Giovanni B., Italian surgeon, 1762-1815. See: Monteggia fracture.
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Vernon; two sisters, Marcella Zinzilieta of Dewey, Ariz., and Marie Monteggia of Coello; and several nieces and nephews.
Neglected Monteggia fracture dislocations in children: a systematic review.
Of these, 40 patients had previous elbow trauma or surgery, including elbow dislocation, radial head fracture, olecranon fracture, Monteggia fracture, distal humeral fracture, and unknown injuries treated either by nonoperative or open reduction internal fixation at least one year before, without obvious infection, elbow deformity, instability, or remaining stiffness.
The differential diagnosis of right elbow injury included fractures of the supracondylar area, medial condyle or lateral condyle of humerus, elbow dislocation, Monteggia or Monteggia variant fracture dislocation.
Monteggia, "Long-term behavioural and molecular alterations associated with maternal separation in rats," The European Journal of Neuroscience, vol.
Monteggia fracture is a rare fracture that is observed in only 0.4% of all forearm fractures [2].
Exclusion criteria were metaphyseal fractures and Monteggia or Galeazzi fracture-dislocations.
Luciana Sonne (1) * Eduardo Conceicao de Oliveira (2) Fernando Froner Argenta (1) Rafael Souza Monteggia (3) Laerte Ferreiro (4) Uwe Rosier (5) Olivia Kershaw (6) David Driemeier (1)
Lisa Monteggia, a professor of neuroscience at UT Southwestern's O'Donnell Brain Institute, said in the press release.