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Radial club hand (RCH) is a rare congenital deformity leading in several functional and psychological problems. However, our knowledge about the long-term functional outcomes of treating RCH is limited. In current study, we investigated the outcomes of centralization and pollicization using second or third metacarpal bone in RCH patients.
Radial club hand is characterized by radial deviation of the hand, as a result of hypoplasia or absence of the radius.
Dorsal complex cutaneotendinous lesions of the hand represent a reconstructive challenge. The use of composite microvascular flaps and vascularized tendon grafts represent the gold-standard. The radial anti-brachial region can still represent an excellent donor site, to the detriment of the possible sacrifice of the radial artery. The reverse radial anti-brachial flap can be either perforator-based, thus saving the radial artery or raised as an adipo-fascial flap, to spare the skin.
Axillary plexus blockade is a common technique in clinical practice with a well-known pattern of structures around the brachial artery. Historically, the only proper response to radial nerve stimulation was considered to be extension of the hand and wrist.
: Systemic sclerosis (SSc) is a chronic autoimmune disease causing complex hand disability. A reliable tool for hand function assessment in SSc is the Cochin Hand Functional Disability Scale (CHFS). More recently, a short-form CHFS of 6 items (CHFS-6) has been developed.
Forearm deformities are often observed in patients with hereditary multiple osteochondroma, resulting in functional disability and cosmetic impairment. The aim of this study was to assess clinical and radiological outcomes after corrective osteotomy of the radius (COR). We performed a retrospective analysis of clinical and radiologic data from patients with forearm deformities who underwent COR combined with osteochondroma resection between 1978 and 2015. Seventeen patients (17 forearms) were included. The ...
This study evaluated the clinical and radiographic results of patients who sustained nonreconstructible radial head fractures that subsequently were treated with a metallic press-fit radial head prosthesis (RHP). Nine patients with comminuted radial head fractures were treated with a metallic press-fit RHP; mean follow-up was 38.7 months. The radial head fracture was acute in 6 patients (group A) and chronic in 3 patients (group B). Functional evaluation was assessed using the Mayo Elbow Performance Score (...
The purpose of this review is to describe various forms of hand polydactyly and their different treatment approaches. Hand polydactyly is commonly classified as ulnar (small finger) or radial (thumb). Polydactyly can be sporadic, genetic, and/or associated with syndromic conditions.
Radial artery occlusion (RAO) is a known complication of transradial catheterization for cardiac procedures. The transradial approach has decreased bleeding complications compared with the transfemoral approach, but risks provoking hand ischemia. We present a case of a 29-year-old peripartum woman with a history of lupus, antiphospholipid syndrome, and Raynaud phenomenon who developed RAO with hand-threatening ischemia despite therapeutic anticoagulation. Given the patient's medical history, a multimodal ap...
The ideal glenohumeral radial mismatch following anatomic total shoulder arthroplasty (TSA) remains ill defined, with biomechanical and clinical studies recommending a range between 4 and 10 mm. This study evaluates the effect of radial mismatch on the formation of radiolucent lines after TSA.
The aim of the study was to analyze the functional and radiological outcome of Monteggia-like lesions in adults with unreconstructible fracture of the radial head and treatment with radial head arthroplasty.
Complex radial head fracture and elbow instability can be treated with radial head arthroplasty. Good clinical results have been described after this surgical treatment. However, the revision and complication rate reported in the literature is concerning. This might be due to altered kinematics after radial head arthroplasty. 8 human native elbows were examined with dynamic radiostereometric analysis and compared with a radial head arthroplasty. Translations of the radial head in the x-, y- and z-directions...
Transradial catheterization and cannulation are typically well-tolerated procedures, but they are associated with various vascular, infectious, and orthopedic complications. Potential complications include radial artery occlusion, hematoma formation, radial artery laceration, pseudoaneurysm, abscess formation, and compartment syndrome. Hand surgeons are commonly consulted to treat such complications. We review recent evidence available to guide decisions about nonsurgical and surgical interventions to treat...
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The human hand is extremely involved in our daily lives. However, the rehabilitation of hand function after stroke can be rather difficult due to the complexity of hand structure and function, as well as neural basis that supports hand function. Specifically, in individuals with moderate to severe impairment following a stroke, previous evidence for effective treatments that recover hand function in this population is limited, and thus has never been reviewed. With the progress of rehabilitation science and...
Individuals with neurological disorders, such as stroke or spinal cord injury, often have weakness and/or spasticity in their hand and wrist muscles, which can lead to impaired ability to extend their fingers and wrists. Functional electrical stimulation can help restore these motor functions. However, the conventional stimulation method can lead to fast muscle fatigue and limited movements due to a non-physiological recruitment of motor units and a limited recruitment of deep muscles. In this study, we inv...
This paper investigates the convergence of per capita renewable energy consumption across 15 core EU member countries over the period 1990-2018. In addition to the traditional convergence tests, this paper employs a Lagrange multiplier (LM)-based panel unit root test that allows for two endogenously determined structural breaks to test for the stochastic convergence. Given the shortcomings of stochastic convergence tests in light of the possibility of multiple equilibria associated with groups of countries ...
<i>Objective</i>. Myoelectric controlled neuroprostheses can restore hand function to mid-cervical level (C5/C6) paralyzed individuals through voluntary control. However restored functionality is limited due to the small number of available voluntary electromyographic (EMG) signals after paralysis. The purpose of this study was to determine whether dynamic hand function could be reduced to as few as three degrees of freedom using the time-invariant muscle synergy model thereby sh...
A consistently high proportion of thermal injuries in children are to the hand, and scalds and contact burns are the main causes. While most thermal Injuries to the hand in children can be treated conservatively, deep burns can result in scary contractures and syndactylies that cause functional impairments to the hand. Therefore, thermal injuries to the hand in children should be treated in a specialised centre, thus ensuring a differentiated approach with respect to the localisation and extent of the therm...
Nanotubes are prone to collapsing under compression due to the competition between the bending stiffness of the walls and the van der Waals interactions. The different radial morphologies during collapse may affect the electrical properties of nanotube, which may find promising potential applications in strain engineering. In this paper, the finite-deformation model is introduced to determine the radial morphologies, energy barrier and radial deformability of a nanotube under compression, in which the adhes...
Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is the most common mononeuropathy caused by entrapment of the median nerve at the wrist. Common treatment options for CTS include oral analgesics, splinting, hand therapy, local injections with steroids or surgery. OBJECTIVE The aim of the present study was to assess the short-term clinical and electrophysiological outcomes of local corticosteroid injection (LCI) in patients with symptomatic CTS. METHODS Electrophysiological parameters were evaluated before and three months afte...
Hand preference is a striking example of functional lateralization, with 90% of the population preferentially using their right hand. However, the search for brain structural correlates of this lateralization has produced inconsistent results. While large-scale neuroimaging studies using automated methods have largely failed to find local anatomical asymmetries associated with hand preference, other studies identifying specific motor regions have been able to find local morphological and functional differen...
The evidence for treating acute, unreconstructable radial head fractures in unstable elbows with radial head replacement predominantly consists of short- to mid-term follow-up studies with a heterogenous mix of implants and operative techniques. Data on longer-term patient-reported outcomes after radial head replacement is lacking.
The bronchiole is a major site for the development of several life-threatening disorders including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and lung adenocarcinomas. The bronchiolar epithelium is composed of club cells and ciliated epithelial cells, with club cells serving as progenitor cells. Presently, the identity of the cells involved in regeneration of bronchiolar epithelium and the underlying mechanisms remain incompletely understood. Here we show that Prrx1, a homeobox transcription factor, can mark clu...