Stiffness of finger during post-operative followup period, finger stiffness was assessed on movement of finger at metatarsophalangeal joint and at interphalangeal joint
1, tarsometatarsal bone; 2, lateral trochlea; 3, medial trochlea; 4, incisura trochlea; 5, metatarsophalangeal joint; 6, first phalanx of digit IV; 7, second phalanx of digit IV; 8, third phalanx of digit IV; 9, fourth phalanx of digit IV; 10, fifth phalanx of digit IV; 11, first phalanx of digit III; 12, second phalanx of digit III; 13, third phalanx of digit III; 14, fourth phalanx of digit III; 15, interphalangeal joints
of digit IV; 16, interphalangeal joints
of digit III.
Pull-out wire fixation for acute mallet finger fractures with k-wire stabilization of the distal interphalangeal joint
Additional risk factors for recurrence included location at distal interphalangeal joint
of finger, osseous pressure erosion, mitotic activity on histology, proximity to arthritic joint, gene nm 23, and Al-Qattan type II tumors.
Two months later (February 2013), the patient's rheumatoid arthritis flared, with significant bilateral hand tenderness, swelling, and synovitis in metacarpal phalangeal joints and proximal interphalangeal joints
Based on the results of this study and the degree of contracture of the distal interphalangeal joint
observed in a given horse, it is possible that digital hyperextension can be null or produced to a lesser extent when the deep digital flexor tenotomy is performed at the mid-metacarpal level.
It is also helpful to keep the interphalangeal joint
in extension while the pronation deformity is being held in the corrected position.
Thumb interphalangeal joint
extension by the extensor pollicis brevis: association with a subcompartment and de Quervain's disease.
Precisely, he pointed out that the "seiken" (the traditional karate "tsuki") has four point of contact: the first two knuckles and the proximal interphalangeal joint
of the index and middle finger.
Over the middle scutum, the DDF tendon is provided with a strong cartilaginous plate, reinforcing the tendon in this critical point of overextended interphalangeal joint
Response of the adductor pollicis muscle was recorded with the transducer fixed over the distal interphalangeal joint
of the thumb after train-of-four (TOF) of the ulnar nerve with supramaximal current (50 to 60 mA, 0.
Pilot work indicated that a good approximation of a functional, maximum lateral pinch grip span was 70% of the distance from the interphalangeal joint
of the thumb to the distal interphalangeal joint
of the index finger (Figure 2) with the thumb maximally abducted.
The wound, a superficial cur over the dorsal surface of the interphalangeal joint
, was cleansed and bandaged.
The patient had swelling near the proximal interphalangeal joint
There was no joint space narrowing at the proximal interphalangeal joint
or any other joint of the right hand.