Michel Lebourg

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Upper extremity surgery is usually performed with an axillary block. There is a risk of pneumothorax and phrenic nerve block when interscalene or supraclavicular block are used in day case surgery, or in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The infraclavicular block is a simple, reliable, and easy to learn method to block the brachial(More)
The authors present a review of 28 cases of failure of consolidation of the carpal navicular after the Matti-Russe operation (multicentric study of 106 cases). The causes of the failures are analysed. Among the non significant factors, we find the delay, the radiographic character of the pseudarthrosis, the donor site of the graft, the time of(More)
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