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(Journal of Hand Surgery[TA])
12,627 results
  • A Population-Based Assessment of Depression and Anxiety in Patients With Brachial Plexus Injuries. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Hand Surg Am 2018 May 19
  • Yannascoli SM, Stwalley D, … Dy CJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients undergoing BPI surgery have a high prevalence of coded depression and coded anxiety in the 12 months before surgery and are at higher risk for developing new-onset/postoperatively coded depression and coded anxiety within 1 year after surgery. These findings can be used by BPI surgeons to inform perioperative counseling, guide emotional recovery from injury, and facilitate coordinated or colocated care with mental health professionals.
  • Ideal Starting Point and Trajectory of a Screw for the Dorsal Approach to Scaphoid Fractures. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Hand Surg Am 2018 May 17
  • Kupperman A, Breighner R, … Lee S
  • CONCLUSIONS: Scaphoid screws placed with the classic starting point and trajectory cross the fracture at an obliquity. By altering the screw starting point and trajectory, screws with adequate length will be more perpendicular to the fracture plane.Screw starting point and trajectory for scaphoid fractures may be altered based on fracture type to obtain a long screw that is closer to perpendicular to the fracture.
  • Preoperative Antibiotics in Wrist Arthroscopy. [Journal Article]
  • JHJ Hand Surg Am 2018 May 16
  • Hoel RJ, Mittelsteadt MJ, … Bohn DC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Administering preoperative antibiotics for routine wrist arthroscopy does not appear to lower the surgical site infection rate. The rate of surgical site infection is so low in both cohorts that a meaningful difference cannot be determined between the 2 groups. This study adds to the current body of literature suggesting that it is acceptable practice to withhold preoperative antibiotics for surgeries that have a very low rate of infection.
  • Management of Diabetic Trigger Finger. [Review]
  • JHJ Hand Surg Am 2018 May 16
  • Kuczmarski AS, Harris AP, … Weiss AC
  • Diabetics have a much greater prevalence of trigger finger than nondiabetics and are more likely to have severe symptoms. Diabetic trigger finger may be more accurately described on a spectrum of dia...
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