Eric Vanderhooft

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In the early half of this century, nerve grafting was not thought to be a viable option in the management of nerve injuries. With modern techniques, patients now can expect useful recovery of sensory and motor function following nerve grafting of peripheral nerves. By providing standardized and quantifiable data, investigators may combine their clinical(More)
Fractures of the hip following seizure are uncommon but may have devastating consequences if allowed to go unrecognized. The presence of groin pain suggests hip pathology, but the ability to ambulate does not necessarily rule out fracture. Sprains around joints are common; hip sprains are not. Given the powerful contractions that occur with convulsions,(More)
Twenty cadaveric fingers and five thumbs were injected through a midaxial approach, a palmar approach superficial to the flexor tendon, and a palmar approach deep to the tendon, to assess the ability of these approaches to infiltrate the flexor tendon sheath successfully. With care to observe proper positioning of the needle, we were able to achieve(More)
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