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A method is described of creating nail-folds in the release of cases of complete syndactyly. A double pulp flap was used as a one-stage technique in 13 patients in whom webs were separated. All patients were reviewed after a minimum of one year. Fullness of pulp was achieved in all fingers. The...
This is the first report of the clinical use of direct intra-arterial streptokinase infusion to promote the salvage of a failing thumb replant. Anastomotic revision was performed on two occasions following thrombosis in the vein grafts used to replant an avulsed thumb. Recurrent thrombosis was...
Muscle physiological cross-sectional area, as defined and measured by dividing the volume of the muscle by its fibre length, is proportional to the maximum strength of the muscle. It is one of the important parameters when considering muscle mechanics in sports science and, clinically in tendon...
A very large neurilemmoma of more than 15 years duration, arising from the anterior interosseous nerve, is reported. To our knowledge, this is the largest ever described. While the symptoms and all other diagnostic findings suggested that the neurilemmoma originated from the median nerve, it...
The clinical localisation of peripheral nerve lesions can sometimes be difficult, particularly following injury to the brachial plexus when multiple lesions are often present. In this situation, computers may be of assistance in interpreting the complicated patterns of clinical findings. This...
A case of median nerve compression by the supracondylar process relieved surgically is reported. The same patient had undergone a similar and successful operation 25 years earlier.
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