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Flexion Contractions of the Left Wrist with Fusion Surgery
Flexion Contractions of the Left Wrist with Fusion Surgery

This multi-image surgical exhibit reveals operative elements utilized to correct flexion contractures of the left hand and wrist. Specifically shown are the following: 1. Initial appearance with contracture clawing the hand, 2. Incision into the back of the hand, 3. Removal of a row of carpal bones in preparation for fusion, 4. Harvest of bone graft from the right iliac crest, and 5. Final fixation-fusion of the wrist in a neutral position with plate and multiple screws.

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Last Updated: Mar 5th, 2020

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