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Surgical Skills
MP Implant Arthroplasty
Procedural Library
Osteotomy of Distal Radius Malunion
Master Techniques in Hand Surgery (2013 Specialty Day) - SESSION II: WRIST TRAUMA
Duration: 9:53
Median Nerve Repair
Chapter 23: Peripheral Nerve Physiology, Injury, and Repair - Hand Surgery Update IV
Duration: 2:50
Introduction & Soft Tissue Assessment and Debridement
Master Skills Lab: Non-Microsurgical Soft Tissue Reconstruction of the Lower Extremity (Precourse 06 - 2014 Annual Meeting)
Radial Head Fracture
Chapter 52: Fractures of the Elbow - Hand Surgery Update IV
Duration: 2:10
Knee and Proximal Tibia: Gastrocnemius and Soleus Flaps
Master Skills Lab: Non-Microsurgical Soft Tissue Reconstruction of the Lower Extremity (Precourse 06 - 2014 Annual Meeting)
Intrinsic Flaps I: FDMA, heterodigital, homodigital
The Complete Hand Surgeon: Flaps You Should Know After Fellowship (2014 Annual Meeting)
Section VI  Ulnar Wrist: TFCC Injuries/Ulnocarpal Impaction (Open and Arthroscopic Treatment)
What Every Hand Surgeon Should Know About the Wrist: Distal Radius, Carpus and Ulnar-Sided Wrist Pain
Featured Images
Figure 4 - The two ends of the suture are tied, securing the neatly folded FCR tendon to the deep capsule of the arthroplasty.  The superficial capsule is then closed over the tendon, and the skin closed.
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The Roman Shade CMC Interposition

The two ends of the suture are tied, securing the neatly folded FCR tendon to the deep capsule of the arthroplasty.  The superficial capsule is then closed over the tendon, and the skin closed.

The Roman Shade CMC Interposition
Creator: Richard L. Uhl, MD
Figure 3 - By carefully pulling the stitches apart, the tendon folds on itself, like the folding of a Roman shade when it is opened.
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The Roman Shade CMC Interposition
By carefully pulling the stitches apart, the tendon folds on itself, like the folding of a Roman shade when it is opened.
The Roman Shade CMC Interposition
Creator: Richard L. Uhl, MD
Figure 2 - The first stitch is woven through the tendon, followed by the second side of the stitch, using small Mayo needles.  It is important that the stitches not catch each other.
Correspondence News Image
The Roman Shade CMC Interposition
The first stitch is woven through the tendon, followed by the second side of the stitch, using small Mayo needles.  It is important that the stitches not catch each other.
The Roman Shade CMC Interposition
Creator: Richard L. Uhl, MD
Figure 1 - The polyester stitch is passed thought the capsule, then brought up one side of the FCR tendon as a basting-type stitch.
Correspondence News Image
The Roman Shade CMC Interposition
The polyester stitch is passed thought the capsule, then brought up one side of the FCR tendon as a basting-type stitch.
The Roman Shade CMC Interposition
Creator: Richard L. Uhl, MD
ASSH Newsletters
Correspondence News
September 2013 Correspondence News
If you are interested in third world medicine, you are likely to find it on your doorstep.
September 2013 Correspondence News
Creator: Bahman Sadr, MD
Correspondence News
February 2013 Correspondence News
Transverse fibers of the palmar fascia can contribute to trigger finger. Division of these fibers can reduce the likelihood of persistent triggering and trigger recurrence.
February 2013 Correspondence News
Creator: Mark E. Pruzansky, MD, PC
Correspondence News
July 2011 Correspondence News
Various observations are reported, such as radial neck fractures that present with forearm discomfort.
July 2011 Correspondence News
Creator: Michael J. Krebsbach, MD
BOHS Newsletter
February 2008 Business of Hand Surgery
This article discusses the importance of analyzing your E&M codes in the context of practice management, compliance, and practice efficiency.
February 2008 Business of Hand Surgery
Creator: Abigail Igarta, MBA
New CME Courses
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Online Course

Subscribers will find articles designed for CME in the Review section of the Journal of Hand Surgery.

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Online Course - MOC Approved
This is an internet-based, enduring material CME activity based upon the digital capture of an instructional course (IC07) presented at the 2013 ASSH Annual Meeting.
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Online Course - MOC Approved
This is an internet-based, enduring material CME activity based upon the digital capture of an instructional course (IC25) presented at the 2013 ASSH Annual Meeting.
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