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Figure 3: (a) Postoperative excellent functional outcome. Pre- and post-operative X-ray with radial height (red), radial inclination (orange), and volar tilt (yellow). Clinical assessment of range of motion – extension, flexion, supination, pronation, and measurement of grip strength. (b) Postoperative poor functional outcome. Pre- and post-operative X-ray with radial height (red), radial inclination (orange), and dorsal tilt (yellow). Clinical assessment of range of motion – extension, flexion, supination, pronation, and measurement of grip strength. (c) Postoperative good functional outcome. Pre- and post-operative X-ray with radial height (red), radial inclination (orange), and volar tilt (yellow). Clinical assessment of range of motion – extension, flexion, supination, pronation, and measurement of grip strength

Figure 3: (a) Postoperative excellent functional outcome. Pre- and post-operative X-ray with radial height (red), radial inclination (orange), and volar tilt (yellow). Clinical assessment of range of motion – extension, flexion, supination, pronation, and measurement of grip strength. (b) Postoperative poor functional outcome. Pre- and post-operative X-ray with radial height (red), radial inclination (orange), and dorsal tilt (yellow). Clinical assessment of range of motion – extension, flexion, supination, pronation, and measurement of grip strength. (c) Postoperative good functional outcome. Pre- and post-operative X-ray with radial height (red), radial inclination (orange), and volar tilt (yellow). Clinical assessment of range of motion – extension, flexion, supination, pronation, and measurement of grip strength