Mean 5-Year Follow-up for Suture Button Suspensionplasty in the Treatment of Thumb Carpometacarpal Joint
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Osteoarthritis of the thumb carpometacarpal joint
in women and occupational risk factors: a case-control study.!
Total joint arthroplasty for the arthritic thumb carpometacarpal joint
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MacDermid JC, Wessel J, Humphrey R, Ross D, Roth JH (2007) Validity of self-report measures of pain and disability for persons who have undergone arthroplasty for osteoarthritis of the carpometacarpal joint
of the hand.
In addition, significant improvement in pain, assessed by the VAS, and hand function, evaluated by the DASH questionnaire, were demonstrated in patients with OA of the thumb carpometacarpal joint
after a single corticosteroid injection .
Also, osteoarthritis has a strong tendency to involve the carpometacarpal joint
of the thumb, a site spared in psoriatic arthritis, he continued.
While there have been a number of clinical trials comparing two different splinting techniques for carpometacarpal joint
OA (Wajon and Ada 2005, Swigart et al 1999), this study is the first RCT to compare a rigid splint with a control group that has not received a 'placebo' splint.
Ligamanent reconstruction for the painful thumb carpometacarpal joint
. J Hand Surg, 1984; 9A: 692-699.
The carpometacarpal joint
(CM[C.sub.1]), which provides the largest motion among the thumb joints, is commonly considered as a universal joint permitting two degrees of freedom (Cooney & Chao, 1977; Cooney, Lucca, Chao, & Linscheid, 1981 ; Kapandji, 1981; Rijpkema & Girard, 1991; Toft & Berme, 1980) with negligible axial rotation (Cooney et al., 1981, Haines, 1944; Napier, 1955).
2.) Direct the central ray perpendicular to a point 1 inch distal of the radius and 1 inch medial of the base of the first carpometacarpal joint
Patients who were candidates for a corticosteroid injection to treat pathology of the hand or wrist (carpal tunnel syndrome, De Quervain's tenosynovitis, trigger finger, and first carpometacarpal joint
[first CMC] arthritis) based on clinical and diagnostic examination were included.