PABC Vodcast - Injuries to watch for in the wrist and hand
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Wrist pain and injury: Generating a Differential Diagnosis through directed physical exam and investigations. A review of common important injuries and their treatment
What's in it for me?
"I've heard Dr. Goetz speak several times, and learn something new each time. He gives clear guidelines for recognizing key signs of serious trouble in hand in wrist injuries. For example, in a condition that may initially appear routine (i.e. mallet finger), look for X, Y and Z to tell you that your patient has a big problem (or requires a specialist referral). In addition to reviewing common conditions, he'll also outline his clinical exam which I think we'll all find useful and interesting." - Andrea Reid, Education Manager
Dr. Thomas Goetz MD FRCS(C) BScEng
Dr. Thomas Goetz is a member of the Division of Hand & Upper Extremity Reconstruction. He is currently at St. Paul’s Hospital in Vancouver, and is developing a Hand Program for the UBC Orthopaedic Department. Subspecialty interest is elbow, hand, wrist and microvascular surgery. Research interests include elbow arthroplasty for trauma, distal radius fractures and wrist arthritis