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Fig. 1 | BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders

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From: Long-term radiographic outcomes and functional evaluation of ulnar shortening osteotomy in patients with ulnar impaction syndrome and reverse oblique sigmoid notch: a retrospective case series study

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DRUJ Tolat types. a. Type 1, parallel: the sigmoid notch is parallel to the long axis of the ulna within ±10°; b. Type 2, oblique: the sigmoid notch has an oblique angle facing proximally > 10°; c. Type 3, reverse oblique: the sigmoid notch has a reverse oblique angle facing distally > 10

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