What is Dislocation of the lunate bone and the proximal half of the navicular bone (fracture de Quervin)?
In this type of damage, the lunate bone and the proximal half of the navicular bone are dislocated in the palmar side, the capitate bone is displaced proximally and articulates with the radius. In its essence, such a damage is a self-created and transformed translocation-perilunar dislocation of the hand.
Dislocation of the lunate and scaphoid bones
Both bones are shifted to the palmar side. The capitate is displaced in the proximal direction and articulates with the radius. This damage is a self-transformed periame-lunar dislocation of the hand.
Treatment of Dislocation of the lunate bone and the proximal half of the navicular bone (fracture de Kerven)
Reposition is produced in the same way as for the dislocation of the lunate bone, and further treatment, as in the fracture of the navicular bone.
Dislocation of lunate and navicular bone
The treatment is carried out by analogy with the dislocation of the lunate bone. From the first days after the reduction of any dislocation in the wrist joint, they prescribe movements in the joints of the fingers, and after removing the plaster splint, in the wrist joint; they carry out massage, paraffin-ceric applications and other physiotherapeutic procedures.