Philipe Eduardo Carvalho Maia

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We present a case of Guyon's canal syndrome caused by a synovial cyst within the left wrist of a 48-year-old female patient. The patient presented pain and paresthesia in the region of the ulnar nerve, with loss of muscle strength and left-hand deformity. Electroneuromyography showed a compression of the ulnar nerve at the wrist level. Surgical(More)
Objective: To clarify the indications and to describe the surgical technique and outcomes of surgery involving transfer of the trapezius to the deltoid for the treatment of lesions of the brachial plexus in patients with multidirectional instability in the shoulder. Method: In 17 patients (mean age, 23 years) operated at São Vicente de Paulo Hospital and(More)
OBJECTIVE To prospectively assess the surgical results from patients undergoing repairs to rotator cuff injuries via open and arthroscopic procedures, with regard to functional and clinical features, and by means of ultrasound examinations, and to compare occurrences of renewed tearing. METHODS Sixty patients underwent operations performed by the same(More)
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