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Figure 3: The various angles to assess in distal radius fractures. (a) Radial inclination (RI) (normal, 22°). (b) Radial length (RL) (normal, 12 mm). (c) Ulnar variance (UV) (normal, 0 to −2 mm). (d) Radial tilt (RT) (normal, 11° volar).

Figure 3: The various angles to assess in distal radius fractures. (a) Radial inclination (RI) (normal, 22°). (b) Radial length (RL) (normal, 12 mm). (c) Ulnar variance (UV) (normal, 0 to −2 mm). (d) Radial tilt (RT) (normal, 11° volar).