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Radial Shortening Osteotomy and Wrist Denervation for Kienbock Disease

March 01, 2020

Contributors: Sonu A Jain, MD; John Patrick Mickley, BS; Richard Samade, MD; Austin J Roebke, BS

Keywords: Avascular Necrosis; Osteotomy

Case Overview This video demonstrates the technique for radial shortening osteotomy and wrist denervation for the management of Kienbock disease. Indications, contraindications, technical pearls, and potential pitfalls are discussed. Method/Technique The video highlights the technical aspects of the case and discusses clinical indications and outcomes. The technique for radial shortening osteotomy and wrist denervation is shown. Results Radial shortening osteotomy with wrist denervation is associated with favorable outcomes in patients with Kienbock disease. Published results of the procedures are discussed in the video. Summary This video presents the technique for radial shortening osteotomy and wrist denervation in a patient with Kienbock disease. The video discusses indications, contraindications, technical considerations, and outcomes.

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