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The wrist consists of eight small bones and forms a complex joint with both bones of the forearm.

The most common problems include post-traumatic conditions – incorrectly healed fractures, injuries to ligaments and tendons, and subsequent osteoarthritis.

We resolve unhealed or incorrectly healed fractures by corrective surgery, replace injured ligaments, partially or completely strengthen joints in osteoarthritis, or replace joints with endoprostheses.