W Y Clara Wong

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BACKGROUND Extracorporeal shock wave therapy is indicated for treatment of chronic injuries of soft tissues and delayed fracture healing and nonunion. No investigation has been conducted to study the effect of shock wave on delayed healing at the bone-tendon junction. HYPOTHESIS Shock wave promotes osteogenesis, regeneration of fibrocartilage zone, and(More)
The peculiar shape of scaphoid hinders a precise evaluation of its fracture configuration, displacement and accuracy of screw placement. Its tenuous vascular supply risks the complications of delayed union, nonunion and avascular necrosis. Scaphoid is the focus of ligamentous attachment governing carpal kinematics. Preservation of its anatomy and(More)
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