Fractures of the radius and ulna: What to know
The radius and the ulna are bones in the forearm. A fracture is a broken bone. Fractures of the radius and ulna are among the most common bone injuries.
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Facts and Statistics: What You Need to Know
Carpal tunnel syndrome occurs when the median nerve becomes pinched or squeezed as it travels through a passageway in the wrist formed by the carpal bones and the flexor retinaculum.
What is intersection syndrome?
Intersection syndrome is when tendons in a person’s wrist and back of the forearm become inflamed and swollen. It is a rare form of tendonitis. People who play certain sports may be at an increased risk.
Functional recovery in the surgical treatment of tennis elbow: side-to-side versus tendon-to-bone attachment using a knotless suture anchor, a randomized controlled trial
Lateral epicondylitis of the elbow sometimes does not respond to conservative treatment and requires surgical intervention. Many different surgical techniques have been described. The aim of this randomized study was to compare functional outcomes of open side-to-side suturing of the tendon with tendon-to-bone fixation with a knotless suture anchor.
Pain in Your Hand, Wrist or Elbow? When To Seek Help
Pain is your body’s way of telling you something is wrong. But it doesn’t always tell you exactly what’s wrong and if you need medical treatment. So, when pain develops in your hand, wrist or elbow, how do you know whether to treat it at home or see a doctor?