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Immunocompromised patients, felon infections, 21-24

"Incomplete" vascular arch, cannulation injuries, 153-154

Infections bite injuries, 50, 50-54, 52-53 felons, 21-24, 22-23

metacarpal neck fracture, 256 mycobacterial tenosynovitis, 55-58, 55-59 paronychia, 25-26, 25-28, 28 proximal phalangeal condylar fractures, 250 pyogenic arthritis, 30-33, 31-34 suppurative flexor tenosynovitis, 42-45, 43-44

web-space infections, 36-40, 36-40 Infectious tenosynovitis, web-space infections, 37-38

Innervation density testing, ulnar tunnel syndrome, differential diagnosis, 89 In-situ decompression, cubital tunnel syndrome, 85-86 Internal fixation, metacarpophalangeal fractures head fractures, 274 shaft fractures, 261 International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP), complex regional pain syndrome/reflex sympathetic dystrophy, 109 Interosseous wiring, proximal phalangeal fractures, 238, 241, 242, 243 Interphalangeal (IP) joints high radial nerve palsy, 134, 140, 140 hypoplastic thumb, 507 metacarpal neck fractures, 254, 254 proximal interphalangeal joint condylar fractures, 248-249 volar dislocation, 278 ulnar nerve-tendon transfer, 130-132 Intraarticular thumb fractures, Rolando pattern, 332-333

Intravenous extravasation, forearm compartment syndrome, 159-164

Intravenous regional blocks, complex regional pain syndrome/reflex sympathetic dystrophy, 112

Ischemia cannulation injuries, 153-156 cold injuries, 9-13 extravasation injuries, 159-160 scaphoid wrist fractures, percutaneous treatment, 351

Jahss maneuver, metacarpal neck fractures,

Jamar dynamometer, rheumatoid arthritis, metacarpophalangeal joint, 462 "Jersey finger," flexor digitorum profundus avulsion injuries, 220-221 Joint transplants, osteoarthritis, PIP, 430, 431 Jones/Tsuge/Boyd transfer, high radial nerve palsy, 135, 135-140, 137-140

Kanavel's sign flexor tenosynovitis, 22, 43-44, 44 web-space infections, 37, 37 Kirschner (K) wires acute perilunate/lunate wrist dislocations,

394-396, 395-396

carpometacarpal joint Bennett's fractures screw technique vs., 319, 323-324 wire technique, 325-330, 327-328 thumb dislocation, 340-342, 341 distal interphalangeal dislocations, 298-299 flexor digitorum profundus avulsion injuries, 221-224, 222 intraarticular distal radius fracture arthroscopically guided reduction, 386-387 dorsal approach, 383 volar approach, 384, 385 lunotriquetral instability, 409-410 mallet fractures, 234-235 metacarpophalangeal fractures head fractures, 273, 273-274 neck fractures, 255, 255-256 shaft fractures, 263, 267-268 osteoarthritis

CMC ligament reconstruction/tendon interposition, 436 scaphoid excision/ulnar four-bone arthrodesis, 443, 443-444

proximal interphalangeal joint dorsal dislocation, 290-294 fractures, 238, 241, 242, 243

condylar fractures, 246-250, 248, 250 metacarpophalangeal joint, 268, 268-269 radial styloid fractures, 370-372 radioulnar synostosis, 517, 517-518 rheumatoid arthritis distal interphalangeal joint, 453-454 proximal interphalangeal joint, 457-459 scaphoid wrist fractures, 349

nonunion complications, 362-365,

362-367 percutaneous treatment, 354-355, 354-357, 358

stiff joint surgery, 175, 175-176 thumb base fractures, Rolando patterns,

332-335, 334 triscaphe degenerative arthritis, 445, 447, 447-448

Krunkenberg procedure, transverse deficiencies, short below-elbow amputation, 477

Lacerations chronic extensor tendon lacerations, 215, 215-218, 217

flexor tendon, acute, 202-206, 202-208 Lateral dislocation, proximal interphalangeal joint, 282-285 Lead poisoning, posterior interosseous syndrome, differential diagnosis, 98, 98

Lederhose's disease, Dupuytren's contracture, differential diagnosis, 168 Ligament reconstruction and tendon interposition (LRTI) arthroplasty, osteoarthritis

CMC joint, 433-434, 433-438, 436-438 PIP, silastic implants, 425 Ligation techniques, arterial aneurysms,

147-150, 148-150

Light-touch perception, ulnar tunnel syndrome, 87 "Limited exposure" procedures, Dupuytren's contracture, 167 Lipoma, of hand, 541-543, 542

Lister's tubercle incision, acute perilunate/lunate dislocation, 394-396, 395 Longitudinal volar incision, felon infections, 23 Loupe magnification, acute laceration, flexor tendon, 202 Louschka, joints of, cervical root compression,

106, 107

Low-load stress, stiff joint management, 178 Low median nerve palsy, 122-127, 123-127 Lumbrical bar splint, ulnar nerve-tendon transfer, 130-131 Lunate wrist dislocation, 391-396 Lunotriquetral instability, 405-410, 406, 408-409

Macrodactyly, 526-531, 526-531 Magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) frostbite diagnosis, 11

thumb base fractures, Rolando patterns, 332 Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)

cervical root compression, 102, 103, 105 complex regional pain syndrome/reflex sympathetic dystrophy, 108 cubital tunnel syndrome, 80 frostbite diagnosis, 11 lipoma, 541

lunotriquetral instability, 405 posterior interosseous syndrome, 96, 96-97 Rolando thumb fractures, 331-332 scaphoid wrist fractures, 346

nonunion complications, 359, 360-361, 366

percutaneous treatment, 352

Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) (cont.) ulnar collateral ligament injuries, 312, 312 ulnar tunnel syndrome, differential diagnosis, 90 vascular tumors, benign and malignant, 549, 549

Mallet fractures, 232-236, 232-237 distal interphalangeal dislocations, differential diagnosis, 296-297

Malunion carpometacarpal joint, Bennett's fractures,

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