Scapholunate Ligament Internal Brace 360-Degree Tenodesis (SLITT) Procedure (2018)

Abstract: Background Scapholunate (SL) joint instability is one of the most common injuries of the wrist and may result from a fall or high-energy mechanism on the outstretched hand. The purpose of this case report is to describe the outcome of a 360-degree tenodesis to the SL joint with an internal brace (SLITT) for the treatment of SL instability. Case Description A 42-year-old male patient underwent SL ligament reconstruction with the SLITT procedure 12 months after injury. Given the intrinsic stability of the reconstruction,….

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