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- Malunited Fractures in the HandJournal of Hand SurgeryVol. 39Issue 2
- PreviewPosttraumatic deformity of a tubular bone in the hand after malunion can impact function due to alteration in mobility, strength, or associated pain. Surgical intervention is often indicated, with the surgical options based on both the type and location of the deformity, as well as any associated articular, tendon, or soft tissue constraints. This article provides a management approach based on the deformity classification, location, and any associated conditions.