Hand fractures constitute 25 per cent of all fractures and are treated by a wide range of specialists, ranging from orthopaedic surgeons to general practitioners, many of whom are unfortunately unclear on the proper treatment method for such fractures. This book addresses various possible hand fracture patterns with radiographs (X-rays).
Fractures of the Finger Metacarpals;
Fractures of the Finger Proximal Phalanx;
Fractures of the Finger Distal Phalanx;
Thumb Metacarpal Fractures;
Thumb Phalangeal Fractures;
Carpal Fractures and Dislocations;
Complications in Hand Surgery;
Appendices : Principles of Percutaneous Pinning of
How to Apply a Simple Dynamic External Fixator.