Update on the Use of Arthroscopy in Kienböck's Disease ManagementArtikel in mehreren Sprachen: English | español
Kienböck's disease is a clinical-radiological condition that can permanently affect wrist functionality and the patient's quality of life. Proper, pertinent diagnosis and treatment are required to avoid salvage procedures. Arthroscopic techniques have emerged as an important tool for the treatment of certain stages of the disease.
We present a review of the literature and propose a treatment algorithm according to the stage of the disease, including arthroscopic techniques. We detail the surgical technique of arthroscopic scaphocapitate arthrodesis, and the functional outcomes obtained by our group.
KeywordsKienböck's disease - lunate avascular necrosis - wrist arthroscopy - scaphocapitate arthrodesis - partial wrist fusion.
Eingereicht: 05. Oktober 2020
Angenommen: 15. Oktober 2020
24. November 2020 (online)
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