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

2020-08-20T23:13:12+00:00

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+00:00

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

2020-08-20T23:10:04+00:00

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 arthodesis 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 Arthrodesis2020-08-20T23:10:04+00:00

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

2020-08-20T22:53:28+00:00

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 a 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 Arthrodesis2020-08-20T22:53:28+00:00

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

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

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+00:00

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

2020-08-20T22:59:22+00:00

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) plate2020-08-20T22:59:22+00:00

Four-Corner Arthrodesis with a Radiolucent Locking Dorsal Circular Plate

2020-08-20T23:01:23+00:00

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+00:00
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