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In the article "Arthroscopic Techniques for Wrist Arthritis (Radial Styloidectomy and Proximal Pole Hamate Excisions)'' by Jeffrey Yao, MD, and A. Lee Osterman, MD, in the November 2005 issue, "Wrist Arthritis,'' Figs. 6 and 7 were not properly credited to Steven F. Viegas, MD, Professor and Chief, Division of Hand Surgery, Department of Orthopaedic Surgery at the University of Texas Medical Branch in Galveston, Texas. We apologize for this oversight.
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Note: Page numbers of article titles are in boldface type.
Arthritis, degenerative and post-traumatic, of carpometacarpal joints of fingers, 221-228
nonrheumatoid, of metacarpophalangeal joint, unconstrained pyrolytic carbon implants in, 183-193
of basal joint of thumb, suspensionplasty for, 171-175
of metacarpophalangeal joint of thumb, 211-220
arthrodesis in, 216-218 arthroplasty in, 213-216 discussion of, 218-219 incidence and etiology of, 211-212 nonsurgical management of, 212 surgical management of, 212-213 rheumatoid, silicone metacarpophangeal joint arthroplasty in, 177-182
Arthrodesis, and resection arthroplasty, in metacarpophalangeal disease of fingers, 195-200
in arthritis of metacarpophalangeal joint of thumb, 216-218 of metacarpophalangeal joint, 216-218 of metacarpophalangeal joint of fingers, 198-200
with screw fixation, of distal interphalangeal joints, 207-210
Arthroplasty, hinged metal-polyethylene, of metacarpophalangeal joint, 215-216 in arthritis of metacarpophalangeal joint of thumb, 213-216 of metacarpophalangeal joint. See
Metacarpophalangeal joint arthroplasty. replacement, of proximal interphalangeal joint, 201
biomechanics and prosthetic design of,
201-203 silastic implant for, 204-205 silicone implant for, 205 technique of, 203-204
resection, and arthrodesis, in metacarpophalangeal disease of fingers, 195-200
Swanson silicone, of metacarpophalangeal joint, 213-215
Arthroscopy, of basal joint of thumb, indications for, 156-157
surgical technique of, 157 trapeziometacarpal. See Trapeziometacarpal arthroscopy.
Arthrosis, degenerative, of carpometacarpal joints of fingers, 225-227 post-traumatic, of carpometacarpal joints of fingers, treatment of, 222-224, 225
Basal joint of thumb. See Thumb, basal joint of.
Carbon implants, unconstrained pyrolytic, in nonrheumatoid arthritis of metacarpophalangeal joint, 183-193
Carpometacarpal joint(s), of fingers, anatomy, pathomechanics, and epidemiology of, 221-222
degenerative and post-traumatic arthritis of, 221-228 degenerative arthrosis of, 225-227 post-traumatic arthrosis of, treatment of, 222-224, 225 of thumb, 153
arthroscopic classification of, 155, 156, 165 functional anatomy of, 155
Collagen, radiofrequency effects on, basal joint of thumb and, 157
in trapeziometacarpal arthroscopy, 157-158
Eaton Stage I disease, in metacarpal extension osteotomy of thumb, 137-141
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