volar


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volar

 [vo´lar]
pertaining to the sole or palm; indicating the flexor surface of the forearm, wrist, or hand.

vo·lar

(vō'lăr), [TA]
Referring to the vola; denoting either the palm of the hand or sole of the foot.
Synonym(s): volaris [TA]

volar

(vō′lər)
adj.
Of or relating to the sole of the foot or the palm of the hand.

vo·lar

(vō'lăr) [TA]
Referring to the vola; denoting either the palm of the hand or sole of the foot.

volar

Pertaining to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot.

volar

pertaining to the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot.
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In a study of 182 distal radius fracture volar plating fixation involving 10 hand surgeons, there was 8 % PCBMN crossing or perforating the FCR tendon sheath.
Volar tracks real-time and historical analytics to give clients data for decisions and strategic planning.
Several internal fixation techniques have been suggested in literature among which intramedullary nailing recently emerged as having better or equal outcome with the advantage of minimum soft-tissue dissection and short operation time compared to standard internal fixation methods like volar plating.10,21
This view will also demonstrate dorsal or volar intercalated segment instability deformities, however, further discussion of these patterns and their treatment is outside the scope of this review.
Schlur, "Acute isolated volar dislocation of the distal radio-ulnar joint: case report and literature review," Chirurgie de la Main, vol.
In supine position with arm in the side table via volar approach under fluoroscopic guidance between palmaris longus and flexor carpi radialis the wrist was opened.
[8] found that the central and slightly ulnar screws of more commonly used volar plate models were most likely to include the extensor pollicis longus tendon in their k-wire and screw trajectory.
All adult patients with closed, intra-articular distalradius fractures with post-reduction articular step of >2 mm; sagittal plane angulation >15 (as measured from the anatomical volar tilted position) were included.8 Skeletally immature patients, as identified by growth plates on X-rays, and those who had neurological illness or other concomitant hand injuries or fractures were excluded.
Those with displaced fractures receive urgent treatment at the in-patient and emergency department of the center, involving reduction of the fracture under local anesthesia (10 ml 1 % Mesocaine injected into the fracture site) and immobilization of the extremity with a dorsal and a volar plaster splint.
Entonces despego de las aguas y comenzo a volar. Mientras realizaba en el aire acrobacias admirables para llamar la atencion, pensaba que si esto le fallaba, ya no le quedaban hazanas para volver a sentarse a la mesa de comer.
According to the company, with more than 10 years of clinical experience treating distal radius fractures using the volar approach, the DVR plate and instrumentation continue to refine fracture fixation.