Direct Impact

Concepts for which Michael S Pollock has direct influence:

compartmental syndrome
sprained wrist
upper extremity
well-recognized complication
reflex sympathetic arc
anterior compartment muscle fibers
forearm unusual

External impact

Concepts related to the work of other authors for which Michael S Pollock has influence:

minor trauma
32 impending volkmanns contracture

Prominent publications by Michael S Pollock

KOL-Index: 3 Compartmental syndrome of the forearm is a well-recognized complication of upper extremity injuries. An unusual case of the syndrome is presented, which developed after a "sprained" wrist. The etiology of the syndrome in this case was possibly tearing of anterior compartment muscle fibers when the wrist was forcibly extended in the fall, or a reflex sympathetic arc set up by the wrist trauma.
Known for
Forearm Unusual

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