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One-Year Outcomes of Intraarticular Fat Transplantation for Thumb CMCJ Osteoarthritis

Posted in Osteoarthritis | 1 minute read

Elisabeth Haas, MD et al. conducted a study using autologous fat transfer as a treatment for patients with thumb carpometacarpal joint osteoarthritis who hoped to postpone the need for surgery. Her study found that “autologous fat grafting is a safe procedure and provided appreciable benefit in 61 percent of studied cases 12 months postoperatively.” Access the full study below.

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