Treatment of painful neuromas of sensory nerves in the hand: a comparison of traditional and newer methods.

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The results of treatment of 348 painful neuromas of sensory nerves of the hand in 172 patients were evaluated. Three hundred and sixteen were treated by simple excisional neurectomy and these results may be used for comparison with other methods. Sixty-five percent had an excellent or satisfactory result from a single such procedure. A repeated neurectomy… (More)

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@article{Tupper1976TreatmentOP, title={Treatment of painful neuromas of sensory nerves in the hand: a comparison of traditional and newer methods.}, author={Joan Tupper and Diana Booth}, journal={The Journal of hand surgery}, year={1976}, volume={1 2}, pages={144-51} }