38. The Impact on Families of Congenital Upper Extremity Differences

Introduction: Congenital upper extremity differences often carry inherent functional limitations, aesthetic concerns, and the need for surgical treatment. We hypothesize that 1) caregivers of children with these differences will report a significant impact on family life, and 2) this impact would vary based on certain variables, such as insurance status. Methods: Caregivers of patients age […]