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Tendon Lacerations

Brian Wai Lin, MD and Mike Weinstock, MD
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Tags MSK · Ortho · Wound Care

Brian describes a methodical approach to evaluation of tendon lacerations.

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Anna A., MD -

Wow...I listen to these lectures, and often have a patient with the exact injury that is discussed on the next shift. Once again, this happened today with a knife injury on the dorsal hand. I was able to better assess the injury because of this Urgent Care segment. Thanks for the great tips!

Mike W., MD -

Wow Anna, comments like this make it all worthwhile. Thx for sharing!

Melissa, NP -

If you choose to refer without repair for whatever reason, how soon does the patient need to see a hand surgeon? Within 24-48 hours, or can they wait a little longer?

Melissa, NP -

Nevermind, this was mentioned!

Mike W., MD -

ha ha... so much less work for me if you answer your own question - thx!!
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Prepare For Take Off! Full episode audio for MD edition 184:37 min - 87 MB - M4Ahippo Urgent Care RAP - November 2016 Summary 284 KB - PDF