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AbstractThe Madelung deformity of the wrist arises from premature closure of the medial and volar aspect of the distal radial physis. True Madelung deformities reveal the presence of a "Vickers" ligament which is a short, volar, radioulnar ligament. Clinically, patients report increasing deformity, pain, and poor range of motion. Radiological features include increased radial inclination, volar tilt of the distal radius, and a positive ulnar variance. Surgical intervention usually comprisesdoi:10.1055/s-0039-1685488 pmid:31192036 pmcid:PMC6546486 fatcat:24z2isjlhvdo7mxymep327etgy