Carpo metacarpal dislocation of the 4th and 5th finger
Author(s): A Rajaalah, O Bensitel, K Jebbouri, A Rafaoui, A Messoudi, M Rahmi, M Rafai, C Elkassimi, S Rouadi and M Fadili
Abstract: Carpo-metacarpal dislocations are a rare lesion, we report a case of palmar carpo-metacarpal dislocation of the fourth and fifth finger, treated urgently by reduction and stabilization with closed-focus pinning. Post-operative immobilization with an intrinsic splint was performed for six weeks, with rehabilitation starting in the fourth week. Functional outcome was satisfactory.
A Rajaalah, O Bensitel, K Jebbouri, A Rafaoui, A Messoudi, M Rahmi, M Rafai, C Elkassimi, S Rouadi, M Fadili. Carpo metacarpal dislocation of the 4th and 5th finger. Int J Case Rep Orthop 2023;5(1):139-140. DOI: 10.22271/27078345.2023.v5.i1c.156
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