David A Bozentka

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The purpose of this study was to evaluate the difference in the outcomes of patients with a well-perfused hand who were taken to the operating room (OR) within 6 hours of forearm arterial injury vs patients who were treated in a semiurgent fashion. A review of 201 consecutive patients who were taken to the OR with forearm-level radial or ulnar arterial(More)
BACKGROUND Avulsion of the flexor digitorum profundus tendon is a common injury to the hand that virtually always requires surgical repair for restoration of normal finger function. CASE DESCRIPTION We report a case of a Type III flexor digitorum profundus tendon avulsion in which the patient refused surgery yet attained nearly full active ROM and an(More)
Although small finger intra-articular carpometacarpal joint fractures are relatively common hand injuries, few studies in the orthopedic literature report their clinical outcomes. The goal of this study was to analyze the rate of symptomatic posttraumatic arthritis following small finger intra-articular carpometacarpal joint fractures. The authors performed(More)
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