Naghi Ahangar Kiasi

Department of Medicine, School of Medicine, Urmia University of Medical Sciences, Urmia, Iran


  • Research   
    Comparison of Clinical Outcomes in Distal Radius Extraarticular Fractures with or without Ulnar Styloid Fracture
    Author(s): Mir Bahram Safari*, Ali Tabrizi and Naghi Ahangar Kiasi

    Introduction: Distal radius fracture is the most common fracture in adults. The studies conducted on the effect of ulnar styloid fracture along with extra-articular fracture have yielded different results. Thus, the objective of this research was to evaluate the clinical outcomes in distal radius extra-articular fractures with without ulnar styloid fracture. Method and Materials: In a cross-sectional analytical study, all patients aged 20-60 years with distal radius extra-articular fractures were evaluated and divided into two groups based on presence or absence of simultaneous fracture of the ulnar styloid process fracture. All patients underwent one type of surgery. Six months after treatment, all wrist movements, and hand griping strength and pain score were measured and compared. Chi-square and independent t-test were used to analyze the.. Read More»

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