Carpal Tunnel PowerPoint Presentation
This 14 slide Carpal Tunnel PowerPoint presentation discusses nerve entrapment problems and focuses on carpal tunnel syndrome. Developed by Robert Bunata, MD.
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Elbow Pain PowerPoint Presentation
This 20 slide Elbow Pain PowerPoint presentation discusses nerve entrapment problems and elbow pain. Also included is movie on elbow flexion. Developed by Robert Bunata, MD.
Hand Anatomy Handout
A four-page comprehensive outline of hand anatomy. Designed by Ghazi Rayan, MD as a leave behind for medical students.
How to Become a Hand Surgeon PowerPoint
This 8 slide Hand Surgery Career PowerPoint presentation was designed by Anthony Smith, MD to walk medical students through the steps necessary to become a board-certified hand surgeon.
How to Draw the Brachial Plexus in 15 Seconds or Less
Originally a submission to the ASSH Correspondence News, this one page Brachial Plexus Instructional Sheet is helpful in teaching anatomy and discussing injuries of the brachial plexus. Created by George Edwards, Jr., MD.
Shoulder Pain PowerPoint Presentation
This 13 slide Shoulder Pain PowerPoint presentation contains many pictures and two movies. Developed by Robert Bunata, MD.
Shoulder Pain 1
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Trigger Finger PowerPoint Presentation
This 4 slide Trigger Finger PowerPoint presentation discusses the anatomy of trigger finger. Also includes a Trigger Finger Surgery movie. Developed by Robert Bunata, MD.
Traumatic and Degenerative Conditions of the Wrist
This 43 slide Wrist PowerPoint presentation was developed by Richard Bernstein, MD who coordinates Sharing a Hand, an interactive lecture program at Yale University which he started in order to bridget the gap between rheumatologists and hand surgeons to achieve better patient outcomes.
Crucial Elements PowerPoint Presentation on Hand Anatomy
This 50 slide PowerPoint presentation, chapter 3 of the popular Crucial Elements teaching program, details the anatomy of the hand. Created by Scott Kozin, MD, this chapter discusses the anatomy of the hand and includes many graphics. Lending a Hand School Coordinators: If you would like a copy of this chapter emailed to you, please download the agreement and return it to the ASSH Central Office.
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