Proximal Row Carpectomy

Abstract

Excision of the proximal carpal row has proven over the past 60 years to be an effective technique for certain disorders of the wrist, including degenerative sequelae of scapholunate ligament dissociation and scaphoid nonunions, Kienböck disease, Preisser disease, and other fracture-dislocations of the wrist. The durability of this procedure may be due to… (More)

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