Kienbock

Kien·böck

(kēn'bōk),
Robert, Austrian roentgenologist, 1871-1953. See: Kienböck disease, Kienböck unit.
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56,57) It has been most commonly reported in the femoral head, (56-58) although atypical presentations have been reported, including Kienbock disease.
Chung, "A historical report on Robert Kienbock (1871-1953) and Kienbock's Disease," The Journal of Hand Surgery, vol.
Imakiire, "Lunate excision, capitate osteotomy, and intercarpal arthrodesis for advanced Kienbock disease: long-term follow-up," Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery A, vol.
Kienbock's disease, also known as lunatomalacia, was first described in the literature by Robert Kienbock in 1910 as ligamentous trauma to the lunate resulting in the interruption of internal arterial supply to the bone.
In 1910, Kienbock theorized that lunatomalacia was a result of traumatic rupture of the ligaments surrounding the lunate with associated disruption of the internal blood supply to the lunate.
pain on end extension: occult ganglion, Kienbock disease, flexor carpi radialis (FCR) tendonitis
Kienbock hastaligi, el bileginin hiperekstansiyon zorlamasi sonucu gelisen lunat kemigin osteonekrozudur (3).
Kienbock hastaligi, artikuler osteokondrozlar grubunda siniflandirilan, lunat kemikte nekroz, ilerleyici parcalanma ve kemigin ic mimarisinde kollaps ile karakterize, nihayetinde proksimal karpal siranin bozulmasi ve el bilegi osteoartriti ile sonuclanan bir lunat kemik patolojisidir (2,3).
INTRODUCTION: Kienbocks disease is osteonecrosis of lunate bone, it progresses slowly to various stages of disease, eventually lunate bone collapses, altering surrounding carpal bone architecture.
The imaging was compatible with type 3 b kienbocks disease.