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Journal of the Korean Society for Surgery of the Hand 2004;9(3):183-187.
Published online September 1, 2004.
Dorsal Dislocation of the Second and Third Carpometacarpal Joint -A Case Report-
Jun-Mo Lee, Young-Keun Lee
제 2, 3 수근 중수 관절 후방 탈구 -1예 보고-
이준모, 이영근
The index and middle carpometacarpal joints are more stable joint than other carpometacarpal joints in the hand and concomitant dorsal dislocation of these 2 joints is very rare in the literature. We treated a case of concomitant dorsal dislocation of the second and third carpometacarpal joints caused by a fall from a height with closed reduction and percutaneous k-wires fixation and followed up for 13 months resulting a good range of motion.

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