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Marc GARCIA-ELIAS

Institut Kaplan
Barcelona, Spain
MD, PhD
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Management of scapholunate tears: open versus arthroscopic treatment
The understanding of scapholunate ligament lesions has made great strides in recent years, largely thanks to the work undertaken by the two wrist surgery "heavyweights" who are Dr. Marc Garcia-Elias and Dr. Christophe Mathoulin.
Although they do not use the same approach to treat scapholunate ligament lesions (Marc Garcia-Elias opens the wrist and Christopher Mathoulin tries to process them arthroscopically), they have both reached the same conclusion:
- the scapholunate ligament is more than just an interosseous ligament but rather a real scapholunate ligament complex with intrinsic and extrinsic components;
- proprioception is involved in the stability of scapholunate space;
- and early diagnosis and treatment seem essential to obtain good results.
This peer-to-peer conversation between these two friends is not a battle, but rather an extremely modern development on a long debated topic... have fun!
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Management of scapholunate tears: open versus arthroscopic treatment
The understanding of scapholunate ligament lesions has made great strides in recent years, largely thanks to the work undertaken by the two wrist surgery "heavyweights" who are Dr. Marc Garcia-Elias and Dr. Christophe Mathoulin.
Although they do not use the same approach to treat scapholunate ligament lesions (Marc Garcia-Elias opens the wrist and Christopher Mathoulin tries to process them arthroscopically), they have both reached the same conclusion:
- the scapholunate ligament is more than just an interosseous ligament but rather a real scapholunate ligament complex with intrinsic and extrinsic components;
- proprioception is involved in the stability of scapholunate space;
- and early diagnosis and treatment seem essential to obtain good results.
This peer-to-peer conversation between these two friends is not a battle, but rather an extremely modern development on a long debated topic... have fun!
Moderator: Riccardo Luchetti, MD