Manual of Acute Hand Injuries
Contributed by the Division of Plastic Surgery at Washington Univ., this comprehensive, practical handbook covers common techniques, differential diagnosis, and practical advice on how to best choose from the available therapies to treat hand injuries. This unique manual includes over 300 superior and detailed line drawings that highlight anatomy, testing maneuvers, and surgical techniques.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Healing of Specialized Tissues
Evaluation of Hand Injuries
Imaging Evaluation of the Hand and Wrist
9 other sections not shown
active acute allow amputation anatomy artery aspect associated base blood bone bony branch carpal carpi cause closed compartment complete compression continue deep direct dislocation distal dorsal early ends evaluation examination extension extensor extremity Figure finger fixation flap flexion flexor pollicis longus flexor tendons forearm fracture fragment function graft hand head healing important incision increased indicated initial injury insertion involved joint lacerations lateral less ligament loss lunate measurements median nerve metacarpal motion motor muscle nail nerve nerve injury normal obtained occur operating pain palmaris longus patient performed phalanx placed plate pollicis position possible present pressure proximal radial radiographs radius range reconstruction recovery reduction removed repair replantation result scaphoid scar sensory severe skin soft tissue splint structures surface surgeon surgery surgical suture technique tendon therapy thumb tion transfer treated treatment ulnar usually volar weeks wound wrist