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This page is for pictures and descriptions from patients who have had a PRC. Please e-mail your pictures and a description with your name and I will add them to this post. peter.sanderson@outlook.com.

 

Allison Francis

This is my first look. Surgery was 12-1-14, and this is 2 weeks post surgery.

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This is a look after stitches were removed

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Peter Sanderson

July 7th, 2013 ā€“ 16- Days after a PRC Surgery when the cast was removed:

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2 Comments
  1. My surgeon made two small incisions to remove the bones. One on each side of the thumb area. This reduces the scar tissue considerably. Have a look at day 18 – cast removed – https://proximalrowcarpectomy.com/2013/07/07/day-14-cast-removed/

    Finger and knuckle swelling is common and may continue depending on how hard you work your hand 9in the future. For example, my fingers swell a bit now if I use a saw or ride the motorcycle for days.

  2. Linda Bona permalink

    Hi Peter,
    I don”t have pictures but I do have a couple of questions. One I only had one incision and it is on the top of my hand close to my wrist. I have a “lump” for lack of another word that the Dr, says is scar tissue and will get less noticeable after a few months. I don’ t see this on your hand but it appears your hand is very swollen and mine is not after week 7.I can see a little dip in my hand probably where the 3 bones were removed. I have good motion in my fingers and actually have 45% rom so far.
    The knuckle under my pointer finger it larger than my other hand & I don’t have arthritis in it ??
    If you have heard of either of my issues from others on the form or yourself I would really appreciate any confirmation.
    Thanks,
    Linda

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