Our latest publication is on reverse hemi hamate arthroplasty in the PIP joint.
The PIP joint is the middle of the three joints of the finger. Often if there is a fracture that runs into the joint the joint can dislocate also. Usually the end of the finger falls off the back of the joint (dorsal fracture dislocation, but in the case reported the tip of the finger displaced towards the palm.
We believe that this is the first ever recorded instance of this technique, which is more normally used for the commoner dorsal fracture dislocation, as described above.
The link to the paper is here.