Friday, April 16, 2010

Pronator syndrome

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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Elbow & Forearm - Anatomy, Clinical Examination & Pathology

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Elbow & Forearm - Anatomy, Clinical Examination & Pathology

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Elbow Clinical Examination Videos

Scaphoid fracture fixation videos

 


Spinal deformity


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Treatment of Posttraumatic Deformities in Children and Adolescents by Taylor Spatial Frame

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Figure 1A: A 
segmented fracture of the femur Figure 1B: 
Damage of the distal femoral epiphysis Figure 1C: 
Distal femoral valgus, recurvatum, and external 
rotation Figure 1D: 
Distal femoral valgus, recurvatum, and external 
rotation
Figure 1E: A segmented fracture of the femur Figure 1F: 
Damage of the distal femoral epiphysis Figure 1G: 
Distal femoral valgus, recurvatum, and external 
rotation Figure 1H: 
Distal femoral valgus, recurvatum, and external 
rotation
Figure : Radiographs of a 13-year-old boy with a segmented fracture of the femur and damage of the distal femoral epiphysis (A, B). AP (C) and lateral (D) radiographs before frame application (1 year after trauma) showing distal femoral valgus, recurvatum, and external rotation. AP (E) and lateral (F) radiographs during correction showing regenerate of angulation. Note the distal fragment fixed with 1 ring and only 2 half pins. Radiograph after addition of the second ring and four 1.8 Ilizarov wires (G). Radiograph of normal femoral alignment after frame removal (H).

Excision of Proximal Fibular Tumors: A Newly Described Posterior Surgical Approach

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Figure 3: Lateral radiograph of an osteochondroma

Figure: Axial transverse anatomical illustration through the proximal third of the tibia with the surgical excision illustrated by dotted lines.