By Eugene Toy, Andrew Rosenbaum, Timothy Roberts, Joshua Dines
SHARPEN YOUR severe considering talents and get ready FOR REAL-WORLD perform WITH ORTHOPAEDIC surgical procedure CASES
Experience with medical instances is essential to excelling on your rotations and post-graduate education. Case records: Orthopaedic Surgery supplies forty five true-to-life instances that illustrate ideas serious to coping with universal musculoskeletal accidents and stipulations. every one case contains a concise and actual sufferer presentation, key examination findings, and transparent radiologic photographs the place appropriate. also, situations contain in-depth discussions of the harm or represented, replete with evidence-based perform innovations, uncomplicated procedural information and methods, and dialogue of power problems, pitfalls, and supreme sufferer results. overview questions and scientific pearls strengthen learning.
- Learn from forty five high-yield instances, every one with overview questions
- Master key thoughts with scientific pearls
- Polish your method of medical difficulties and imagine like a doctor
- Perfect for college kids, orthopaedic interns, and citizens who stumble upon orthopaedic stipulations in day-by-day practice
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She has pain and a dorsally angulated deformity about the distal radius. Wrist x-rays show an intraarticular distal radius fracture with concomitant ulnar styloid fracture. • Most likely diagnosis: This is an intraarticular distal radius fracture that involves the distal radioulnar joint (DRUJ) with a concomitant ulna styloid fracture. This may be classified as a Frykman type VI distal radius fracture. • Additional injuries to be concerned: Scaphoid fractures, radial head fractures (Essex Lopresti), elbow dislocation, proximal humerus fractures, shoulder dislocations, and clavicle fractures.
E. Hand splinting: For immobilization of almost all metacarpal and phalanx fractures. The metacarpal-phalange joints should be immobilized between 70 and 90 degrees of flexion to prevent stiffening and contracture. Interphalangeal joints are immobilized in extension. Together, this is referred to as the “intrinsic plus” position because it mimics the hand position achieved with contraction of the hand intrinsic muscles. 2. Bracing: a. Knee immobilizer: A prefabricated brace extending from the mid-thigh to the mid-leg that holds the knee in near-complete extension.
SHOULDER INSTABILITY: A pathologic state associated with painful, excessive translation of the shoulder. Instability, unlike asymptomatic laxity, should be considered for treatment. BANKART LESION: The most common sequelae of an anterior shoulder dislocation (up to 85% of cases). Bankart lesions are described as detachment of the anteroinferior labrum from the glenoid rim, accompanied by detachment of the inferior glenohumeral ligament from its glenoid origin. Described as a bony Bankart lesion when the glenoid rim itself fractures in lieu of a labral detachment.