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Extraarticular distal radius fracture, 375-376, 375-379, 379

Extraarticular oblique proximal phalanx fracture, 238-239 Extraperiosteal dissection, transverse deficiencies, digit anomalies,

481-482, 481-483 Extravasation injuries, 158-164, 160-161, 163

Fanconi's anemia hypoplastic thumb, type II reconstruction,

506-507 polydactyly and bifid thumb, 523 Fasciectomy, Dupuytren's contracture, 170 Fasciotomy

Dupuytren's contracture, 170 extravasation injuries, 162-164, 163 radioulnar synostosis, 518

Felons, 21-24, 22-23

Fibrous nodule formation, flexor stenosing tenosynovitis, 187 Fingers, felon infections, 21-24 Finkelstein test, De Quervain's disease, 188, 189 Flap techniques dermal burn injuries, 4, 4

distal phalangeal fractures, 228-231,

228-231 mallet fractures, 234-235 web-space infections, 38-40, 39-40

Flexion deformity, radial deficiency, 487, 487 Flexion loss, Dupuytren's contracture surgery, 172

Flexor carpi radialis (FCR)

high radial nerve palsy, 137-138, 138 intraarticular distal radius fracture, open reduction and internal fixation, volar approach, 384, 385 low median nerve palsy, 122 osteoarthritis, carpometacarpal joint, 434,

435-437, 436 tunnel syndrome, 193-196, 193-196 Flexor carpi ulnaris tendon calcific tendinitis, 198-199, 198-201 ulnar tunnel syndrome differential diagnosis, 91-92 surgical management, 93-94 Flexor digitorum profundus (FDP)

acute laceration, flexor tendon, 203-206, 206 anterior interosseus nerve syndrome, 75,

75-78, 77-78 avulsion injuries, 219-222, 219-224 osteoarthritis, PIP, silastic implants, 425, 428-429

proximal interphalangeal joint, dorsal dislocation, 290 staged tendon reconstruction, 209,

209-214, 211-213 stiff joint surgery, 176 ulnar nerve-tendon transfer, 131, 131-132 Flexor digitorum superficialis (FDS)

acute laceration, flexor tendon, 203-206, 206 flexor digitorum profundus avulsion injuries, 219-222, 219-224 hypoplastic thumb, 511-512, 512 osteoarthritis, PIP, silastic implants, 425, 428-429

proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint, dorsal dislocation, 290 staged tendon reconstruction, 209,

209-214, 211-213 stiff joint surgery, 176 Flexor pollicis brevis (FPB), hypoplastic thumb, type II reconstruction, 505 Flexor pollicis longus (FPL)

anterior interosseus nerve syndrome, 75,

75-78, 77-78 hypoplastic thumb, type II reconstruction, 505

intraarticular distal radius fracture, open reduction and internal fixation, volar approach, 384, 385 osteoarthritis, CMC ligament reconstruction/

tendon interposition, 436 polydactyly and bifid thumb, 523-524, 524

Flexor stenosing tenosynovitis, 183-186,

183-187 Flexor tendon acute laceration, 202-206, 202-208 staged tendon reconstruction, 210-214, 211-213

Flexor tendon sheath ganglion, 538-539, 539 Flexor tenosynovitis cardinal signs, 43-44

felon infections, differential diagnosis, 22 osteoarthritis, PIP, silastic implants, 425 suppurative infection, 42-45, 43-44

Fluoroscopic imaging carpometacarpal joint, Bennett's fractures, wire technique, 328-329 radioulnar synostosis, 517, 517-518 scaphoid wrist fractures, nonunion complications, 367-368, 368 Foraminotomy, cervical root compression, 107 Forearm compartment syndrome, extravasation injuries, 159-164 Fourth degree burns, management options, 4, 4 Fractures and dislocations carpometacarpal joint Bennett's fractures screw technique, 319-324, 320-323 wire technique, 324-330, 327-328 dislocation, 337-341, 337-342 distal interphalangeal dislocations, 296,

296-299, 298 distal phalangeal fractures, 227-231,

228-231 high radial nerve palsy, 135-136 mallet fractures, 232-236, 232-237 metacarpophalangeal joint dorsal dislocations, 300-304, 301-302 head fractures, 271-275, 272-275 neck fractures, 252-256, 253-255 shaft fractures, 258-260, 258-263, 262 volar dislocation, 305-309, 306-308 proximal interphalangeal joint dorsal dislocation, 287-288, 287-294 fractures, 238-244, 239-240, 242-243 condylar fractures, 246-250, 247-250 metacarpophalangeal joint, 265-269, 265-270

lateral dislocation, 282-285, 283-284 volar dislocations, 277, 277-280, 279 Rolando thumb base fractures, 331, 331-335, 334

triangular fibrocartilage complex tears,

417-420, 417-420 ulnar collateral ligament injuries, 310-317, 310-317

wrist acute perilunate/lunate dislocations,

391-396, 391-396 extraarticular distal radius fracture,

375-376, 375-379, 379

intraarticular distal radius fracture,

380-386, 380-387 lunotriquetral instability, 405-410, 406, 408-409

midcarpal instability, dorsal capsulodesis,

411-416, 413-414 radial styloid fractures, 369, 369-373, 371, 373

scaphoid fractures, 345-348, 345-349 nonunion complications, 359-368,

360-368 percutaneous treatment, 351-357, 351-358

scapholunate instability, 398-403, 399, 402-403

Free flaps, dermal burn injuries, 4, 4 Froment-Jeanne sign, ulnar tunnel syndrome, 87

Frostbite, dermis, 9-10, 9-13, 12 Fusion techniques rheumatoid arthritis, distal interphalangeal joint, 450-455, 451-454 triscaphe degenerative arthritis, 447, 447

Gabapentin, complex regional pain syndrome/ reflex sympathetic dystrophy, 110, 111-112

Y-aminobutyric acid (GABA) inhibitors, complex regional pain syndrome/ reflex sympathetic dystrophy, 111

Ganglions dorsal carpal, 535-537, 535-538 flexor tendon sheath, 538-539, 539 volar wrist ganglion, 538, 538 Gangrene, cannulation injuries, 152 Garrod's nodules, Dupuytren's contracture, differential diagnosis, 168 Gauntlet cast, ulnar collateral ligament injuries, 314 Genetics, Dupuytren's contracture, 168 Giant cell tumor, tendon sheath, 544-546,

544-547 Glomus tumor, 549, 550, 551

Granulomatous infection, mycobacterial tenosynovitis, 56-58 Grayson's ligaments, distal phalangeal fractures,

228-231, 228-231 Grip strength cubital tunnel syndrome, 80 ulnar tunnel syndrome, differential diagnosis, 88 Grommets, silastic implants, proximal interphalangeal joint, osteoarthritis,

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