AAHS 2015: Volar vs. dorsal approach in surgical stabilization of the thumb CMC joint
Surgical Stabilization For Thumb Base Hyperlaxity; A Randomized Comparison Of The Dorsal And Volar Approach With A Cohort Of The Volar Approach
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54 patients (57 thumbs) with chronic, non-degenerative hyperlaxity of the thumb and undergoing surgical stabilization of the thumb carpometacarpal joint were included in a cohort study, of which 16 patients were randomized to undergo the procedure through either a volar or dorsal approach. The purpose of the pilot randomized controlled trial was was to compare the results of the two approaches. Pa...
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