Peter J. Stern, MD
Proximal row carpectomy is an accepted motion-sparing surgical procedure for the treatement of degenerative conditions of the wrist. In this VJO/JBJS video supplement to his article, Dr. Peter J. Stern discusses other surgical treatment options and the advantages of proximal row carpectomy. In addition, he demonstrates his surgical technique and provides pearls in avoiding complications.
- Advantages/Disadvantages vs. Alternative Options
- Pearls in Avoiding Complications
- Advances in Technique
- Post Op Protocol
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See the Corresponding JBJS Article:
- Michael L. DiDonna, Thomas R. Kiefhaber, and Peter J. Stern
- Proximal Row Carpectomy. Study with a Minimum of Ten Years of Follow-up.
J. Bone Joint Surg. Am., Nov 2004; 86: 2359 – 2365 [Article]
- Total Run Time: 28:32 minutes
- Catalog Number: 3018
- VJO Publication Date: September, 2004