Bone Injuries: Treatment & Rehabilitation,
Hand Clinics – 1986

Restoration of hand function after skeletal disruption must achieve maximum range of motion with solid union of the underlying fractures. Too often the significance of the fractures of the hand is underestimated. Correct diagnosis, accurate fracture reduction, and a program of early range of motion are imperative to achieve these goals… View Complete Article

Hand Clinics, Vol. 2, No. 1, p81-91, Feb 1986

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