Amanda M. Carraher

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Congenital symmastia is distressing and difficult to treat, and traditional surgical modalities have met with limited success. We present a novel approach for a patient that failed all traditional surgical options. The anatomic deformity is analyzed using a modified version of Blondeel's 3-step analysis (conus, footprint, and skin envelope, to which we(More)
PURPOSE: Carpal tunnel syndrome is a common cause of upper extremity discomfort. Surgical release of the median nerve can be performed under general or local anesthetic, with or without a tourniquet. Wide-awake carpal tunnel release (CTR) (local anesthesia, no sedation) is gaining popularity. Tourniquet discomfort is a reported downside. This study reviews(More)
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