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[OCOSH Code: D006225 118933004 HD]

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Acquired Hand Deformities (28)
Acquired Hand Deformities
MeSH Search Term "Hand Deformities, Acquired"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code M21 [4] Other acquired deformities of limbs [Hand]
SNOMED-CT Term Acquired deformity of hand (disorder) Concept ID:66327008
OCOSH Code: D006227 66327008 M21 HD_AHD
Congenital Hand Deformities (117)
Congenital Hand Deformities
MeSH Search Term "Upper Extremity Deformities, Congenital"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code Q68.1 Congenital deformity of hand
SNOMED-CT Term Congenital anomaly of the hand (disorder) Concept ID: 34111000
OCOSH Code: D038062 34111000 Q68.1 HD_CHD

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2001 Biomechanics of the Wrist and Hand

Location: http://moon.ouhsc.edu/dthompso/namics/labs/wrist2.htm

These (physio) lab problems are designed to help students review hand anatomy, to relate their existing knowledge to functional considerations, and to introduce new material.
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center Department of Rehabilitation Sciences 2001
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2004 Infectious and Inflammatory Flexor Tenosynovitis eMedicine Orthopedics

Location: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1239040-overview

Flexor tenosynovitis (FT) is a pathophysiologic state causing disruption of normal flexor tendon function in the hand. A variety of etiologies are responsible for this process. Most acute cases of FT are the result of infection. However, FT also can be secondary to acute or chronic inflammation as a result...
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2009 (Updated) Benign Hand Tumors eMedicine Plastics

Location: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/1286448-overview

Benign tumors of the hand may be categorized using the different anatomic subunits of the hand. Each subunit has potential for disease processes and abnormal growth. Notably, the musculoskeletal, vascular, osseous, perionychial, cutaneous, and soft tissue elements can develop benign lesions that may manifest as localized masses of the hand....
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2011 Growth diagrams for individual finger strength in children measured with the RIHM CORR Open Access

Location: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3032876

Results Because there was no difference in strength between boys and girls and between dominant and nondominant hands, both hands and genders were combined in one growth diagram for each measurement. The normative data were presented in a table format and in growth diagrams for each myometer measurement.
Conclusions These diagrams can be...
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A Physician With Osteomyelitis

Location: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/421541

New Orleans Citywide Rounds A Physician With Osteomyelitis from Infections in Medicine ® 2001 Melissa Wynn, MD, Richard J. Wallace, Jr, MD, Katherine Baumgarten, MD, and Julia Garcia Diaz, MD, Introduction A 51-year-old male physician, previously healthy, was admitted for evaluation and treatment of an infected wrist. Initially, a papule had developed on his right...
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Arthritis- Basal joint arthritis

Location: http://www.eatonhand.com/img/img00031.htm

Thumb basal joint arthritis is a common condition which often affects both hands. It is painless in some people, but others have great difficulty because of pain and weakness of pinch. Over time, the thumb may draw into the palm and be compensated by stretching and hyperextending the adjacent metacarpophalangeal joint.
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Arthritis- Basal joint arthroplasty with split abductor pollicis longus graft

Location: http://www.e-hand.com/img/img00048.htm

There are many variations on the procedure of soft tissue basal joint arthroplasty. In this case, the abductor pollicis longus tendon is split with a custom tendon stripper and used as a distally based graft for ligament reconstruction and interposition.
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Arthritis- diffuse inflammatory osteoarthritis

Location: http://www.e-hand.com/img/img00061.htm

This woman in her 30's presented with left wrist pain and was found to have inflammatory osteoarthritic changes throughout her wrist, distal radioulnar joint and thumb basal joint. Blood tests were normal, including rheumatoid factor, antinuclear antibody, sedimentation rate, uric acid, and complete blood count. She was treated with nonsteroidal...
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Chronic Instability of the Distal Radioulnar Joint A Review

Location: http://www.uphs.upenn.edu/ortho/oj/2000/html/oj13sp00p43.html

Although our understanding of human anatomy has grown rapidly, the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) remains one of the least understood joints in the body. Problems of the DRUJ have been called by Palmer as the "low back pain of the wrist". Over the last 15 years, there has been a...
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Distal Radioulnar Joint Problems and Treatment Options

Location: http://www.orthosupersite.com/view.asp?rID=5183

Forearm rotation and stability depend on the normal anatomic relationships about the radioulnar joints (distal and proximal), the interosseous membrane, and the shape of the forearm bones. Injuries to any of these structures result in pain, decreased strength, limited range of motion, and loss of forearm function. This article discusses...
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Felon eMedicine Emergengy

Location: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/782537-overview

Felons are closed-space infections of the fingertip pulp.
Fingertip pulp is divided into numerous small compartments by vertical septa that stabilize the pad. Infection occurring within these compartments can lead to abscess formation, edema, and rapid development of increased pressure in a closed space. This increased pressure may compromise blood flow...
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Hand Infections eMedicine Emergency

Location: http://emedicine.medscape.com/article/783011-overview

In 1939, Kanavel, author of the landmark Infections of the Hand, observed, "In almost all cases of serious infection the difficulty is to make a correct diagnosis both as to the nature of the infection and the position of the pus." Specific infections covered in this article include paronychia, felon,...
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