Webinar: Fractures of the Distal Radius: Current State-of-the Art

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 Boyer  Charlesgoldfarbmd2  Oseid 4005 72 Rozental 

 Martin I

Boyer, MD

 Charles A

Goldfarb, MD

 Daniel A

Osei, MD

 Tamara D

Rozental, MD

Agenda: 

7:30 pm: Intro:  Dr. Boyer

7:35 pm: Radiographic evaluation, closed reduction and relevant parameters to gauge reduction -Dr. Osei

7:50pm: Joint depression fractures and relevant considerations - Dr. Goldfarb

8:05pm: Complications: nerves, tendons and pain syndromes - Dr. Rozenthal

8:20pm: Q & A - All Faculty

8:30pm: Webinar concludes


Learning Objectives: 

1. Understand and describe the patterns of distal radius fractures, and the implications for reduction and fixation for each type

2. Outline the currently accepted measures of reduction of fractures of the distal radius, in terms of frontal and sagittal angulation, articular height, ulnar shortening, and metaphyseal translation

3. Describe the surgical approaches utilized for placement of internal fixation, and their respective uses and complications

4. Outline the common complications following operative and non-operative fractures of the distal radius, and the investigation and treatment of these complications