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DARRACH PROCEDURE

Indications Pathology Surgical options DRUJ pain due to incongruity or arthritis Low-demand patients Rheumatoid arthritis Osteoarthritis(post-traumatic DRUJ incongruity) Ulnar head excision Darrach variants Hemiresection/interposition arthroplasty (Bowers) Matched resection (Watson) Sauve-Kapandji procedure Ulnar head prosthesis Fine bone cutters Rongeurs Excise ulnar head Create stable radius/ulnar relationship RA or GA Upper arm tourniquet Dorsal midline or dorso-ulnar approach Protect dorsal branch of ulnar nerve Reflect extensor retinaculum Protect EDM tendon Dorsal capsular incision Sub-periosteal exposure of ulnar head Divide base of styloid and leave in situ Sub-periosteal ulnar head resection Trim stump to bullet configuration Check for crepitus-free rotation Double-breasted capsular repair Close retinaculum over repair (deep to compart#3-5 tendons RA) Check stability Closure in layers Bulky bandage Plaster slab 2 weeks Thumb and fingers mobile Encourage forearm rotation, especially supination ±Removable splint 2-4 weeks Infection Ulnar stump instability Ulnar stump impingement Dorsal branch ulnar nerve damage Extensor tendon adhesions

Lichtman DM et al. The indications for and techniques and outcomes of ablative procedures of the distal ulna. The Darrach resection, hemiresection, matched resection, and Sauve-Kapandji procedure. Hand Clinics 1998; 14: 265-77.

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