Phalangeal fractures are very common, representing approximately 10% of all fractures that present to the emergency room. While many Phalangeal fractures can be treated non-operatively, some do require surgery. This webinar will address key principles in the assessment and management of phalangeal fractures. All critical aspects of phalangeal fracture care will be discussed with pertinent case examples. Surgeons will learn to assess and evaluate phalangeal anatomy and fracture geometry. Adjuvant imaging techniques to analyze fracture geometry and plan implant placement, will be discussed in detail. And finally, the webinar will cover fixation techniques, including various instrumentation options.Moderator:Jeffrey Lawton, MDChief, Hand and Upper ExtremityProfessor, Orthopaedic SurgeryAssociate Chair for Quality and Safety, Orthopaedic SurgeryProfessor, Plastic SurgeryUniversity of MichiganAnn Arbor, MichiganFaculty: Charles Cassidy, MDHenry H. Banks Professor and ChairmanDepartment of OrthopaedicsTufts Medical CenterBoston, MassachusettsChaitanya Mudgal, MD, MS (Ortho), MChHand Surgery ServiceDepartment of OrthopedicsMassachusetts General HospitalChairman, AO NA Hand Education CommitteeAssociate Professor, Orthopedic Surgery, Harvard Medical SchoolBoston, MassachusettsAmit Gupta, MD, FRCSProfessorDepartment of Orthopaedic SurgeryUniversity of LouisvilleLouisville, KentuckyRebecca Neiduski, PhD, OTR/L, CHTDean of the School of Health SciencesProfessor of Health SciencesElon UniversityElon, North Carolina
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