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SPONTANEOUS AUTO-AMPUTATION

A CASE OF SPONTANEOUS AUTO-AMPUTATION  Auto-amputation is the spontaneous detachment of gangrenous or non viable tissue from the viable part. Mainly occurs due to occlusion of the nurturing vessels of…

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Mazabraud syndrome

Mazabraud syndrome is a rare condition characterized by a combination of fibrous dysplasia and intramuscular myxomas. In Mazabraud syndrome, the distribution of fibrous dysplasia is mostly polyomelic and frequently located…

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Five ‘F’s in DDH

Five 'F's in DDH : Female  First born Female child  Family History Positive  Fair Complexion ( White / Caucasians )  Faulty Intra Uterine Position ( Breech )

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AIIMS Expected

#tusharmehta #aiims #expected 1. Gallow's Traction - Fracture shaft of Femur used as an Overhead Skin Traction in children less than 2 years 2. In fracture Calcaneum Bohler's angle is…

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Radial Club Hand

Radial Club Hand : *Longitudnal deficiency of radius *Mostly a bilateral deofrmity *Wrist is in marked radial deviation *Partial or whole of radius is absent *Thumb , scaphoid and trapezium…

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Hawkins Sign

  Hawkins sign describes subchondral lucency of the talar dome that occurs secondary to subchondral atrophy 6-8 weeks after a talar neck fracture This indicates that there is sufficient vascularity…

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Tourniquet

  Tourniquet - Modern Pneumatic Tourniquet was devised by Harvey Cushing in 1904 Most Common Complication is Nerve Palsy (Upper Limb > Lower Limb) Most Common Nerve involved is Radial…

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Buford complex

Buford complex Buford complex Buford complex It is seen in ~1.5% of population Its a cordlike middle glenohumeral ligament with attachment to base of biceps anchor and complete absence of…

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