Items tagged “elbow”

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Snapping triceps syndrome

Snapping triceps syndrome is an uncommon cause of medial elbow pain. It occurs if the triceps insertion subluxates over the medial epicondyle during flexion and extension of the elbow, and two palpable "snaps" may be heard or felt during this motion. It may coexist with ulnar nerve dislocation. ...
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Ulnar nerve dislocation (at elbow)

Ulnar nerve dislocation (or it if occurs to lesser degree ulnar nerve subluxation) at the elbow is an uncommon cause of pain and paresthesia in the ulnar nerve distribution. It occurs if the ulnar nerve subluxes and then dislocates over the anterior aspect of the medial epicondyle during flexion...
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Supracondylar fracture - grade III

 Diagnosis certain
Derek Smith
Published 28 Dec 2014
94% complete
X-ray
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Elbow synovial fold syndrome

Elbow synovial fold syndrome refers to a condition where patients experience a cluster of symptoms due to the presence of synovial folds (also known as synovial fringe or plicae). Epidemiology It tends to be more common in athletic young adults. It is associated with certain sporting activitie...
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Anconeus muscle

 Diagnosis not applicable
Matt A. Morgan
Published 03 Mar 2015
58% complete
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Elbow and forearm anatomy - Gray's anatomy illustrations

 Diagnosis not applicable
Gray's Illustrations
Published 04 Mar 2015
32% complete
Diagram
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Essex-Lopresti fracture-dislocation

 Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 29 Mar 2015
90% complete
X-rayDiagram
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Elbow arthroplasty

Elbow arthroplasties are an increasingly common joint replacement, most often used for treatment of late stage rheumatoid arthritis, but which may also be used as a treatment for late stage osteoarthritis or complex fractures of the proximal radius, proximal ulna, or distal humerus. total elbow...
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Total elbow arthroplasty

 Diagnosis certain
Matt A. Morgan
Published 15 Apr 2015
100% complete
X-ray
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Radial head replacement

 Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 16 Apr 2015
72% complete
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Advanced haemophilic arthropathy - elbow

 Diagnosis almost certain
Ahmed Abdrabou
Published 17 Apr 2015
80% complete
MRI
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Bilateral congenital radial head dislocation in radioulnar synostosis

 Diagnosis certain
Paul Hellerhoff
Published 13 Jul 2015
79% complete
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Anconeus epitrochlearis muscle

 Diagnosis almost certain
Daniel Zimmermann Stefani
Published 09 Jul 2015
75% complete
Ultrasound
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Normal elbow arthrogram

 Diagnosis certain
Matt Skalski
Published 06 Oct 2015
68% complete
MRI
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Normal elbow - Carrying angle

 Diagnosis certain
Samir Benoudina
Published 15 Jan 2016
69% complete
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Normal radiographic anatomy of the elbow

 Diagnosis certain
Samir Benoudina
Published 06 Feb 2016
79% complete
Diagram
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Riseborough and Radin classification of intercondylar fractures of the humerus

Riseborough and Radin classification of intercondylar fractures of the humerus can be used to classify this injury, which is the result of direct trauma to the olecranon as it is driven as a wedge between the humeral condyles. Four types of fractures can be identified: type I: no displacement ...
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Normal radiographic anatomy of the elbow

 Diagnosis not applicable
Samir Benoudina
Published 14 Sep 2016
54% complete
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Lateral humeral condyle fracture

 Diagnosis certain
Sebastian Tschauner
Published 14 Apr 2017
91% complete
X-ray
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Lateral epicondylosis

 Diagnosis certain
Hector Rivera-Melo
Published 07 Jun 2018
97% complete
Ultrasound