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Severe extensor tendon attrition and multiple tendon ruptures resulting from Kienböck's disease.

Kienböck's disease is a rare but recognized cause of chronic wrist pain. Occasionally, complications arise leading to tendon rupture. The authors present the first reported case of attrition to all extensors of the hand, and extensor tendon rupture to the little finger in a patient with a 45-year history of Kienböck's disease. This is also the first reported incidence of this complication in whites. Clinical features, surgical management, and the successful outcome are discussed.

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