Running Subcuticular Technique vs. the Donati Technique in Open Carpal Tunnel Release
Comparing the running subcuticular technique versus the Donati technique in open carpal tunnel release: a randomized controlled trial.J Orthop Surg Res. 2021; 16: 565.
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One hundred and forty-two patients with carpal tunnel syndrome scheduled for an open carpal tunnel release were randomized to receive wound closure via the Donati suture technique (n=71) or the running subcuticular suture technique (n=71). The primary outcome of interest was scar assessment by the patient and physician via the Patient and Observer Scar Assessment Scale (POSAS). Secondary outcomes ...
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