Thumb distal interphalangeal joint watch online
istal interphalangeal (DIP) joint and thumb interphalangeal joint (IP) arthrod-eses are well-accepted procedures for the treatment of painful or unstable joints. Numer-ous techniques for accomplishing fusion have been described in the literature, using methods of fixation including Kirschner Wires (K-wires). Mar 27, · Arthrodesis of the distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint is a reliable means of achieving pain relief in a symptomatic DIP joint afflicted by a variety of degenerative, inflammatory, or posttraumatic conditions. Successful arthrodesis is more reproducible when rigid compression of the joint is achieved. The distal interphalangeal (DIP) joint is actually the most common location on the body for osteoarthritis (OA). In fact, according to a study evaluating the frequency of hand arthritis, OA at the DIP joint occurs in approximately 58% of individuals age 60 years and older.
The IP joint is the thumb distal interphalangeal joint joint of the thumb. It is shaped as a double dome side by side on the hand side of thumb distal interphalangeal joint joint and two side by side matching shallow curves on the nail side. This allows mobility in bending and straightening but stability in sideways and twisting movements. The IP joints is therefore very stable but this makes it more prone to stiffness and other problems. The common problems are related to wear and tear arthritis.
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