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are they the same?
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05/18/04 02:47
James

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05/18/04 02:47
James

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are they the same?

I've done a lot of research on the clinical results of enzymatic fasciotomy. This has been around for a couple decades already. But it sounds like Dr. Badois "invented" a new procedure in NA. Is this the case or is his NA the same procedure that has been reviewed and studied in academic journals in the past?

On a separate subject - does anyone have McCarthy's article "the long-term results of enzymic fasciotomy"? According to Dr. Badalamente who is doing the collagenase study, McCarthy claims this procedure has "greater morbidity" than full surgery. I wonder what exactly is meant by this and was hoping to read the paper myself.

05/18/04 02:16
Randy H.

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05/18/04 02:16
Randy H.

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Cord developing from node to middle of palm...

No. Not the same. Here's the best info on NA available on the Net.

http://www.handcenter.org./newfile16.htm

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