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Kienbock's disease

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  • Posted By: Anonymous
  • October 9, 2007
  • 03:21 AM

I had surgery in March to remove a wrist bone; two screws were inserted for fusion and now, 7 months later, I am still in pain...although a different type. My wrist movement is severely limited and my strength is at about 50 %. When it's going to rain, the pain is horrible; radiates from my hand to elbow. Will this EVER get any better???

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