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Bones Distal Humerus Proximal radius Radial head Proximal ulna Olecranon
Joints Hinge – Flex and extend Ulna and trochlea Rotation – Supinate and pronate
Joints Hinge (Flexion and extension) Ulna and trochlea Rotation – Pronation and supination Capitellum and radius
Greyhen; VOL. 89-B, No. 6, JUNE 2007
Lateral view Radial collateral ligament Annular ligament Medial view Ulnar collateral ligament
Nerves Ulnar nerve Median nerve Radial nerve
Radial head points to capitellum Anterior humeral line Shaft condylar angle ~ 40 degrees
Treatment ? Diagnosis?
Treatment ? NO TBW, needs more stability No Ex Fix in this case Early ROM
Treatment ? 2 weeks
Avulsed radial collateral ligament and common extensor origin Diagnosis? Treatment ?
Removable slab 6 weeks Free ROM Radiograph at 6 months
What do you see? Post Reduction EUA Stable full extension
Treatment ? Don’t be tempted
Classify ? Descriptive Treatment ? At most 2 distal screws What is the problem ? 9 Proximal
Classify ? Descriptve Treatment ?
3 months 4 months No infection
Minor complications (15%) Erythema and nonpurulent drainage >5 days, 9% Skin release 6% (reduce tension) Major complications (10%) Purulent pin site drainage in 1% Fixator malalignment 1% Pin loosening in 4% Deep infection 4%. No nerve injuries JSES; May 2008 (Vol. 17, Issue 3, Pages )
Treatment ? Classify ? Early ROM Radiograph at 3 Months
Treatment ? Classify ? 6 weeks Full pronation and supination 10 ⁰ FFD Approach ?
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Current Concepts and Review of Fractures of the Scaphoid Samantha Muhlrad, MD Assistant Clinical Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery Hand and Microsurgery.
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This file reviews materials in Exercises 9, 10, 11 and it prepares students for the coming lab test. Ex. 9 (Appendicular skeleton) Ex. 10 (Fetal skeleton)
Copyright 2002 CareGroup Occupational Health Network Provocative Testing & Diagnostics of Upper & Lower Extremity Conditions Tom Winters, MD, FACOEM,
The Knee Is a Joint More specifically … A LEG JOINT.
Pediatric Ankle & Foot Fractures Steven Rabin, MD Revised: March 2011 Original authors (2004): Laura Phieffer, MD & Steven Frick, MD Revised (2006): Steven.
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© 2010 McGraw-Hill Higher Education. All rights reserved. Chapter 15: The Ankle and Lower Leg.
Current Issues in the Anesthetic Treatment of the Patient for Orthopedic Sugery R4.
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Elbow injuries and the throwing athlete Michael J. Kissenberth MD Orthopaedic Surgery, Sports Medicine SHCC, Greenville Hospital System.
JMS August 2012 ASOPA/NAOTOrthopaedic Technologists Symposium Conference and Workshop Complications in Orthopaedic Trauma Michael S. Bongiovanni, M.D.
Question 11 Which of the following laboratory studies is predictive of wound healing prior to performing a lower extremity amputation? 1. Total protein.
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