Table 3.

Diagnosis and Type of Orthopedic Surgery.

Diagnosis Type of Surgery
SCL Navicular bone fracture Resection of styloid process
Tear of tendon Suturing of the tendon
Bursitis of olecranon Bursectomy
Recurrent carpal tunnel syndrome Carpal tunnel release
Fracture of olecranon (×2) ORIF
Osteoarthritis Carpo-metacarpal arthrodesis
Scaphoid–radius joint osteoarthritis Wrist fusion
Tendinitis Tendon release
Fracture of finger with tear of ligaments ORIF and ligamentorrhaphy

ICL Tennis elbow (×3) Hohmann operation; epicondylectomy (×2)
Fracture of radius and ulna (×2) ORIF
Contracture of palmar fascia Release of the fascia
Ganglion of the hand Excision
Ulnar nerve entrapment, CTS * Ulnar nerve transposition, CT release
Trauma; partial tear of the ligament was diagnosed in the elbow region Ligament reconstruction
Rheumatoid arthritis Carpo-carpal and carpo-metacarpal arthrodesis

AX Ganglion of the hand Excision
Olecranon bursitis Bursectomy
Ulnar nerve compression * Ulnar nerve transposition
Tumor of hand Excision
Tear of ligament Suturing
Fracture of ulna ORIF
Ulnar nerve entrapment * Ulnar nerve transposition
Tennis elbow Osteotomy
Fracture of metacarpal ORIF
*Electromyography was performed before the operation.

CT, carpal tunnel; CTS, carpal tunnel syndrome; ORIF, open reduction, internal fixation.

RMMJ Rambam Maimonides Medical Journal Rambam Health Care Campus 2016 April; 7(2): e0013. ISSN: 2076-9172
Published online 2016 April 19. doi: 10.5041/RMMJ.10240