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Excision of the trapezium with Gelfoam interposition was performed in 35 thumbs, 34 of which were evaluated after an average 5 years. Twenty-four patients had unilateral procedures. The follow-up examination included a standardized questionnaire and clinical and radiological examinations. Pain relief was achieved in all cases. The patients considered that… (More)
A number of navigation systems used for total knee replacement surgery currently require the insertion of a distal femoral reference sensor pin, which is placed anterior to posterior just superior to the level of the knee joint. There is potential for the posterior neurovascular bundle to be damaged during the insertion of this sensor device. The aim of… (More)
Isolated thumb carpometacarpal joint dislocation in the pediatric age group is very rare. We report on a child who suffered this injury and was treated conservatively with excellent outcome.