Barton fracture

Bar·ton frac·ture

(bar'tŏn),
Fracture of the distal radius with volar subluxation or dislocation of the radiocarpal joint.

Barton´s fracture

A fracture of the articular tip of the distal radius with the separated fragment containing a margin of displaced articular cartilage, which may be associated with carpal subluxation in a dorsal or volar direction.

Bar·ton frac·ture

(bahr'tŏn frak'shŭr)
Break in the distal radius with volar subluxation or dislocation of the radiocarpal joint.

Barton,

John Rhea, U.S. surgeon, 1794-1871.
Barton bandage - a figure-of-eight bandage supporting the mandible below and anteriorly.
Barton blade
Barton dressing
Barton forceps - obstetrical forceps with one fixed curved blade and a hinged anterior blade for application to a high transverse head.
Barton fracture - fracture of the distal radius with dislocation of the radiocarpal joint.
Barton hook
Barton operation
Barton sling
Barton tongs
Barton traction handle
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Owing to obvious revealing of fracture, gross pain and limitation of motion along with awareness and improvements in medical care, delayed presentation of volar barton fracture is extremely rare.
4) Volar plating of Barton fracture introduced by Ellis (5) continues to be a useful addition in the armamentarium for treatment of distal radius fractures.