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Hand and Wrist Injuries 2

Hand and Wrist Injuries 2 - ● c/o pain in wrist ●...

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ORTHOPEDIC EMERGENCIES HAND INJURIES
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PRESENTER                         DR.  DANIEL SQUIRE MUN Grad 1983 Orthopedic Residency/Wrist fellowship University of Ottawa 1984 - 1989 Clinical Assistant Professor Othopedics MUN 1990 - present Program Director, MUN Orthopedic Residency 1992 - present
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CASE # 1 24 year old skier falls at White Hills c/o pain right thumb swelling at metacarpophalangeal joint tender ulnar side of mcp joint stability tests
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CASE # 1  Discussion Skier’s thumb = ulnar collateral ligament injury +/- fracture at base of phalanx “Stener” lesion thumb spica vs. surgery examine & compare opposite side
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CASE # 2 21 year old mountain biker thrown over handlebars on downhill trail
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Unformatted text preview: ● c/o ++ pain in wrist ● fusiform swelling left wrist ● numbness thumb & index fingers ● marked loss of motion ● tender all around wrist CASE # 2 ● XRAY Interpretation ● Diagnosis ? ● Initial management ? ● Definitive treatment ? CASE # 2 Discussion ● classification of perilunate dislocations ● anatomy of wrist ligaments ● radiographic findings ● treatment principles ● prognosis CASE # 3 ● 17 year old basketball player with “jammed finger” ● swollen PIP joint ● tender all around joint ● decreased range of motion ● xray CASE # 3 Discussion ● Condylar fractures of phalanx ● London classification ● Beware of “late” displacement ● Treatment principles...
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