ANNUAL BIG HAND EVENT

Program – Big Hand Event 2018

The 2018 program

Program 2018

Day 1
27 Oct 2020

flash presentation 1

PROF. DR. J. HENK COERT

flash presentation 2

DR PETER HOOGVLIET
Day 2
13 Apr 2018

opening and welcome

PROF. DR. J. HENK COERT

SL ligament reconstructions of the wrist

Hand Surgery Unit, Orthopaedic and Trauma Department, Madrid, Spain.
Dr Fernando Corella
11:00 - 11:30

coffee break

flash presentation 3

DR TON A R SCHREUDERS

The biomechanics of the hand with focus on the intrinsic muscles and the paralyzed hand.

The intrinsics consist of 18 muscles distal to the wrist crease. They are divided into groups: Thenar, hypothenar, lumbrical, interosseous and the Adductor pollicis. They are the precision instruments of...
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Donald Sammut

The Musicians hand

Biomechanics of Flexion. An Essential Instrument for the Music. Flexion of thumb and fingers involve complex interactions of extrinsic and intrinsic muscles, soft tissues and joints of hand and forearm. The force generated by the muscles of the forearm converted into angular movements of fingers, which is essential for prehensile functions of hand. Intrinsic muscles guide those angular movements with a high precision. This make the hand capable of performing delicate functions with very fine discrimination. One of the extreme levels of hand functions is playing an instrument. A computer can well play a classical music masterpiece. What gives the music the emotions of the player is the physical abilities of the hand. Perfect harmony in music is closely correlated with the perfect harmony of soul and the mechanics of the hand. In this lecture, how the hand works and how it is used in playing music will be presented.
Prof Dr Gürsel Leblebicioğlu
13:05 - 14:00

lunch break

flash presentation 4

DR JOOST COLARIS

Dealing with problems of pro- and supination of the lower arm

He will present the latest ideas about the pro- and supination of the lower arm problems
Prof. Dr. Filip Stockmans
15:20 - 15:50

break

Fracture pattern characterization as a guide to tailored approach for operative treatment of intra-articular distal radius fractures

Open reduction and plate fixation of distal radius fractures remains an important adjunct in treatment of intra-articular distal radius fractures. Recognition of fracture pattern is essential for correct reconstruction of articular surface of distal radius fractures. Multiplanar reconstruction computed tomography imaging will provide useful information to demonstrate what corners of the radiocarpal and distal radio-ulnar joint are involved in the fracture and the appropriate approach, reduction and fixation of all involved fragments. These principles will be demonstrated by showing different clinical cases with focus on approach and fixation of the intra-articular distal radius fracture.
Dr Pascal Hannemann

Dokter Aarsman – onemanshow

Als je ervoor openstaat, is het leven een constante stroom van ontdekkingen. Mijn moeder was idolaat van chirurgen. Het leek haar een goed idee als ik chirurg zou worden. En...
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Hans Aarsman
17:00 -

Closing ceremony