Fig A:  Despite conventional wisdom, these images demonstrate that rereduction of both-bone forearm fractures produces satisfactory outcomes, with apex angulations less than 5 degrees. Rereduction also costs less than surgery.

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Rereduction Proves Effective, Reduces Cost of Treating Both-Bone Forearm Fractures in Children

Forearm fractures of both the radius and ulna can be treated with a less invasive, more conservative approach called rereduction—a procedure that is as effective as surgery but delivers up to 50 percent cost savings.

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