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Madelung deformity
Dr/ Hytham Nafady
Definition
• Defective development of the inner one
third of the distal radial epiphysis.
Etiology
• Unknown, it can be a part of
• Turner syndrome or
• Dyschondrosteosis (Madelung
deformity & mesomeric dwarfism)...
Demographics
• It is more common in adolescent females.
Radiological features:
Distribution:
• Usually bilateral.
Plain x-ray
Plain x-ray
PA

Lateral

Distal radial
epiphysis

Medial tilting

Volar tilting

Radius

Lateral bowing

Dorsal bowing

Di...
Bayonet configuration
MRI

Hypertrophy of the short
radiolunate ligament
Madelung deformity
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  1. 1. Madelung deformity Dr/ Hytham Nafady
  2. 2. Definition • Defective development of the inner one third of the distal radial epiphysis.
  3. 3. Etiology • Unknown, it can be a part of • Turner syndrome or • Dyschondrosteosis (Madelung deformity & mesomeric dwarfism).
  4. 4. Demographics • It is more common in adolescent females.
  5. 5. Radiological features: Distribution: • Usually bilateral.
  6. 6. Plain x-ray
  7. 7. Plain x-ray PA Lateral Distal radial epiphysis Medial tilting Volar tilting Radius Lateral bowing Dorsal bowing Distal ulnar epiphysis Lateral tilting Ulna Carpal bones Dorsal displacement Wedge shaped, with Volar displacement lunate subsidance (Bayonet configuration)
  8. 8. Bayonet configuration
  9. 9. MRI Hypertrophy of the short radiolunate ligament
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