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Video Collection: November 2013- PRS 132(5) - CME - Practical Management of Tendon Disorders of the Hand

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Created:   10/28/2013
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The 3 related videos for the 132(5) CME article titled "Practical Management of Tendon Disorders of the Hand." From the November 2013 PRS CME.

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132(5) CME – Practical Management of Tendon Disorders in the Hand – Video 1- Extensor Tendon Transfer

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This video shows a patient with Rheumatoid arthritis who suffered an attritional rupture of the small finger extensor tendon. The end of the small finger extensor was woven into the side of the ring finger extensor tendon. From the “Practical Management of Tendon Disorders in the Hand," November 2013. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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132(5) CME – Practical Management of Tendon Disorders in the Hand – Video 2- Technique of Flexor Tenolysis

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In this video, it is shown that in order to provide longitudinal pull on the proximal flexor tendon without rupturing the pulleys, an Allis clamp can be placed atraumatically around the proximal flexor tendon and twirled. From the “Practical Management of Tendon Disorders in the Hand," November 2013. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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132(5) CME – Practical Management of Tendon Disorders in the Hand – Video 3- Second Stage of Flexor Tendon Reconstruction

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This Video demonstrates the second stage of a flexor tendon reconstruction the tendon graft has been attached distally to the distal phalanx with a button. The strength of the juncture can be assessed prior to proximal tendon weave. From the “Practical Management of Tendon Disorders in the Hand," November 2013. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

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