Aggressive paediatric camptodactyly: the evolution of a proposed treatment algorithm
4 monthes ago - By Journal of Plastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Surgery
It is a long established teaching to avoid operating on camptodactyly unless there is a failure of non-operative treatment, such as serial splinting and hand therapy, and there is an established proximal interphalangeal joint contracture of 60°; a recent systematic review reflects this continuing approach, with some papers advocating intervention with a lesser degree of contracture.
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