Long-term Outcomes of Proximal Row Carpectomy: a Minimum of 15-Year Follow-Up

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Mir H Ali, MD; Marco Rizzo, MD; Alexander Y Shin, MD and Steven L Moran, MD Hand, 7(1), 72-78 Abstract: Introduction: Proximal row carpectomy (PRC) is a popular procedure for the treatmet of wrist arthritis; however, the long-term clinical outcomes of this procedure are not well characterized. The purpose of this

Long-term Outcomes of Proximal Row Carpectomy: a Minimum of 15-Year Follow-Up2020-08-20T23:13:12-07:00

Clinical Outcomes of Scaphoid and Triquetral Excision With Capitolunate Arthrodesis Versus Scaphoid Excision and Four-Corner Arthrodesis

2021-03-05T17:05:50-08:00

Rudnick B, Goljan P, Pruzansky J, Bachoura A, Jacoby S, Rekant M The Journal of Hand Surgery, 34(8), 1407-1412, October 2009 Purpose: To compare the clinical outcomes of scaphoid and triquetral excision combined with capitolunate arthrodesis versus 4-corner (capitate, hamate, lunate, triquetrum) intercarpal arthrodesis. Methods: We retrospectively identified 50 patients with

Clinical Outcomes of Scaphoid and Triquetral Excision With Capitolunate Arthrodesis Versus Scaphoid Excision and Four-Corner Arthrodesis2021-03-05T17:05:50-08:00

Biomechanical comparison of the holding strenght of a Peek Optima Circular Plate vs a Stainless Steel Oblique T-Plate for Radioscapholunate Arthrodesis

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Isaacs, J., M.D., Yen Shipley, N., M.D., Owen, J., M.D., Patterson Owings, F., B.A., Wayne, J., PhD. The Journal of Hand Surgery, 33(10), 1765-1769, December 2008 Purpose: Radioscapholuate arthrodesis is an accepted treatment for posttraumatic radiocarpal arthritis that preserves some wrist motion. Good results are dependent on secure fixation while avoiding

Biomechanical comparison of the holding strenght of a Peek Optima Circular Plate vs a Stainless Steel Oblique T-Plate for Radioscapholunate Arthrodesis2021-03-04T17:08:46-08:00

Biomechanical comparison of three fixation techniques used for four-corner arthrodesis

2020-08-20T22:57:12-07:00

J. Kraisarin, MD; D.G. Dennison, MD; L.J. Berglund, BS; K.N. An, PhD and Alex Y. Shin, MD  Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume), 36(7), 560-567. Sept 7, 2011 Abstract: Clinical results following four-corner arthrodesis vary and suggest that nonunion may be related to certain fixation techniques. The purpose of our study

Biomechanical comparison of three fixation techniques used for four-corner arthrodesis2020-08-20T22:57:12-07:00

The rate of successful four-corner arthrodesis with a locking, dorsal circular polyether-ether-ketone (PEEK-Optima) plate

2021-03-05T17:02:04-08:00

Rhee PC, Shin AY Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume), 38(7), 767-773. Feb 6, 2013 Abstract: The purpose of this study is to evaluate the rate of union after four-corner arthrodesis with a locking, dorsal circular plate comprised of polyether-ether-ketone. A retrospective review was conducted of all patients who underwent four-corner

The rate of successful four-corner arthrodesis with a locking, dorsal circular polyether-ether-ketone (PEEK-Optima) plate2021-03-05T17:02:04-08:00

Four-Corner Arthrodesis with a Radiolucent Locking Dorsal Circular Plate

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Rudnick B, Goljan P, Pruzansky J, Bachoura A, Jacoby S, Rekant M Technique and Outcomes. Hand, 9(3), 315-321, September 2014 Abstract: Background: Scaphoid excision and four-corner arthrodesis (FCA) is an acceptable motion sparing procedure used to treat wrist arthritis. Recently, a locking dorsal circular plate composed of polyether-ether-ketone has been introduced (Xpode, TriMed,

Four-Corner Arthrodesis with a Radiolucent Locking Dorsal Circular Plate2020-08-20T23:01:23-07:00
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