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Reduction and association of the scaphoid and lunate procedure: short-term clinical and radiographic outcomes.
The experience suggests that the reduction and association of the scaphoid and lunate procedure should be abandoned despite the relatively low outcomes measures scores, which may be reflective of the short follow-up duration for this series. Expand
The Use of Temporary Screw Augmentation for the Treatment of Scapholunate Injuries
It is suggested that temporary screw augmentation for SL ligament injuries results in more effective SL gap and SL angle correction both immediately and in short-term follow-up than does pin fixation. Expand
Increased Cost of Negative Pressure Dressings Is Not Justified for Split-Thickness Skin Grafting of Low-Risk Wounds
There is a high rate of successful healing of STSGs for traumatic extremity wounds regardless of the dressing used, and the increased cost of NPDs is not justified in wounds that are at a low risk of developing STSG failure. Expand
In reply.
The review highlights some important differences between Professor Manning’s approach and my own that the readers of the JCJPC might find of interest. Expand
Intramedullary Fixation for Displaced Clavicle Fractures in the Adolescent Athlete.
The role of intramedullary (IM) fixation of displaced mid-shaft clavicle fractures in adolescents has not been described. This study analyzes characteristics and outcomes of IM fixation in adolescentExpand
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Positive pressure wound therapy as a negative pressure dressing in lower limb split skin grafting and factors associated with trauma clinic follow-up compliance after discharge: experience at an urban Level I trauma center. Expand