Snapping Junctura Tendinum to the Small Finger Simulating Radial Sagittal Band Rupture

In-Ho Jeon; Joon-Ho Seok; Jin-Won Choi; Byung-Woo Lee; Shin-Yoon Kim; Poong-Taek Kim
May 2009
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery, American Volume;May2009, Vol. 91-A Issue 5, p1219
Academic Journal
The article presents case reports of two people who developed snapping of the extensor tendon over the metacarpophalangeal joint which resembled radial sagittal band rupture. A discussion of medical treatments that were given to the two patients is presented. The patients' return to good health following treatment is discussed.


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