Hand Fractures

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Basic concepts about bony structures of the hand help to understand injury patterns and manage hand fractures. The hand is a group of gliding bones surrounded by soft tissue. A relatively immobile center consisting of the second and third metacarpal bones provides fixed support on which intrinsic movements of the hand depend. More mobile bones of the hand, such as the first, fourth, and fifth metacarpals, may tolerate a greater degree of angulation without disability, while the less mobile second and third metacarpal bones must have more precise reduction to ensure proper function.

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Vaikunthan Rajaratnam
Surgical and Life Educator
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