Hand & Wrist — Current State of Treatment and Controversies Surrounding Pathologies
Hand and wrist problems are a common complaint and reason for referral to an orthopaedic surgeon. The general orthopaedist will be required to see these conditions on a frequent basis and needs to understand the current state of treatment and some of the controversies surrounding the pathologies themselves. Dr. Andrew Trenholm (Dalhousie University) guest edits a full feature on hand and wrist in the COA Bulletin where basilar joint arthritis, Kienbock's disease, fractures of the scaphoid and scaphoid non-unions are discussed by experts in the field.
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