Jennifer Kaur R Sohal

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A 47-year-old man, a fine woodworker, sustained extensive phalangeal and soft tissue loss of his dominant left long and index fingers in a table saw injury. We report the long-term clinical and radiographic outcomes of the patient following reconstruction with corticocancellous iliac crest bone grafts. Rarely described in recent literature, we believe that(More)
We report on a patient in whom ulnar nerve palsy developed after a closed distal radius fracture due to displacement of the ulnar nerve dorsal to the ulnar styloid. After delayed exploration and decompression of the ulnar nerve, the patient had recovery of both motor and sensory function of the ulnar nerve.
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