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ALLMedicine™ Hand Injury Center

Research & Reviews  124 results

A randomised clinical trial comparing outcomes of a single digit volar plate injury - B...
BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders; Walsh S, Fahey P et. al.

Mar 1st, 2023 - Volar plate injuries are a common hand injury and complications associated with this injury such as a fixed flexion deformity, persistent pain and oedema can have a significant impact on a person's function. The literature reports these injuries a...

Managing cold intolerance after hand injury: A systematic review.
Hand Surgery & Rehabilitation; Greene BHC, Gudimella R et. al.

Feb 1st, 2023 - This systematic review seeks to understand whether cold intolerance (CI) improves with time and if there is any role for management strategies such as behavioural therapy, surgery, or pharmacotherapy. Two independent reviewers used a predefined se...

Persistent Unilateral Force Production Deficits following Hand Injury in Experienced Cl...
Wilderness & Environmental Medicine; Orth D, Slebioda N et. al.

Dec 15th, 2022 - In climbing, research is needed to guide clinical and training advice regarding strength differences between hands. The objectives of this study were to establish test-retest reliability of a field-based apparatus measuring sport-specific unilater...

Short-term Clinical Outcome of Dual Plate Fixation in the Treatment of Proximal Humerus...
Orthopaedic Surgery; Liu J, Cui P et. al.

Dec 10th, 2022 - Calcar comminution has been considered to be the main cause of the failure of internal fixation and fracture nonunion in proximal humerus surgery. Anatomical reduction and increasing the strength of internal fixation is the key to success. The pur...

Epidemiology of Pediatric Hand Injury at a Pediatric Department in Japan.
Pediatric Emergency Care; Fukumasa H, Kobayashi M et. al.

Sep 30th, 2022 - The hands and fingers are frequently injured among children. Therefore, this study aimed to describe the epidemiological characteristics of hand and finger injuries among Japanese children and identify preventive strategies. This was a retrospecti...

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Clinicaltrials.gov  10 results

The Effect of Motor Imagery in Patients With Radius Distal End Fracture

May 4th, 2022 - Distal Radius End Fracture (DRC) is one of the most common fractures among all extremity fractures and wrist fractures . Pain, edema and functional loss are common findings in patients, and the physiotherapy program should be well planned from an ...

Unsupported Upper Extremity Exercise Test in Chronic Neck Pain

Jun 24th, 2021 - Persons with chronic neck pain may limit the functional use of their upper extremities. It is recommended to determine appropriate upper extremity measurement methods in patients with chronic neck pain. Therefore the aim of this study was to exami...

Health-related Quality of Life After Massive Burn Injury

Sep 7th, 2018 - The hypotheses are as follows: the HR-QOL of massive burns shows a significative alteration compared to general population this alteration is comparable with another chronic disease the main predictors of impaired quality of life related to physic...

The Effect of Activity-based Training in Patients With Hand-related Injuries Grouped Using Sense of Coherence Scores

Aug 31st, 2018 - Background Patients with the same type of hand injury often reach different functional levels. Therefore, it is necessary to investigate what kind of rehabilitation is most efficient for each individual patient. Research has shown that a person's ...

Hand Injury Patients Receiving Different Rehabilitation Programs

Jul 24th, 2018 - Rehabilitation regimen is a noninvasive therapy for hand injured patients after operation. Protected active/passive motion is the mostly used method. Rehabilitation therapy could provide pain control, improvement of joint motion, stiffness reducti...

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News  4 results

Disability Insurance: What Dermatology Residents Need to Know
Megan Brown, MD

Feb 24th, 2016 - Several older physicians have emphasized to me the importance of choosing an excellent disability insurance policy during residency. However, choosing the right policy can be a difficult task.

Case Report: High-Pressure Injection Hand Injury
Taneisha Wilson, MD, Jason B. Hack, MD

Jun 1st, 2015 - Case A 42-year-old healthy man presented to the ED 3 hours after sustaining an injury to the tip of his left index finger from a pressurized washer. He stated that while at work, he had touched the jet nozzle of the washer to “test” its pressure,.

Just Between Friends

Apr 21st, 2011 - Are You Friends With Your Patients? Just the other day, I discovered that a patient's parent shoots hoops at the same outdoor court I use. The boundaries of patient-physician confidentiality will prevent me from ever initiating any conversation ab...

Traumatic Hand Injury

Dec 13th, 2001 - Case History What is the hand injury that this photograph documents? Open fracture of the proximal and middle phalanx, including the joint surface. View the correct answer.

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