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Cast syndrome

SMA syndrome / Wilkie's syndrome / Cast syndrome / Mesenteric root syndrome / Chronic duodenal ileus and intermittent arterio-mesenteric occlusion. * It is distinct from Nutcracker syndrome, which is the…

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Complications of Anterior Shoulder Dislocation

The most common complication of an acute shoulder dislocation is recurrence. This complication occurs because the capsule and surrounding ligaments are stretched and deformed during the dislocation. Age is the…

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Winging of Scapula

Anatomy of Scapula Scapula serves as the attachment site for 17 muscles Its normal function to stabilize the scapula to the thorax, provide power to the upper limb and synchronize…

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Revised Gustilo and Anderson’s Classification of Open Fractures

Classification Type I: Wound less than 1 cm with minimal soft tissue injury Wound bed is clean Fracture is usually a simple transverse, short oblique fracture, with minimal comminution  …

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Acromioclavicular Joint Injuries

AC Joint Injuries Injuries in and around the shoulder are common in today's athletic society. Acromioclavicular (AC) joint injuries are common and often seen after bicycle wrecks, contact sports, and…

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Regenerative Medicine – Basics are a must !

Stem Cell Therapy INTRODUCTION There are a myriad of musculoskeletal disease conditions and injuries that presently have limited therapeutic options and could benefit from developing technologies in regenerative medicine. The…

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PCL Tear

PCL Tear The posterior cruciate ligament (PCL) is the strongest ligament about the knee and is approximately twice as strong as the anterior cruciate ligament. Its main function is to…

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PIGMENTED VILLONODULAR SYNOVITIS (PVNS)

PIGMENTED VILLONODULAR SYNOVITIS (PVNS)       PIGMENTED VILLONODULAR SYNOVITIS (PVNS) Definition: - Pigmented villonodular synovitis (PVNS) is a slow growing lesion of uncertain etiology arising from the synovial membrane,…

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Burners / Stingers

  Burners / Stingers These are the traction injuries that results in a neuropraxia of the brachial plexus. This is mainly due to ipsilateral shoulder depression with lateral neck deviation…

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DNB versus MS ! Where am i going ?

  DNB Orthopaedics versus MS Orthopaedics Here is an attempt to solve the issue : The greatest confusion these days which every PG aspirant is struggling with - Should I…

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