Anomalous Tendon to the Middle Finger for Sagittal Band Reconstruction: Report of 2 Cases
The Journal of Hand Surgery, 07/27/2012
Beck JD et al. – Multiple techniques with good outcomes have been described for sagittal band reconstruction. The authors describe 2 cases of sagittal band reconstruction using an anomalous slip of the extensor tendon to the middle finger. This anomalous slip can be a resource for surgical reconstruction that can add stability to primary sagittal band repair.