The triangular fibrocartilage complex (TFCC) is a complex structure that is a major contributor to the stability of the wrist. Gross anatomy The TFCC is located on. Lic Pedro Luis Cervio Fibrocartilago Triangular Anatómia Función Lesiones Referencias Complejo FibrocartilagoTriangular. Es un grupo. Transcript of FIBROCARTILAGO TRIANGULAR. CONCEPTO Y CLASIFICACIÓN TRATAMIENTO DIAGNÓSTICO CLÍNICO Y ARTROSCOPIA.
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Click here to access your account, or here to register for free! Arthroscopic reduction of intra-articular distal radius fractures. In this key lecture, Dr. Cognet outlines the arthroscopic reduction of intra-articular distal radius fractures. Arthroscopic treatment for scaphoid nonunion.
Tse outlines the arthroscopic treatment for scaphoid nonunion. Arthroscopic dorsal capsuloplasty as treatment for chronic scapholunate tear. The sprain of the scapholunate ligament generates chronic instability, which leads to a chondral change with carpus arthritis.
Tratamiento artroscópico de las lesiones tipo 1B del fibrocartílago triangular
The use of wrist arthroscopy allows the diagnosis of these lesions, even at an early stage, and, sometimes, provides a therapeutic strategy by performing a stable fixation.
The patients were operated on in outpatient settings under regional anesthesia using a pneumatic tourniquet. The capsuloplasty is arthroscopically performed between the dorsal capsule and the dorsal part of the scapholunate ligament, using a PDS suture loop. Scapholunate and scaphocapitate Kirschner wires are placed only at stage 4 after scaphoid reduction.
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A volar splint was placed for a period of 2 months. Fibrocartilsgo of TFCC repair. The understanding of TFCC lesions has dramatically changed in recent years. Interesting proposal from Palmer ini. This presentation provides an update of what was known and our progress in the field.
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Management of scapholunate tears: The understanding of scapholunate ligament lesions has made great strides in recent years, largely thanks to the work undertaken by the two wrist surgery “heavyweights” who are Dr. Marc Garcia-Elias and Dr.
Although they do not use the same approach to treat scapholunate ligament lesions Marc Garcia-Elias opens the wrist and Christopher Mathoulin tries to process triangularr arthroscopicallythey have both reached the same conclusion: This peer-to-peer conversation between these two friends is not a battle, but rather an extremely modern development on a long debated topic Arthroscopic treatment of stage 3 scapholunate advanced collapse SLAC. The evolution of scapholunate dissociations takes place towards osteoarthritis.
The SLAC 3 stage associates a radio-scaphoid with a luno-capitate arthritis. The principle of this intervention is to perform a tendon interposition plasty between the scaphoid and the radius and a partial arthodesis between the capitatum and the lunatum.
Delgado focuses on scapholunate tears and their classification. Arthroscopic interposition in scapholunate advanced collapse wrist arthritis, stage 2 SLAC 2. Scapholunate advanced collapse SLAC is a form of degenerative arthritis of the wrist which is commonly a sequela fibrocaetilago scapholunate instability.
SLAC follows a typical pattern which begins with arthritis of the radial styloid stage 1. Stage 2 is marked by the involvement of the entire scaphoid fossa and the scaphoid while arthritic changes involve the midcarpal joint in stage 3. Stage 2 SLAC is typically managed with proximal row carpectomy PRCwhich preserves some degree of wrist flexion-extension arc and reduces pain.
However, major drawbacks of this procedure are as follows: This video shows a recently described salvage procedure, namely arthroscopic interposition tendon arthroplasty AITAwhich attempts to preserve wrist motion and carpal height simultaneously restoring radiocarpal joint space and reducing pain, by interpositioning tendon graft in the radiocarpal joint.