�c��d d�rin� ��� 34�� Brazi�ian ��n�r��� �f Or���p�dic� and Tra�ma����… Show more

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“…21 In the Frykman classification, the general mean kappa value for intraobserver agreement was satisfactory (0.55), although the radiologist physician (XRP) presented an unsatisfactory value (0.31) that was far from the other four observers. After recalculating the intraobserver kappa without the medical student (UG6) and the orthopedic resident (R3), who were less experienced evaluators, the kappa value decreased to 0.54.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…21 In the Frykman classification, the general mean kappa value for intraobserver agreement was satisfactory (0.55), although the radiologist physician (XRP) presented an unsatisfactory value (0.31) that was far from the other four observers. After recalculating the intraobserver kappa without the medical student (UG6) and the orthopedic resident (R3), who were less experienced evaluators, the kappa value decreased to 0.54.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 92%
“…In the literature, a wide variety of treatment methods for fractures of the distal extremity of the radius can be found, and this variety can be explained by the complexity of these fractures. However, there is no consensus regarding the results obtained (4) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Since we did not find any evidence favouring a specific technique for pinning or external fixation, we chose to compare the modified De Palma method and the bridging external fixation method [2,6,15]. Both of these methods are used in our country and are readily accessible methods for treatment of this type of fracture [16]. …”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%