Compared with traditional surgical procedures, wrist arthroscopy reduces the risk to patients and hastens recovery. Nevertheless, in many ways wrist arthroscopy is still in its infancy, and its indications continue to evolve. This book is devoted to the optimal use of arthroscopy in the diagnosis and treatment of wrist pathologies that give rise to ulnar pain. The correct procedure in a wide variety of settings is carefully explained in step-by-step fashion with the help of numerous detailed illustrations. Particular care is taken to cover all the important technical issues. The authors are without exception internationally acknowledged experts who draw on their considerable experience to provide readers with sound guidance on the appropriate use of arthroscopy for each indication.1.8 Courses of the dorsal branch of the ulnar nerve in a right wrist viewed from the palmar side. ... In the palmar surgical approach to the ulnar fovea in the DRUJ on either arthroscopic or open surgery, the distal type ulnar nerve can be damaged if the skin incision is put on ... Hagert investigated ligamentous junction of the ulnotriquetral and radioulnar joints and advocated the fixedpoint concept, whereanbsp;...
|Title||:||Arthroscopic Management of Ulnar Pain|
|Author||:||Francisco del Piñal|
|Publisher||:||Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-11-07|