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October #JHSJC Transcript

We discussed the following two articles from the October 2022 issue of JHS: The Utility of the Carpal Tunnel Syndrome-6 for Predicting the Outcomes of Carpal Tunnel Release by Francis J. Aversano, MD, Charles A. Goldfarb, MD, Richard H. Gelberman, MD, and Ryan P. Calfee, MD, MScIs Midcarpal Arthroscopy for Suspected Scapholunate Pathology Associated With Greater Interobserver Agreement and More…

September #JHSJC Transcript

The #JHSJC is back! We took a brief summer break but returned this month to discuss two leading articles from the September 2022 issue of JHS, 1) "Volar Locking Plate Compared With Combined Plating of AO Type C Distal Radius Fractures: A Randomized Controlled Study of 150 Cases," by Eva Lundqvist, MD, Per Fischer, MD, PhD, Per Wretenberg, MD, PhD,…

June #JHSJC Transcript

For our June #JHSJC event, we discussed the following two articles: Risk of Amyloidosis and Heart Failure Among Patients Undergoing Surgery for Trigger Digit or Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Nationwide Cohort Study With Implications for ScreeningThe Reliability of the CTS-6 for Examiners with Varying Levels of Clinical Experience We thank everyone who joined us for the conversation. We’ll be taking…

May #JHSJC Transcript

For the May JHS event, we discussed an article titled "Magnitude, Direction, Temporal Patterns, and Frequency of Loss of Distal Radius Fracture Reduction in Women 50 Years and Older." We also looked at at a second article titled "Cost-Utility Analysis of Thumb Carpometacarpal Resection Arthroplasty: A Health Economic Study Using Real-World Data." We thank everyone who joined us for the…

April #JHSJC Transcript

Our #JHSJC discussion for April was stimulating and we thank all who attended! We discussed the following two articles from Volume 47, Issue 4 of The Journal of Hand Surgery: Passive Mobilization With Place and Hold Versus Active Motion Therapy After Flexor Tendon Repair: A Randomized Trial (https://www.jhandsurg.org/article/S0363-5023(21)00802-9/fulltext)Cost Assessment of Plating Versus Tension Band Wiring Constructs for Treating Mayo Type…

March #JHSJC Transcript

Thank you to everyone near and far who joined in for the #JHSJC event this month! The first article we discussed was "Five-Year Results of a Randomized, Controlled Trial of Collagenase Treatment Compared With Needle Fasciotomy for Dupuytren Contracture" (https://www.jhandsurg.org/article/S0363-5023(21)00761-9/fulltext) and the second was "Outcome of Simple Decompression of Primary Cubital Tunnel Syndrome Based on Patient-Reported Outcome Measurements" (https://www.jhandsurg.org/article/S0363-5023(21)00763-2/fulltext). As…

February #JHSJC Transcript

For the February #JHSJC discussion, we looked at two articles from Volume 47, Issue 2 of JHS: "Evaluation of a Comprehensive Telemedicine Pathway for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Comparison of Virtual and In-Person Assessments" and "Minimal Clinically Important Difference for PROMIS Physical Function and Pain Interference in Patients Following Surgical Treatment of Distal Radius Fracture." We thank all of those…

January #JHSJC Transcript

We started off the new year strong with our first #JHSJC discussion of 2022! We looked at two leading articles from Volume 47, Issue 1 of JHS: "Evaluation of Risk Factors for Loss of Acceptable Alignment for Distal Radius Fractures That Are Nondisplaced or Minimally Displaced on Initial Presentation" and "Utilization of Diagnostic Testing for Carpal Tunnel Syndrome: A Survey…

November #JHSJC Transcript

For this discussion, we looked at Midterm Patient-Reported Outcomes in Wrist Denervation for Post-Traumatic Arthritis and Patterns of Upper Extremity Reconstruction for Patients With Tetraplegia Across the United States: A Retrospective Study, both of which are from the November 2021 issue of JHS. We thank everyone who joined our debate, especially our colleagues from overseas! Feel free to continue the…

October #JHSJC Transcript

October's #JHSJC event was tremendous! Thank you to all who participated both in North America and Europe! We discussed the following articles: Limited Fasciectomy Versus Collagenase Clostridium histolyticum for Dupuytren Contracture: A Propensity Score Matched Study of Single Digit Treatment With Minimum 5 Years of Telephone Follow-Up 2. A Standard Set for Outcome Measurement in Patients With Hand and Wrist…