This issue will include 16 articles, which will provide an overview of the biomechanics of the procedure, several surgical options (including how to perform the operation on a fully-awake patient), as well as some novel approaches and a review of one doctoras patient outcomes over the past 30 years.Eissens and colleagues47 experienced problems with extensor lags and the need for wrist level tenodesis surgery. They used the traditional zone V to VII static forearmbased orthosis with dynamic digital traction and wrist mobilization.
|Title||:||Tendon Repair and Reconstruction, An Issue of Hand Clinics,|
|Author||:||Jin Bo Tang, Steve K. Lee|
|Publisher||:||Elsevier Health Sciences - 2013-05-19|