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Complications after the fractures of metacarpal and phalanges.

Hand Clinics 2010 May
Fractures of the metacarpals and phalanges represent 40% of all upper extremity fractures. Complications associated with these fractures are also prevalent, and can arise with both conservative and surgical treatment of hand fractures, making treatment of complications an essential part of caring for these injuries. In this article the treatment of complications associated with open fractures and infection are reviewed, in addition to current treatment options for malunion and stiffness.

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