Items tagged “dislocation”

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Mayfield classification of carpal instability (perilunate instability)

Mayfield classification of carpal instability, also known as perilunate instability classification (carpal dislocations), describes carpal ligament injuries.  Instability has been divided into four stages 1-2: stage I: scapholunate dissociation (rotatory subluxation of the scaphoid) disruptio...
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Elbow dislocation with coronoid process fracture

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jeremy Jones
Published 23 Aug 2009
69% complete
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Sternoclavicular joint disruption

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jeremy Jones
Published 23 Aug 2009
63% complete
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Shoulder dislocation: anterior

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jeremy Jones
Published 08 Sep 2009
100% complete
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Posterior dislocation of the hip

Posterior dislocations of the hip, although uncommon, are the most common direction of dislocation for this joint, outnumbering anterior dislocations 9:1. Pathology It most frequently occurs in the setting of significant trauma, given the large amount of force required. The most common scenari...
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Tibiotalar dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jeremy Jones
Published 01 Mar 2010
50% complete
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Femoral head prosthesis dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Jeremy Jones
Published 01 Mar 2010
60% complete
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Anterior shoulder dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 20 Mar 2010
79% complete
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Fifth proximal interphalangeal joint dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Hani Salam
Published 03 May 2010
57% complete
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Lunate dislocation

Lunate dislocations are an uncommon traumatic wrist injury that require prompt management and surgical repair. The lunate is displaced and rotated volarly. The rest of the carpal bones are in a normal anatomic position in relation to the radius. These should not be confused with perilunate disl...
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Scapholunate dissociation

Scapholunate dissociation represents a significant ligamentous wrist injury that is important to identify on imaging. There is disruption of the scapholunate ligament with resultant instability. The condition may also be known as rotary subluxation of the scaphoid. Epidemiology Scapholunate di...
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Terry Thomas sign

The Terry Thomas sign refers to an increase in the scapholunate space on an AP radiograph of the wrist (or coronal CT). The increased distance indicates scapholunate dissociation (often with rotary subluxation of the scaphoid) due to ligamentous injury. There is no consensus as to what measureme...
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Galeazzi fracture

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Alexandra Stanislavsky
Published 04 Oct 2010
97% complete
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Anterior shoulder dislocation with fracture of greater tuberosity of humeral head

Anterior shoulder...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Maulik S Patel
Published 29 Oct 2010
79% complete
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Posterior shoulder dislocation

Posterior shoulder dislocations are far less common than anterior shoulder dislocations and can be difficult to identify if only AP projections are obtained. I high index of suspicion is helpful. Epidemiology Posterior shoulder dislocations account for only 2-4% of all shoulder dislocations (t...
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Dislocation of interphalangeal joint

 Diagnosis almost certain
Dr Maulik S Patel
Published 06 Jan 2011
47% complete
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Posterior dislocation of shoulder

Posterior disloca...
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Maulik S Patel
Published 05 Apr 2011
91% complete
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Posterior elbow dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
A.Prof Frank Gaillard
Published 19 Apr 2011
97% complete
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Acromio-clavicular joint dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 07 Jul 2011
83% complete
MRI
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Patellar dislocation

PD fatsat
 Diagnosis certain
Dr Roberto Schubert
Published 04 Oct 2011
55% complete
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