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lunotriquetral instability, differential diagnosis, 407 mallet fractures, 233, 233 rheumatoid arthritis, metacarpophalangeal joint, 464, 464-467 Superficial radial nerve (SRN), ulnar collateral ligament injuries, 314, 315, 317 Supracondylar socket prosthesis, transverse deficiencies, short below-elbow amputation, 473-476, 474 Surgical management techniques acute laceration, flexor tendon, 204-206, 205-206

acute nerve laceration, 118-120, 119—120 acute perilunate/lunate wrist dislocations,

394-396, 394-396 anterior interosseus nerve syndrome, 76-78, 77—78

arterial aneurysms, 147-130, 148—150 bite injuries, 32-33 brachydactyly, 497, 497-498 cannulation injuries, 133 carpal tunnel syndrome, 64-68, 64—68 carpometacarpal joint Bennett's fractures screw technique, 320—321, 320-322 wire technique, 326, 327—328, 328-329 thumb dislocation, 340-342, 341 cervical root compression, 106-107 chronic extensor tendon lacerations, 216 cubital tunnel syndrome, 81-86, 82—85 De Quervains disease, 191, 191-192 dermal burn injuries, 3-6, 5—6 distal interphalangeal joint dislocations, 298, 298-299 fractures, 228-231, 228-231 dorsal carpal ganglion, 336-337, 536—537 Dupuytren's contracture, 169—170,

169-171 enchondroma, 334-333, 555 extraarticular distal radius fracture, 377-378 extravasation injuries, 162-164, 163 felon infections, 23-24 flexor carpi radialis syndrome, 197, 197 flexor carpi ulnaris calcific tendinitis, 200 flexor digitorum profundus avulsion injuries, 221-224, 222 flexor stenosing tenosynovitis, 183-187,

186—187 flexor tenosynovitis, 44 frostbite injuries, 12, 12-13 herpetic whitlow, 48 high-pressure injection injuries, 16-17, 16—17

high radial nerve palsy, 136—140, 137-140 hypoplastic digits and hands, 302-303, 502—503

hypoplastic thumb, type II reconstruction,

507-510, 508-510 intraarticular distal radius fracture,

382-386, 382-387 lipoma, 542, 543

low median nerve palsy, 122-127, 123-127 lunotriquetral instability, 409, 409-410 macrodactyly, 528-531, 529-531 mallet fractures, 234-235 metacarpophalangeal fractures head fractures, 272-273, 272-274 neck fractures, 255, 255-256 shaft fractures, 261, 262, 263 volar dislocation, 307-308, 308 midcarpal instability, dorsal capsulodesis,

414, 414-415

mycobacterial tenosynovitis, 57-58 osteoarthritis

CMC, ligament reconstruction/tendon interposition, 435-437, 436-437 PIP, silastic implants, 428, 428-429 scapholunate advanced collapse,

442-444, 443 osteochondroma, 557-558 osteoid osteoma, 560, 560-561 paronychia infection, 27-28 polydactyly and bifid thumb, 523-524, 523-524

posterior interosseous syndrome, 99-100, 100

pronator syndrome, 71-73, 71-74 proximal interphalangeal joint dorsal dislocation, 290-294, 293 lateral dislocation, 285 volar dislocation, 279-280 proximal phalangeal fractures, 240-243, 242-243 condylar fractures, 246-248, 248 metacarpophalangeal joint, 266-268,

266-269 pyogenic arthritis, 31-33, 31-34 radial deficiency, 485, 486 radial styloid fractures, 370-373, 371, 373 radioulnar synostosis, 516-518, 517 rheumatoid arthritis distal interphalangeal joint, 452-454, 453-454

metacarpophalangeal joint, 464-467, 464-467

scaphoid wrist fractures, 347-349, 348 nonunion complications, 362-367,

362-368 percutaneous treatment, 353-355, 354-357

scapholunate instability, 401-403, 402-403 staged tendon reconstruction, 210-214,

211-213 stiff joints, 176

thumb base fractures, Rolando patterns,

333-335, 334

transverse deficiencies digit anomalies, 481-482, 481-483 short below-elbow amputation, 476-477 triangular fibrocartilage complex tears,

419-420, 420

triscaphe degenerative arthritis, 446-448,

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