International Journal of Rheumatology / 2018 / Article / Tab 2

Research Article

Wrist Arthrodesis in Rheumatoid Arthritis Using an LCP Metaphyseal Locking Plate versus an AO Wrist Fusion Plate

Table 2

Data of patients in the LCP metaphyseal plate group: demographics, plate type, number of screws used, postoperative complications, and follow-up period.

CaseSexAge
(y)
Disease duration (y)StageF-U
period
(m)
Other proceduresBone graftPlate typeMC screws, no.Radial screws, no.ComplicationsPlate removal

1F7222IV9MPJ implant arthroplasty (II, I II, IV, V), PIPJ arthrodesis (IV), DIPJ arthrodesis (III, IV, V)Auto + Allo6-hole23--

2F6428IV65MPJ implant arthroplasty (II, III, IV, V)Auto + Allo6-hole23--

3M603III53Tendon transfer for extensor tendon ruptureAuto8-hole24--

F2121IV49MPJ implant arthroplasty (II, III, IV, V)Allo6-hole22--

F3131IV51MPJ implant arthroplasty (II, V), DIPJ arthrodesis (IV)Auto7-hole23--

M603III51-Auto7-hole23--

7F6231IV6CMJ arthrodesis (I), MPJ implant arthroplasty (III),Auto + Allo6-hole33--

M, male; F, female; y, year; m, month; F-U, follow-up; MPJ, metacarpophalangeal joint; PIPJ, proximal interphalangeal joint; DIPJ, distal interphalangeal joint; CMJ, carpometacarpal joint; Auto, autograft; Allo, allograft; MC, metacarpal
side of case no. 3 in Table 1.
side of case no. 4 in Table 1.
side of case no. 3 in Table 2.