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248 Index o OMER, GEORGE E., and CAPEN, DAVID A. Proximal row car- pectomy with muscle transfers for spastic paralysis, 197 ORCUTT, BETIY S. (See Jabaley et al.), 119 P PLEASURE, DAVID E. (See Bora, Pleasure, and Didizian), 138 R RODKEY, WILLIAM G. (See Cabaud et al.), 131 S SHREWSBURY, MARVIN M. (See Johnson and Shrewsbury), 205 SWANSON, ALFRED B. A classification for congenital limb mal- formations, 8 T TALEISNIK, JULIO. The ligaments of the wrist, ItO Subject Index * A American Society for Surgery of the Hand (presidential address) (Flatt), 3 (proceedings), 75 Anatomy of upper extremity, Andreas Vesalius and (Moes), 23 Andreas Vesalius and anatomy of upper extremity (Moes), 23 Antebrachial cutaneous nerve, lateral, digital nerve grafts with (Mc- Farlane and Mayer), 169 Arterial thrombosis, palmar and digital, thrombolysis of, by intra-ar- terial Thrombolysin (Kartchner and Wilcox), 67 Arthritis, rheumatoid, opera-glass hand in (Nalebuff and Garrett), 210 Australian Hand Club, The (proceedings) (Hueston), 164 B Baseball catchers, digital vessel trauma from repetitive impact in (Lowrey, Chadwick and Waltman), 236 C Carcinoma, squamous cell, of nail bed (Carroll), 92 Carpectomy, proximal row, with muscle transfers for spastic paraly- sis (Omer and Capen), 197 Catchers, baseball, digital vessel trauma from repetitive impact in (Lowrey, Chadwick and Waltman), 236 Cell, squamous, carcinoma of nail bed (Carroll), 92 Cerebral palsy, tetraplegia, and stroke, reconstructive hand surgery in: some basic concepts in physiology and neurology (Moberg), 29 Cervical spinal cord injury, tetraplegia due to, restoration of strong grasp and lateral pinch in (House, Gwathmey, and Lundsgaard), 152 Club, Hand, The Australian (proceedings) (Hueston), 164 The Israel (proceedings) (Kessler), 82 Congenital limb malformations, classification for (Swanson), 8 *July, pp. 1-86; September, pp. 87-168; November, pp. 169-250. The Journal of HAND SURGERY TERZIS, J. K., DYKES, R. W., and HAKSTIAN, R. W. Elec- trophysiological recordings in peripheral nerve surgery: A re- view, 52 TUPPER, JACK W., and BOOTH, DONALD M. Treatment of painful neuromas of sensory nerves in the hand: A comparison of traditional and newer methods, 144 W WALLACE, PAUL F. (See Angelides and Wallace), 228 WALTMAN, E. N. (See Lowrey, Chadwick, and Waltman), 236 WEEKS, PAUL M., and WRA Y, R. CHRISTIE. Rate and extent of functional recovery after flexor tendon grafting with and without silicone rod preparation, 174 WILCOX, W. CURTIS. (See Kartchner and Wilcox), 67 WRAY, R. CHRISTIE. (See Weeks and Wray), 174 Contracture, Volkmann's ischemic, due to soft tissue injury alone (Newmeyer and Kilgore), 221 Cord, spinal, injury, cervical, tetraplegia due to, restoration of strong grasp and lateral pinch in (House, Gwathmey, and Lundsgaard), 152 Corpuscles, denervated Meissner, reinnervation of: sequential histo- logic study in monkey following fascicular nerve repair (Del- Ion), 98 Cutaneous nerve, lateral antebrachial, digital nerve grafts with (Mc- Farlane and Mayer), 169 D Digital nerve grafts with lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve (Mc- Farlane and Mayer), 169 palmar and, arterial thrombosis, thrombolysis of, by intra-arterial Thrombolysin (Kartchner and Wilcox), 67 vessel trauma from repetitive impact in baseball catchers (Lowrey, Chadwick, and Waltman), 236 Distal radioulnar joint, pronator quadratus in motions and in stabili- zation of radius and ulna at (Johnson and Shrewsbury), 205 Dorsal ganglion of wrist: its pathogenesis, gross and microscopic anatomy, and surgical treatment (Angelides and Wallace), 228 Drift, ulnar, importance of middle or long finger realignment in (Har- rison), 87 E Electrophysiological recordings in peripheral nerve surgery: review (Terzis, Dykes, and Hakstian), 52 Epineurial and perineurial fascicular nerve repairs: critical compari- son (Cabaud et al.), 13 I Extremity, upper, anatomy of, Andreas Vesalius and (Moes), 23 F Fascicular nerve repair(s), epineurial and perineurial: critical com- parison (Cabaud et al.), 131 sequential histologic study in monkey following: reinnerva- tion of denervated Meissner corpuscles (Dellon), 98

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Page 1: Subject Index

248 Index

o OMER, GEORGE E., and CAPEN, DAVID A. Proximal row car­

pectomy with muscle transfers for spastic paralysis, 197 ORCUTT, BETIY S. (See Jabaley et al.), 119

P PLEASURE, DAVID E. (See Bora, Pleasure, and Didizian), 138

R

RODKEY, WILLIAM G. (See Cabaud et al.), 131

S SHREWSBURY, MARVIN M. (See Johnson and Shrewsbury), 205 SWANSON, ALFRED B. A classification for congenital limb mal­

formations, 8

T

TALEISNIK, JULIO. The ligaments of the wrist, ItO

Subject Index *

A American Society for Surgery of the Hand (presidential address)

(Flatt), 3 (proceedings), 75

Anatomy of upper extremity, Andreas Vesalius and (Moes), 23 Andreas Vesalius and anatomy of upper extremity (Moes), 23 Antebrachial cutaneous nerve, lateral, digital nerve grafts with (Mc-

Farlane and Mayer), 169 Arterial thrombosis, palmar and digital, thrombolysis of, by intra-ar­

terial Thrombolysin (Kartchner and Wilcox), 67 Arthritis, rheumatoid, opera-glass hand in (Nalebuff and Garrett),

210 Australian Hand Club, The (proceedings) (Hueston), 164

B

Baseball catchers, digital vessel trauma from repetitive impact in (Lowrey, Chadwick and Waltman), 236

C

Carcinoma, squamous cell, of nail bed (Carroll), 92 Carpectomy, proximal row, with muscle transfers for spastic paraly­

sis (Omer and Capen), 197 Catchers, baseball, digital vessel trauma from repetitive impact in

(Lowrey, Chadwick and Waltman), 236 Cell, squamous, carcinoma of nail bed (Carroll), 92 Cerebral palsy, tetraplegia, and stroke, reconstructive hand surgery

in: some basic concepts in physiology and neurology (Moberg), 29

Cervical spinal cord injury, tetraplegia due to, restoration of strong grasp and lateral pinch in (House, Gwathmey, and Lundsgaard), 152

Club, Hand, The Australian (proceedings) (Hueston), 164 The Israel (proceedings) (Kessler), 82

Congenital limb malformations, classification for (Swanson), 8

*July, pp. 1-86; September, pp. 87-168; November, pp. 169-250.

The Journal of HAND SURGERY

TERZIS, J. K., DYKES, R. W., and HAKSTIAN, R. W. Elec­trophysiological recordings in peripheral nerve surgery: A re­view, 52

TUPPER, JACK W., and BOOTH, DONALD M. Treatment of painful neuromas of sensory nerves in the hand: A comparison of traditional and newer methods, 144

W WALLACE, PAUL F. (See Angelides and Wallace), 228 WALTMAN, E. N. (See Lowrey, Chadwick, and Waltman), 236 WEEKS, PAUL M., and WRA Y, R. CHRISTIE. Rate and extent of

functional recovery after flexor tendon grafting with and without silicone rod preparation, 174

WILCOX, W. CURTIS. (See Kartchner and Wilcox), 67 WRAY, R. CHRISTIE. (See Weeks and Wray), 174

Contracture, Volkmann's ischemic, due to soft tissue injury alone (Newmeyer and Kilgore), 221

Cord, spinal, injury, cervical, tetraplegia due to, restoration of strong grasp and lateral pinch in (House, Gwathmey, and Lundsgaard), 152

Corpuscles, denervated Meissner, reinnervation of: sequential histo­logic study in monkey following fascicular nerve repair (Del­Ion), 98

Cutaneous nerve, lateral antebrachial, digital nerve grafts with (Mc­Farlane and Mayer), 169

D

Digital nerve grafts with lateral antebrachial cutaneous nerve (Mc­Farlane and Mayer), 169

palmar and, arterial thrombosis, thrombolysis of, by intra-arterial Thrombolysin (Kartchner and Wilcox), 67

vessel trauma from repetitive impact in baseball catchers (Lowrey, Chadwick, and Waltman), 236

Distal radioulnar joint, pronator quadratus in motions and in stabili­zation of radius and ulna at (Johnson and Shrewsbury), 205

Dorsal ganglion of wrist: its pathogenesis, gross and microscopic anatomy, and surgical treatment (Angelides and Wallace), 228

Drift, ulnar, importance of middle or long finger realignment in (Har­rison), 87

E

Electrophysiological recordings in peripheral nerve surgery: review (Terzis, Dykes, and Hakstian), 52

Epineurial and perineurial fascicular nerve repairs: critical compari­son (Cabaud et al.), 13 I

Extremity, upper, anatomy of, Andreas Vesalius and (Moes), 23

F

Fascicular nerve repair(s), epineurial and perineurial: critical com­parison (Cabaud et al.), 131

sequential histologic study in monkey following: reinnerva­tion of denervated Meissner corpuscles (Dellon), 98

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Vol. I NO.3 November, 1976

Finger , little, abducted, in low ulnar palsy (Blacker , Lister , and Kleinert) , 190

middle o r long, realignment in ulnar drift , importance of (Har­rison) , 87

Flexor tendon grafting with and without silicone rod preparation. rate and ex tent of functional recovery after (Weeks and Wray). 174

French and Swiss Societies for Surgery of the Hand . The (proceed­ings) (Narakas), 165

G

Ganglion , dorsal. of wrist: its pathogenesis. gross and microscopic anatomy. and surgical treatment (Angelides and Wallace), 228

Grafting. fl exor tendon . with and without silicone rod preparation . rate and extent of functional recovery after (Weeks and Wray), 174

Grafts. digital nerve. with lateral antebrachial cu taneous nerve (Mc­Farlane and Mayer). 169

Grasp . st rong. and lateral pinch. restoration of, in tetraplegia due to cervical spinal cord injury (House , Gwathmey . and Lundsgaard) . 152

H

Hand . American Society for Surgery of the (presidential address) (Flatt),3

(proceedings), 75 Club . The Australian (proceedings) (Hueston). 164

The Israe l (proceedings) (Kessler). 82 surgery. journal of. why (editorial) (Boyes). I The French and Swiss Societies for Surgery of the (proceedings)

(Narakas) . 165 treatment of painful neuromas of sensory nerves in: comparison of

traditional and newer methods (Tupper and Booth) . 144

Intra-arteri al Thrombolysin. thrombolysis of palmar and digital ar­lerial thrombosis by (Kartchner and Wilcox). 67

Ischemic contracture. Volkmann·s. due to soft tissue injury alone (Newmeyer and Kilgore) . 221

Israel Hand Club. The (proceedings) (Kessler). 82

J Joint. distal radioulnar. pronator quadratus in mot ions and in stabili­

zation of radius and ulna at (Johnson and Shrewsbury) . 205 Journal of hand surgery. why (editorial) (Boyes) . I

L

LateraL,anteb rachial cutaneous nerve. digital nerve grafts with (Mc­Farlane and Mayer). 169

pinch. strong grasp and . restoration of. in tetraplegia due to cer­vical spinal cord injury (House. G wa thmey . and Lundsgaard) . 152

Ligaments of wrist (Taleisnik). 110 Limb malformations. congen ital. classification for (Swanson). 8

upper. patterns of neuromuscular activity following tendon transfer in: preliminary study (Leffert and Meister). 181

Little finger . abducted . in low ulnar palsy (Blacker. Lister . and Kleinert). 190

Long . midd le or , finger rea lignment in ulnar drift. importance of (HalTison). 87

Low ulnar palsy. abducted little finger in (Blacker. Lister, and Kl einert) . 190

M

Malformations. congenital limb . classification for (Swanson). 8

Index 249

Meissner corpuscles. denervated . reinnervation of: sequential histo­log ic study in monkey following fascicular nerve repair (Del­Ion) , 98

Middle or long finger realignment in ulnar drift. importance of (Har­rison) . 87

sequential histologic study in. following fascicular nerve repai r: reinnervation of denervated Meissner corpuscles (Dellon) . 98

and nerve . monkey , ischemic human muscle and , ultrastructural and histochemical observations of: tourniquet ischemia (Tountas and Bergman), 239

transfers for spastic paralysis. proximal row carpectomy with (Orner and Capen), 197

N

Nail bed, squamous cell carcinoma of (Carroll) . 92 Nerve(s) . fascicular, repair( s). epineurial and perineurial: critica l

comparison (Cabaud et al.) . 131 sequenti al histologic study in monkey following: reinnerva­tion of denervated Meissner corpuscles (Dellon), 98

grafts , digital, with latera l antebrachial cutaneous nerve (Mc­Farlane and Mayer). 169

lateral antebrachial cutaneous, digital nerve grafts with (Mc­Farlane and Mayer). 169

periphera l. repair , comparison of histologic and functional recov­ery aft er (Jabaley et a l.) . 119 surgery, electrophysiologica l recordings in: review (Terzis ,

Dykes, and Hakstian) . 52 regeneration and neuroma formation after nerve suture by various

techniques. study of (Bora, Pleasure, and Didizian), 138 sensory, in hand. treatment of painful neuromas of: comparison of

traditional and newer methods (Tupper and Booth), 144 suture by various techniques, study of nerve regeneration and

neuroma formation after (Bora, Pleasure , and Didizian). 138 Neurology, physiology and. some basic concepts in: reconstructive

hand surgery in tetrapleg ia , stroke. and cerebral palsy (Mo­berg) , 29

Neuroma(s) formation , nerve regeneration and, after n erve suture by various techniques , study o f (Bora , Pleasure , and Didizian) , 138

painful , of sensory nerves in hand. treatment of: comparison of tradi ti onal and newer methods (Tupper and Booth). 144

Neuromuscular activity. patterns of. following tendon transfer in upper limb: preliminary study (Leffert and Meister), 181

o Opera-glass hand in rheumatoid arthritis (Nalebuff and Garrett). 210

p

Palmar and digital arterial thrombos is, thrombol ys is of. by intra-ar­terial Thrombolysin (Kartchner and Wilcox). 67

Palsy . low ulnar . abducted little finger in (Blac ker . Lister . and Kleinert). 190

Paralysis . spastic. proximal row carpectomy with muscle transfers for (Omer and Capen) . 197

Perineuri al. epineurial and , fascicular nerve repairs: critical compari­son (Cabaud et al.) , 13 1

Peripheral nerve repair . comparison of histologic and functional re­covery after (Jabaley et al.). 119 surgery , electrophysiological recordings in: review (Terzis ,

Dykes. and Hakstian). 52 Physiology and neurology. some basic concepts in: reconstructive

hand surgery in tetrapleg ia . stroke . and cerebral pa lsy (Mo­berg) . 29

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250 Index

Pinch, lateral , strong grasp and, restoration of, in tetraplegia due to cervical spinal cord injury (House , Gwathmey, and Lundsgaard), 152

Pronator quadratus in motions and in stabilization of radius and ulna at distal radioulnar joint (Johnson and Shrewsbury), 205

Proximal row carpectomy with muscle transfers for spastic paralysis (Omer and Capen). 197

Q Quadratus. pronator, in motions and in stabilization of radius and

ulna at distal radioulnar joint (Johnson and Shrewsbury). 205

R Radioulnar joint, distal. pronator quadratus in motions and in stabili­

zation of radius and ulna at (Johnson and Shrewsbury). 205 Radius and ulna. pronator quadratus in motions and in stabilization

of. at distal radioulnar joint (Johnson and Shrewsbury), 205 Reconstructive hand surgery in tetraplegia, stroke. and cerebral

palsy: some basic concepts in physiology and neurology (Mo­berg), 29

Regeneration, nerve. and neuroma formation after nerve suture by various techniques, study of (Bora. Pleasure , and Didizian), 138

Rheumatoid arthritis. opera-glass hand in (Nalebuff and Garrett), 210 Rod, silicone. preparation. rate and extent of functional recovery

after flexor tendon grafting with and without (Weeks and Wray) , 174

Row , proximal. carpectomy with muscle transfers for spastic paraly­sis (Orner and Capen). 197

S Sensory nerves in hand . treatment of painful neuromas of: compari­

son of traditional and newer methods (Tupper and Booth). 144 Silicone rod preparation , rate and extent of functional recovery after

flexor tendon grafting with and without (Weeks and Wray), 174 Society(ies), American, for Surgery of the Hand (presidential ad­

dress) (Flatt), 3 (proceedings), 75

for Surgery of the Hand , The French and Swiss (proceedings) (Narakas), 165

Soft tissue injury alone, Volkmann's ischemic contracture due to (Newmeyer and Kilgore), 221

Spastic paralysis, proximal row carpectomy with muscle transfers for (Orner and Capen), 197

Spinal cord injury , cervical . tetraplegia due to , restoration of strong grasp and lateral pinch in (House, Gwathmey , and Lundsgaard) , 152

Squamous cell carcinoma of nail bed (Carroll), 92 Stroke. tetraplegia, and cerebral palsy, reconstructive hand surgery

in: some basic concepts in physiology and neurology (Moberg) ,

29 Surgery, hand, why journal of (editorial) (Boyes). I

of the Hand, American Society for (presidential address) (Flatt) , 3

(proceedings), 75 The French and Swiss Societies for (proceedings) (Narakas) , 165

The Journal of HAND SURGERY

Suture, nerve. by various techniques , study of nerve regeneration and nerve formation after (Bora, Pleasure , and Didizian), 138

Swiss, The French and. Societies for Surgery of the Hand (proceed­ings) (Narakas), 165

T

Tendon , flexor, grafting with and without silicone rod preparation , rate and extent of functional recovery after (Weeks and Wray) , 174

transfer in upper limb, patterns of neuromuscular activity follow­ing: preliminary study (Leffert and Meister), 181

Tetraplegia due to cervical spinal cord injury, restoration of strong grasp and lateral pinch in (House, Gwathmey, and Lundsgaard) , 152

stroke, and cerebral palsy , reconstructive hand surgery in: some basic concepts in physiology and neurology (Moberg), 29

Thrombolysin, intra-arterial. thrombolysis of palmar and digital ar­terial thrombosis by (Kartchner and Wilcox), 67

Thrombolysis of palmar and digital arterial thrombosis by intra-ar­terial Thrombolysin , (Kartchner and Wilcox) , 67

Thrombosis, palmar and digital arterial, thrombolysis of, by intra-ar­terial Thrombolysin (Kartchner and Wilcox). 67

Thumb, on making: one hundred years of surgical effort (Littler), 35 Tissue , soft, injury alone, Volkmann's ischemic contracture due to

(Newmeyer and Kilgore) , 221

U Ulna, radius and, pronator quadratus in motions and in stabilization

of, at distal radioulnar joint (Johnson and Shrewsbury). 205 Ulnar drift , importance of middle or long finger realignment in (Har­

rison) , 87

palsy, low , abducted little finger in (Blacker . Lister , and Kleinert) , 190

Upper extremity, anatomy of, Andreas Vesalius and (Moes), 23 limb, patterns of neuromuscular activity following tendon transfer

in: preliminary study (Leffert and Meister) . 181

V

Vesalius , Andreas. and anatomy of upper extremity (Moes) , 23 Vessel, digital. trauma. from repetitive impact in baseball catchers

(Lowrey , Chadwick. and Waltman), 236 Volkmann's ischemic contracture due to soft tissue injury alone

(Newmeyer and Kilgore) , 221

W

Wrist , dorsal ganglion of: its pathogenesis , gross and microscopic anatomy, and surgical treatment (Angelides and Wallace), 228

ligaments of (Taleisnik), I 10