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A minimally invasive approach for cubital tunnel release and ulnar nerve transposition
U ulnar nerve decompression with anterior transposition can be safely and effectively accomplished through the small incision and can be an alternative technique producing good appearance.
Intramedullary nail versus volar locking plate fixation for the treatment of extra-articular or simple intra-articular distal radius fractures: systematic review and meta-analysis
Compared to VLP, IMN could provide better early postoperative functional outcomes and reduce the incidence of carpal tunnel syndrome, which could be of particular help in restoring confidence for workers with specialized manual skills to return to their prior jobs.
Carpal tunnel release with subneural reconstruction of the transverse carpal ligament compared with isolated open and endoscopic release.
Group A had the best functional status, cylindrical grip strength, pinch grip strength and Michigan Hand Outcome score, compared with groups B and C, and there were significant differences in Michigan Handout scores between groups A and A, A and B, and A and C.
A Randomized Comparison of Double Small, Standard, and Endoscopic Approaches for Carpal Tunnel Release
Cpal tunnel release by means of double small incisions is a minimally invasive and less technically challenging procedure with good nerve visualization, resulting in good appearance of scars.
Pull-out wire traction for the treatment of avulsion of the flexor digitorum profundus from its insertion
It was concluded that wear in the pyrolytic components was not contributory to dislocation or failure of fixation of the prostheses, which were the reasons for their removal.
Acute and delayed trans-radial perilunate dislocations : open reduction and internal fixation
Open reduction and internal fixation can be used to achieve good results and prognosis in cases with both acute and delayed perilunate dislocations.