Dislocation Detachment From Weak Attachment Points

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Intertrochanteric Femur Fracture Treatment in Asia

chanteric crest detachment and large lesser trochanter and greater trochanter detachment partially involving the lateral wall and less medial cortical support; and type V (10.1%) is a combi-nation of pertrochanteric and lateral fracture line involving the entire lateral wall and lesser trochanter detachment. Fracture mapping in unstable A2 pattern

Aorta Intervention: Technical Tip and Trick

Weak Points of EVAR No mural thrombus at attachment sites dislocation Anatomic Unsuitability for EVAR

MRI of the knee in children

ing dislocation. This appears as high signal intensity on T2-weighted images and low signal intensity on T1-weighted images (figure 2). The mechanism of dislocation can result in a chondral or osteochondral injury to the medial patellar facet and/or lateral femoral trochlear, occurring in up to 72% of transient dislocations.7 These are evident


facilitated bya weak, degenerate zonule. Apart from the disturbance ofvision common to anterior and posterior dislocation, the anterior luxation may be followed byuveitis or bysecondaryglaucoma. Rizzini (1955) describes retinal detachment in his case of traumatic posterior dislocation, butthis association is probablyfortuitous.

Theory of electrochemical nucleation and growth revisited?

atom-by-atom attachment. Thus, a cluster consisting of n atoms is assumed to grow further only by the addition of a single atom. The same concept is used to derive the ki-netic equations for the nucleation rate. In both kinetics and thermodynamics of classical nucleation, a central role plays the so-called critical nucleus. The size of the critical


stability after a dislocation. Neviaser and Ne- viaser3 reported 11 patients, average age 62.7 years, with anterior instability and subscapu- laris tendon and capsule detachment from the humerus without additional capsulolabral pa- thology. Brown et al recently presented a group of patients with subscapularis tendon

Interrupted tubules in filamentous crystals: Elastic analysis

plane in the schematic via attachment-detachment-limited transfer of the filament subunits, analogous to bonding-debonding associated with the glide of dislocations on their slip plane.9 Additionally, the IT defect can also climb along its axis via diffusion of the subunits to and from the inter-rupted end of the IT defect.

Arthroscopic Treatment of Anterior Glenohumeral I nstability

labral detachment. In general, a loosely attached superior labrum with a smooth cartilage transition is a variant of normal and not a labral separation. True labral injury is associated with failure of the origin fibers of the superior labrum, cartilage injury at the margin of the labral attachment, synovitis, and/or extension of the tear

Evaluation and Treatment of Sternoclavicular, Clavicular, and

of the underlying structures. The flattened lateral portion is ideal for attachment of muscles and ligaments. The midportion (or medial third) of the clavicle, where the shape of the bone transitions from the cylindrical form at the medial end to the flat-tened form at the distal end, is considered relatively weak and at risk for injury.1 5

Ocular disorders in Marfan s Syndrome

1 bujo.buos.co.uk BUJO VOL 1 I ISSUE 1 JUNE 2013 Abstract Marfan s syndrome (MFS) is an autosomal dominant connective tissue disorder where ophthalmic problems are often the presenting symptom in

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a detachment or tear near the capsular attachment through the vascular zone was rapid; it was slow or absent when a tear had occurred in the iuentre or near the concave edge. When the original injury had been- improperly treated the opposed edges of the tear failed to unite, became smooth and endothelialized, and the chances of repair were reduemd

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backwards or outwards, with detachment of the internal epi condyle. The explanation is of course the same that accounts for Pott's fracture at the elbow being so often a mixed frac ture and dislocation. A violent strain upon the internal lateral ligament of the ankle finds the weak spot at the epi