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Fig. 2

From: Arthroscopic-assisted reduction, bone grafting and screw fixation across the scapholunate joint for proximal pole scaphoid nonunion

Fig. 2

A 20-year-old male. (Case 17) (a) and (b) Radiograph and MRI 7 months after the fracture event showing the left proximal scaphoid nonunion. (c) Arthroscopic bone grafting. (d) Radiographs at the postoperative 1-month follow-up. (e) and (f) Radiograph and MRI at postoperative 7 years, revealing a solid union. (The screw was removed 8 months after surgery). (g) and (h) The patient regained good range of motion of the wrist

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