Reverse Barton fracture
Reverse Barton fractures, also known as volar type Barton fractures, represents an intra-articular distal radial fracture with volar displacement.
In fact, the reverse Barton fracture is a type II Smith fracture: intra-articular oblique distal radial fracture 1-2.
For a discussion of this fracture refer to the article on Smith fractures.
Wrist and hand fractures
- wrist and hand fractures (Amsterdam wrist rules)
- distal radial fracture (Frykman classification)
- distal ulna fractures
- fracture dislocations of the radius and ulna
- carpal fractures
- metacarpal fractures
- phalanx fractures