volar


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volar

[′vō·lər]
(anatomy)
Pertaining to, or on the same side as, the palm of the hand or the sole of the foot.
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Volar Mobile has impacted my business in the best ways possible, says Steve Harrer, Owner, Antioch Indoor Sports Center and a Volar Loyalty customer.
The dorsal and volar distal radioulnar ligaments, the main components of dorsal and volar marginal portions of TFC, respectively, extended from dorsal and volar rims of the sigmoid notch to the base of the ulnar styloid process.
Volar locking plates versus K-wire fixation of dorsally displaced distal radius fractures-a functional outcome study.
23] It can leads to alterations in normal anatomic and biomechanical relations of distal radius, incongruency at DRUJ and DRCJ with changes in volar tilt and ulnar variance, loss of relative length and rotational deformity, which can finally lead to change in load concentration, shift of forces to volar position, decreased ROM, ulnocarpal impingement, changing the carpal tunnel direction, angulations in the flexor tendons, decreasing the grip strength and leading to post-traumatic arthrosis and diminished function.
The small sample size is a result of the volar approach being preferred for the majority of radial shaft fractures.
A standard volar approach through the bed of flexor carpi radialis had been performed in all cases.
In the XCSR group, in comparison with the contralateral wrist, the following values were achieved: volar flexion, 82.
Pre- and postreduction radiological findings (mean volar tilt, radial height, radial inclination and articular stepoff) are presented in Table 3.
Closed reduction under general anesthesia was unsuccessful therefore, he was operated via volar approach to gain access to lunate.
Pain was more prominent on the volar aspect of his right hand on the ulnar side.