David Brogan

Assistant Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, Assistant Professor of Neurological Surgery

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    20062020

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    My clinical interest involves complex limb reconstruction and limb salvage with an emphasis on microsurgical reconstruction and peripheral nerve repair. Our lab focuses on development of imaging tools to aid in the diagnosis of nerve trauma.

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    Common Diagnoses: Arthritis of the wrist, elbow and hand, brachial plexus injury, carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, distal radius fractures, fractures of the fingers, metacarpals, and wrist, microsurgical reconstruction, peripheral nerve injury, peroneal nerve injury, Traumatic injuries. Common Procedures: Brachial plexus surgery, carpal tunnel release, cubital tunnel release, hand and wrist fracture fixation, nerve grafting, nerve reconstruction, nerve repair, nerve transfer, ulnar nerve transposition.

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