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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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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…

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.…

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…

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…

April #JHSJC Transcript

The pandemic didn't stop us from having a great discussion on two articles from Volume 45, Issue 4 of The Journal of Hand Surgery: Risk of Infection in Trigger Finger Release Surgery Following Corticosteroid Injection and Physical and Occupational Therapy Use and Cost After Common Hand Procedures. Feel free to continue the conversation below in the comments! And please check…
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