CLEFT HAND RECONSTRUCTION IN A YOUNG ADULT WOMAN (CLINICAL CASE)Journal: Journal of Clinical and Experimental Medical Research(JC&EMR) (Vol.1, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2013-04-15
Authors : Andrey Bespalchuk Lana Kang;
Page : 54-57
Keywords : cleft hand; lobster-claw; congenital anomalies; hand malformation; congenital hand deformity;
Cleft hand is a congenital deformity of the hand consisting of varying absence of the central structures of the hand. One form is the V-shaped cleft in the palm with severe narrowing of the web space and absence of the middle finger. Most peer-reviewed studies in the scientific literature describe surgical treatment during childhood. This study illustrates our experience with treating cleft hand deformity in a skeletally mature patient. We describe a novel surgical technique and the 3 year results using a Z-shaped carpal bone osteotomy reconstruction in a 22 year-old woman results.
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