Daniel Muder

Daniel Muder
Akademiska Sjukhuset · Department of Handsurgery

M.D.

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Background: Finger metacarpal fractures represent up to 31% of all hand fractures, and most can be treated nonoperatively. Whether operative treatment is superior to nonoperative treatment for oblique and/or spiral finger metacarpal shaft fractures (MSFs) is unknown. Methods: Forty-two patients with displaced oblique and/or spiral finger MSFs we...
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Background Reconstruction of an osteoarthritic distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) in patients with high physical demands and a long lifetime expectancy is challenging. A variety of methods like implant surgery and salvage procedures as partial or total ulnar head resection and the Sauve-Kapandji procedure are reasonable options in the elderly patient b...
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Background Reconstruction of an osteoarthritic distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) in patients with high physical demands and a long lifetime expectancy is challenging. A variety of methods like implant surgery and salvage procedures as partial or total ulnar head resection and the Sauve-Kapandji procedure are reasonable options in the elderly patient b...
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Assessment of gene and protein expression in tissue sections is instrumental in medical research. However, this is often challenging to perform on skeletal tissues that require prolonged decalcification and have poor adhesion to slides. In this study, we optimized selected steps of in situ hybridization (ISH), immunohistochemistry (IHC), and immuno...
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Objective Perichondrium autotransplants have been used to reconstruct articular surfaces destroyed by infection or trauma. However, the role of the transplanted perichondrium in the healing of resurfaced joints have not been investigated. Design Perichondrial and periosteal tissues were harvested from rats hemizygous for a ubiquitously expressed e...
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Adhesions between the interosseous and lumbrical muscles involving the deep transverse metacarpal ligament (dTML) can be a cause of chronic pain and reduced range of motion. New reports on this condition are rare. We identified five patients experiencing pain, swelling and decreased range of motion in the metacarpophalangeal (MCP) joints during man...
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Reconstruction of articular surfaces destroyed by infection or trauma is hampered by the lack of suitable graft tissues. Perichondrium autotransplants have been used for this purpose. However, the role of the transplanted perichondrium in the healing of resurfaced joints have not been investigated. Perichondrial and periosteal tissues were harveste...
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Background: The aim of our study was to compare the long-term outcome after perichondrium transplantation and two-component surface replacement (SR) implants to the metacarpophalangeal (MCP) and the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joints. Methods: We evaluated 163 joints in 124 patients, divided into 138 SR implants in 102 patients and 25 pericho...
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Background: Gratifying long-term results are difficult to achieve when reconstructing osteoarthritic finger joints. Implant surgery is the most commonly used method to restore function and dexterity. However, all types of implant have disadvantages and may be a less favorable option in some cases, especially in young patients with a long expected...
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Introduction Adhesions between the tendons to the interosseous muscles, the lumbrical muscles and occasionally the deep transverse metacarpal ligament can be symptomatic and cause chronic discomfort in the distal part of the hand. Reports about the condition are rare and the causal factors in previous publications are in principle limited to crush...
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Posterior dislocation of the shoulder is a rare injury and often misdiagnosed during the initial presentation to a physician. Misdiagnosis is due to a lack of clear clinical signs compared to anterior dislocation and inappropriate radiographs. In contrast to anterior dislocations, the humeral head defect accounts for recurrent instability. Dependin...

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