Items tagged “ortho”

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Acromioclavicular joint internal fixation

  Diagnosis certain
Jeremy Jones
Published 23 Aug 2009
60% complete
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Vertical fracture of patella

  Diagnosis certain
Maulik S Patel
Published 31 May 2011
75% complete
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Girdlestone procedure

The Girdlestone procedure (also known as a femoral head ostectomy or Girdlestone resection arthroplasty) is an excision arthroplasty of the hip. The procedure inevitably results in limb shortening. Indications  peri-prosthetic infection aseptic loosening recurrent dislocation failed interna...
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Anterior shoulder dislocation

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 23 Mar 2014
82% complete
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Dislocated hip prosthesis

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 12 Aug 2014
85% complete
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Longitudinal epiphyseal bracket

  Diagnosis certain
Micheál Anthony Breen
Published 05 Nov 2015
86% complete
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Avulsion fracture of the medial patellofemoral ligament

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 18 Dec 2015
92% complete
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Butterfly fragment (fracture)

Butterfly fragments are large, triangular fracture fragments seen commonly in comminuted long bone fractures. The term is commonly used in orthopedic surgery, and results from two oblique fracture lines meeting to create a large triangular or wedge-shaped fragment located between the proximal an...
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Open reduction-internal fixation

An open reduction-internal fixation, commonly abbreviated to ORIF, refers to the orthopedic operative management of a fracture (or fracture-dislocation complex) where reduction requires surgical (hence open) approach and internal fixation is applied. Internal fixation may be in the form of: sc...
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Closed reduction-internal fixation

Closed reduction-internal fixation, often abbreviated to CRIF, refers to the orthopedic operative management of a fracture (or fracture-dislocation complex) where closed reduction is performed (manipulation) and internal fixation is applied, usually in the form of K-wires to stabilize the fractu...
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Closed reduction

Closed reduction or manipulation is a common non-invasive method of treating mildly displaced fractures. Usually performed in an emergency department or orthopedic clinic with light sedation and analgesia, the fracture is manipulated back into anatomic alignment and immobilized with a cast, brac...
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Tibial plateau fracture: Schatzker type II

  Diagnosis certain
Abdel-Rahman Abdel-Halim
Published 21 Dec 2015
89% complete
CT
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Lateral knee dislocation

  Diagnosis certain
RMH Core Conditions
Published 29 May 2016
88% complete
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Pirogoff amputation

The Pirogoff amputation is a surgical procedure where the forefoot and talus are removed and calcaneotibial arthrodesis is performed. It is usually performed for advanced diabetic or atherosclerotic disease causing gangrene or infection, but may also be indicated in trauma, malignancy, osteomyel...
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Posterior shoulder dislocation

  Diagnosis certain
Sigmund Stuppner
Published 03 May 2016
79% complete
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Inferior shoulder dislocation

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 16 Jun 2016
91% complete
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First metatarsophalangeal joint dislocation

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 27 Jun 2016
74% complete
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Medial tibial plateau fracture

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 10 Aug 2016
84% complete
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Anterior calcaneal process fracture

  Diagnosis certain
Henry Knipe
Published 14 Aug 2016
92% complete
CT X-ray
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Talonavicular dislocation

Talonavicular dislocations are a rare injury, and is caused by forced extreme abduction or adduction of the forefoot. They are often associated with calcaneocuboid dislocation (often transient) and calcaneal fractures (and are then called transcalcaneal talonavicular dislocations). See also ta...