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  • StatPearls: Median Nerve Injury [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Dydyk Alexander M. AM Abrazo Central Campus Negrete Guillermo G UAG Medical School Cascella Marco M Istituto Nazionale Tumori - IRCCS - Fondazione Pascale, Via Mariano Semmola 80100, Napoli. Italy BOOK
  • The median nerve, also called the 'eye of the hand,' is a mixed nerve with a role of primary importance in the functionality of the hand. It innervates the group of flexor-pronator muscles in the forearm and most of the musculature present in the radial portion of the hand, controlling abduction of the thumb, flexion of the hand at the wrist, flexion of the digital phalanx of the fingers. Again t…
  • Spontaneous inflammation and necrosis of the falciform and round ligaments: a case report and review of the literature. [Journal Article]
    J Med Case Rep 2020; 14(1):17Bhatt A, Robinson E, Cunningham SC
  • CONCLUSIONS: Isolated falciform and round-ligament inflammation and necrosis is a rare condition that is difficult to diagnose because it can present mimicking a wide variety of intra-abdominal pathologies, particularly gallbladder pathologies. It is often best treated by laparoscopic resection. Unlike prior reports, our review of the literature, which is the largest that we know of to date, shows that males and females are equally affected. Greater awareness of this entity will aid in future diagnosis.
  • Residual rotation of forearm amputation: cadaveric study. [Journal Article]
    BMC Musculoskelet Disord 2020; 21(1):40Lee G, Kim SJ, … Lee KH
  • CONCLUSIONS: Close proximity of the amputation site to the elbow decreased the residual rotation significantly compared to residual rotation of wrist disarticulation. The preservation of pronosupination was 80% at 18 cm forearm stump. Although the pronator teres and the pronator quadratus could make a full residual pronation separately, the supinator was essential to a residual supination.
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