Minimally Invasive Approaches to Ulnar-Sided Wrist Disorders HAND CLINICS Pirolo, J. M., Yao, J. 2014; 30 (1): 77-?

Abstract

Ulnar-sided wrist pain is a common cause of pain and disability, which has long been a diagnostic and therapeutic dilemma for hand surgeons. A thorough understanding of the anatomy, clinical examination, and radiographic evaluation is essential to establish a focused differential diagnosis, with the cause of disability often being multifactorial. Arthroscopy is particularly well suited to both directly visualize and treat multiple causes of ulnar-sided wrist pain, including pathology of the TFCC, UIS, LTIL tears, and hamate arthrosis.

View details for DOI 10.1016/j.hc1.2013.09.001

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