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The scaphoid bone is a very rare location for enchondroma. The literature reports eight cases; five of them presented with pathologic fracture, and the youngest patient was 13 years old. This is a… (More)
Supracondylar process syndrome of the humerus has received little attention in the orthopaedic literature. This case report presents a patient with this condition.
According to congenital anomalies of the hand and forearm classifications, the common characteristic of overgrowth problems is the skeletal overgrowth of part or all of the hand. Congenital… (More)
Double free gracilis transfer (DFGT) procedures introduced by Doi et al have resulted in significant improvement in maintaining functional prehensile hand after total brachial plexus injury (TBPI).… (More)
PURPOSE We report our experience, treatment protocol, and 2-year follow-up results of 24 fingertip replantations treated using the artery-only technique without vein or nerve repair. METHODS We… (More)
A patient who suffered from severe deforming arthritis secondary to chronic tophaceous gout with multilobular, solid, tender, enlarged subcutaneous nodules and draining tophi in both hands was… (More)
A case of congenital cavernous lymphangioma of the hand presenting in a newborn is presented. The mass on the dorsum of the hand was removed with the overlying skin and underlying paratenon at three… (More)
To evaluate the subjective satisfaction of brachial plexus injury (BPI) patients after surgery based on the medical outcomes study 36-item short form health survey (SF-36) and to correlate their… (More)
The authors present a case of a 39-year-old man with an enormous bone defect of the distal humerus secondary to an infected nonunion, who was successfully reconstructed using a vascularized iliac… (More)
This report describes a patient with dyspareunia related to an acquired pelvic anomaly that was treated surgically.