- Painful wrist (radiocarpal and/or midcarpal) joint where reconstructive surgical options are not possible. Typical conditions treated with a wrist arthrodesis are:
Osteoarthritis (from SLAC, SNAC, post wrist fracture, Kienbock’s disease)
Unsuccessful total joint arthroplasty
Spastic hemiplegia with wrist flexion
KeywordsDistal Radius Longus Tendon Extensor Retinaculum Extensor Pollicis Longus Wrist Arthrodesis
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