H J Päzolt

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In a retrospective study 674 nerve injuries of the upper limb were analysed, which were treated by operative management in 10 hospitals of the GDR. The median nerve (226 cases) and the ulnar nerve (209 cases) most were frequently concerned. 427 injured nerves were reconstructed primary or early secondary. In 46.3% epineural nerve suture was performed and in(More)
When it comes to injuries of the collateral ligament in the metacarpal-phalangeal joint of the thumb, the best results have proved to be obtainable from primary surgery. Secondary ligament surgery according to Strandel, in its modification by Bäuerle and Reill, has its clear-cut indication and ensures restoration of thumb functionality. Arthrodesis is an(More)