Published by: American Society for Surgery of the Hand
Edited by: Jeffrey A. Greenberg, MD, MS
Ulnar-Sided Wrist Pain: A Master Skills Publication is devoted solely to addressing—in detail—problems and solutions related to ulnar wrist pain. Thirty chapters, written by world experts, take the reader through the entire spectrum of disorders and dysfunction. The early chapters on development, anatomy and biomechanics lay the foundation for formulating a diagnosis and treatment plan, and later chapters on the TFC, DRUJ instability, arthroplasty and salvage thoroughly address the indications and contraindications, surgical techniques and complications of given procedures.
The chapters are formulated to present a perspective that blends expert experience, contemporary recommended practice and current research and development. With over 300 images and Key Points/ Pearls & Pitfalls featured at the end of every technique chapter, Ulnar-Sided Wrist Pain is a welcome addition to the library of any surgeon, at any level, who is or will be working with patients who experience ulnar wrist pain.
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