Thumb carpal metacarpal joint (CMCJ) arthritis is common. Surgical
denervation is an option for symptomatic CMCJ arthritis. Articular branches of
denervation can be performed using a single volar incision. Synovectomy at the CMCJ
can also be performed at the same time. Short recovery period is noted.
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Drs. Blood, Freniere and Evans debate the merits of in situ cubital tunnel release, anterior transposition, and supercharge AIN to ulnar motor nerve transfer, followed by a discussion of these procedures
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Hand Fellows from Philadelphia Hand Center, University of Colorado, Mayo Clinic, and Hospital for Special Surgery debate methods for SL reconstruction. 3 Ligament tenodesis, Reduction and Association of SL, Scapholunate internal brace 360, Swivelock SL IL Reconstruction and ANAFAB are also discussed and compared with pearls for each procedure
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