Hand and Microsurgery
Hand surgery is a branch of surgery related to the part of our body that starts from the shoulder and extends to the tip of the finger and is called the upper extremity. Many problems that involve the upper extremity and require surgical treatment, especially the treatment of hand injuries due to trauma and various accidents, are within the scope of hand surgery.
Microsurgery is a surgical technique that is applied by enlarging the surgical field by using an operating microscope or ancillary instruments called loops. In this way, it is possible to surgically treat problems in structures such as nerves and vessels, which are normally difficult to see with the naked eye. The microsurgery technique is a technique used in many branches such as plastic surgery, orthopedics, neurosurgery, eye diseases, and obstetrics. In addition, congenital anomalies in the arms and legs, and shape, and functional disorders caused by burns can also be treated.
Arm, forearm, and hand injuries, cuts;
- Hand, finger, and wrist fractures;
- Complaints of hand numbness (nerve compression)
- Finger entanglement complaints
- Mass in the hand, wrist, and arm
- Congenital hand deformities
- Rheumatic hand and foot diseases
- Paralysis due to dysfunctions of arm nerves, congenital and traumatic sensory and movement defects,
- Ligament problems and related pains of the hand and wrist joints,
- Wrist arthroscopy,
- Vascular problems of the hand,
- Elimination of tissue deficiencies in the upper extremity.