Surgical interventions for treating distal radial fractures in adults

  • Withdrawn
  • Review
  • Intervention

Authors

  • Helen HG Handoll,

    Corresponding author
    1. University of Teesside, Centre for Rehabilitation Sciences (CRS), Research Institute for Health Sciences and Social Care, Middlesborough, Tees Valley, UK
    • Helen HG Handoll, Centre for Rehabilitation Sciences (CRS), Research Institute for Health Sciences and Social Care, University of Teesside, School of Health and Social Care, Middlesborough, Tees Valley, TS1 3BA, UK. h.handoll@tees.ac.uk. H.Handoll@ed.ac.uk.

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  • Rajan Madhok

    1. University of Manchester, Cochrane Bone, Joint and Muscle Trauma Group, Manchester, UK
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Reason for withdrawal from publication

Due to its size and complexity, this review is not being updated but has been split into five reviews. Four of these have been published: "Bone grafts and bone substitutes for treating distal radial fractures in adults", "Different methods of external fixation for treating distal radial fractures in adults", "External fixation versus conservative treatment for distal radial fractures in adults" and "Percutaneous pinning for treating distal radial fractures in adults". The protocol for the fifth review, "Internal fixation and comparisons of different fixation methods for treating distal radial fractures in adults", is also available, with the review due in 2010.

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