capsulodesis

capsulodesis

An orthopaedic technique—e.g., the Blatt dorsal capsulodesis—which uses a flap of dorsal capsule to tether the scaphoid tuberosity to retard scaphoid flexion. Because the flap is attached to the distal radius, wrist flexion is reduced by about 20%.
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Capsulodesis and puleey advancement for the correction of claw finger deformity.
Lavernia CJ et al treated scapholunate dissociation by ligamentous repair and capsulodesis (3).
If the condition becomes chronic reconstructive procedures like dorsal capsulodesis, tendon weaves using free tendon grafts, scapholunate arthrodesis and bone ligament bone autografs have to be performed.
Treatment of scapholunate dissociation by ligamentous repair and capsulodesis.
The radially based capsule is then tied to each of these bone suture anchors, completing the capsulodesis.
Chapters have been revised and updated, and illustrations have been expanded for this edition, which integrates new subjects such as arthroscopic-assisted limited open reduction of the radius, distal radius osteotomy, percutaneous fixation of the scaphoid, dorsal intercarpal ligament capsulodesis, and four-corner arhtrodesis with headless screws.
If hyperextension is greater than 30[degrees], options include MCP joint fusion or volar plate capsulodesis.
A pulley advancement or Srinavasan's extensor diversion would be preferred static techniques, as they have less likelihood of recurrence of deformity than a metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joint capsulodesis.
Capsulodesis and pulley advancement for correction of claw-finger deformity.
When hyperextension is greater than 30[degrees], arthrodesis or volar capsulodesis may be performed.