Elbow and wrist surgery paper – SECOT 2014

Talks given at the congress of the Spanish society for orthopedy and traumatology (SECOT) in Madrid in October 2014, reporting minimally invasive elbow and wrist surgery techniques: 

- Benefit of arthroscopy in Bennett fractures: prospective series on 8 cases.

- Late repair (6-10 weeks) of distal biceps rupture at the elbow: benefit of a double row endoscopic technique, about 5 cases.

- Benefit of endoscopy in transposition of the ulnar nerve to the elbow: prospective series on 16 cases.

- Arthoscopy for scaphoid pseudarthrosis: toward therapies combining minimally invasive surgery and biological treatment.