American Society for Surgery of the Hand, 2010
Edited by: William B. Kleinman, MD
Examination of the Wrist DVD provides an in-depth review of
the principles of physical diagnosis of most of the common
biomechanical disorders of the wrist. Expert William B.
Kleinman, MD places emphasis on separating extra-capsular,
soft tissue pathology from intra-capsular kinematic disorders
of the carpus and distal radio-ulna joint. You will learn
techniques through the careful reviews of the anatomy and
biomechanics behind each of the many provocative maneuvers used by hand surgeons to establish working diagnoses of wrist pathology. This DVD covers an array of topics, including various tendinopathies, the spectrum of carpal instabilities, and disorders of the triangular fibrocartilage complex which can lead to pain at the distal end of the ulna and/or painful distal radio-ulna joint instability.