Authors: Rastogi P, Stewart DA, Lawson RD, Tremblay DM, Smith BJ, Tonkin MA
PMID: 30760137 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)
CONCLUSIONS: These results suggest that heparin and PGE1 administration do not improve impaired blood flow following replantation. Considering the potential complications, heparin and PGE1 following replantation do not seem necessary.
PMID: 30760153 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)
CONCLUSIONS: Good clinical results were maintained at 5 years after surgery, but progression of postoperative wrist osteoarthritis interfered with improvement of wrist flexion. Change in the radioscaphoid angle was the factor that was most highly correlated with progression of postoperative wrist osteoarthritis.
PMID: 30760138 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)
CONCLUSIONS: Based on this retrospective study of patients with zone 2 flexor tendon injuries, the clinical outcomes of modified and original Lim/Tsai techniques are comparable. As such, there is no clinical evidence favouring one over the other.
PMID: 30760154 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)
CONCLUSIONS: Local flaps are reliable operations to cover fingertip defects. Each flap has potential pitfalls, which may be avoided if the surgeon is aware of them.
PMID: 30760139 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)
CONCLUSIONS: Our results demonstrate a good range of motion following treatment, however hardware removal and tenolysis was necessary in 36% of cases.
PMID: 30760155 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)
CONCLUSIONS: Radially deviated thumb polydactyly is not simply radially deviated; the shape of the proximal phalanx of the ulnar thumb is important to determine the surgical procedure. However, our results indicated that the alignment is almost manageable, and the surgical outcome was comparable to that of patients with a proximal phalanx-type thumb polydactyly.
PMID: 30760140 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)
Authors: Sánchez-Morales GE, Anaya-Ayala JE, Serrano-Cueva MA, Salas-Torrez E, Hinojosa CA
Parkes Weber Syndrome (PWS) is a congenital disorder characterized by the presence of arteriovenous malformations (AVMs) in upper or lower extremities. We herein present a 35 year-old male with PWS with complex AVMs in the right upper extremity; he had been previously treated with multiple sessions of vessel embolization, sclerotherapy and AVM resections. The patient presented to our clinic with two month history of progressive hand ischemia, digit necrosis and infection. Angiography was performed demonstrating numerous AVMs and filiform flow through the ulnar artery with poor opacification of arterial structures in the hand. Because of advanced ischemia, soft tissue infection and o...
CONCLUSIONS: These data suggested that our technique is a successful procedure for the trapeziometacarpal joint arthrodesis. Cross-shaped bone grafts have the advantages of restoring thumb length and providing internal stabilization, especially for rotational force. No complications arose at the bone harvest site of the iliac crest. The procedure seems to be technically demanding, particularly for adapting the bone graft to perfectly match the shape of the defect.
PMID: 30760141 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)
We report a pediatric case of distally displaced nonunion. At first, the palliative repair surgery was chosen due to irreduciblity of the epicondyle fragment at 10 years old. After 2 years and 3 months wait for maturation of ossification at the trochlea, the definitive surgery consisting of epicondylectomy and ligament reconstruction was performed. This is the first pediatric case of humeral medial epicondyle nonunion with an unossified trochlea which needed a two-staged surgery. We highlight the surgical plan aimed at anatomical ligament reconstruction focusing an isometric point of MCL.
PMID: 30760157 [PubMed - in process] (Source: Hand Surgery)