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April #JHSJC Transcript

For our April JHS Journal Club discussion, we looked at the following two lead articles from April's issue: Rate of Bone Mineral Density Testing and Subsequent Fracture-Free Interval After Distal Forearm Fracture in the Medicare Population and Outcomes Associated With Scapholunate Ligament Injury Following Intra-Articular Distal Radius Fractures. Thank you to everyone who monitored and participated! Feel free to continue…
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March #JHSJC Transcript

We had a great discussion this month about two articles from the March issue (Volume 46, Issue 3) of The Journal of Hand Surgery: Impact of Insurance Type on Self-Reported Symptom Severity at the Preoperative Visit for Carpal Tunnel Release and Variation in Use of Electrodiagnostic Testing: Analysis From the Michigan Collaborative Hand Initiative for Quality in Surgery. Thank you…
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February #JHSJC Transcript

We thank all of this month's #JHSJC discussion participants! We talked about two articles from Volume 46, Issue 2 of The Journal of Hand Surgery and addressed a number of critical topics: The Association Between Electrodiagnostic Severity and Treatment Recommendations for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome and Relevance of Diagnosed Depression and Antidepressants to PROMIS Depression Scores Among Hand Surgical Patients. Feel…
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January #JHSJC Transcript

Thank you to everyone who participated in the first #JHSJC of the new year! We kicked off 2021 by discussing two articles from Volume 46, Issue 1 of The Journal of Hand Surgery: Epidemiology and Treatment of Radial Head Fractures: A Database Analysis of Over 70,000 Inpatient Cases and A Matched Comparison of Postoperative Complications Between Smokers and Nonsmokers Following Open…
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December #JHSJC Transcript

Thank you to everyone who participated in the final #JHSJC of 2020! We finished the year off strong by discussing two articles from Volume 45, Issue 12 of The Journal of Hand Surgery: Establishing Validity of a Comprehensive Hand Surgical Training and Educational Platform (STEP) and Clinical, Radiological, and Electrodiagnostic Diagnosis of Pronator Syndrome Concurrent With Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Feel free to…
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November #JHSJC Transcript

Thank you to everyone who participated in the November #JHSJC discussion! We send a special thank you to our Guest Hosts, Charles A. Goldfarb, MD (@Congenitalhand) and Christopher J. Dy, MD, MPH, FACS (@ChrisDyMD)! We looked at two articles from Volume 45, Issue 11 of The Journal of Hand Surgery: Distal Biceps Tendon Rupture Surgery: Changing Incidence in Finnish and…
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October #JHSJC Transcript

We had a great turnout for our October discussion! Thank you to everyone who participated. We looked at two articles from Volume 45, Issue 10 of The Journal of Hand Surgery: The Influence of Cost Information on Treatment Choice: A Mixed-Methods Study and Thumb Carpometacarpal Arthritis: Prognostic Indicators and Timing of Further Intervention Following Corticosteroid Injection. Feel free to continue…
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September #JHSJC Transcript

We took a short break for the summer but #JHSJC is back! Thank you to everyone who participated in the September #JHSJC. We looked at two excellent articles from Volume 45, Issue 9 of The Journal of Hand Surgery: Telemedicine After Upper Extremity Surgery: A Prospective Study of Program Implementation and Canadian Plastic Surgery Resident Operative Experience in Hand Surgery.…
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June #JHSJC Transcript

Thank you to everyone who participated in the June #JHSJC! We'll be taking a short break for the summer but will be back in September. See you then! We looked at two excellent articles from Volume 45, Issue 6 of The Journal of Hand Surgery: The Prognostic Value of Preoperative Patient-Reported Function and Psychological Characteristics on Early Outcomes Following Trapeziectomy With Ligament…
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May #JHSJC Transcript

Despite times still being very uncertain for all of us, we had a great conversation during this month's #JHSJC! The two articles we looked at from Volume 45, Issue 5 of The Journal of Hand Surgery were Borderline Nerve Conduction Velocities for Median Neuropathy at the Carpal Tunnel and Proximal Row Carpectomy Versus 4-Corner Fusion: Incidence, Conversion to Fusion, and…