Causes, Symptoms, Risk Factors, Complications, Diagnosis and Treatment
What would you like to know?
How is Kienbock’s Disease diagnosed?
Common methods of diagnosing Kienbock’s Disease are:
- CT Scan
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What is the treatment for Kienbock’s Disease?
Most common treatments of Kienböck’s disease are:
- Revascularization: It is a surgical procedure that involves the restoration of perfusion to a body part or organ that has suffered ischemia.
- Capitate-shortening osteotomy: It is a decompression procedure in the management of Kienböck’s disease
- Joint leveling: Joint leveling operation involves shortening the bone that is too long ( the radius) or lengthening the bone that is too short (the ulna).
- Metaphyseal core decompression: Is another surgical procedure to treat Kienböck’s disease
- Proximal row carpectomy (PRC): PRC is the surgical removal of the faulty bone.
- Arthroplasty: It’s a surgical procedure to restore the function of a joint by resurfacing the bones.
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