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Dr. Jason Ghodasra speaks at the American Association for Hand Surgery 2020 annual meeting about wrist fractures

Dr. Jason Ghodasra speaks at the American Association for Hand Surgery 2020 annual meeting about wrist fractures

Jason Ghodasra, MD, MSCI1, Imran S. Yousaf, DO1, Tamara D. Rozental, MD2, Kenneth R. Means, Jr., MD1 and Aviram M Giladi, MD, MS1, (1)The Curtis National Hand Center, Baltimore, MD, (2)Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, Harvard Medical School, Boston, MA.

Dr. Jason Ghodasra, an orthopaedic surgeon specializing in the treatment of the hand and upper extremity, presented a research study on distal radius fractures (commonly known as wrist fractures) at the 2020 annual meeting for the American Association for Hand Surgery. His study evaluated the effect of low bone mineral density on the loss of reduction for distal radius fractures by utilizing the second metacarpal cortical percentage (2MCP).

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