Sonja Cerovac

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The percutaneous release of accessory collateral ligaments was introduced in 1986 as a safe and quick procedure to be attempted before open, more extensive joint release in the treatment of proximal interphalangeal joint flexion contracture. Our study analyzed the long-term results and patient satisfaction following a percutaneous release in 30 joints after(More)
After a wrist surgery in patients with rheumatoid arthritis, the extensor tendons have a tendency to shift toward the ulnar side of the wrist. This is caused by the dorsal tenosynovectomy, disruption of extensor retinaculum, and exteriorization and anatomical orientation of the superficial group of forearm extensor tendons. This article describes a(More)
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