Abstract| Volume 39, ISSUE 9, SUPPLEMENT , e14-e15, September 2014

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Nonrepairable Foveal Avulsions of the TFCC: How to Make the Most of What Is Left

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      The mainstay of treatment for non-repairable TFCC foveal avulsions are so-called anatomic reconstructions, that discard perfectly viable structures. Reattachment of the TFCC to the fovea using autologous tendon constitutes a feasible alternative that uses the available reosurces to provide an anatomic reconstruction of the TFCC.
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