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Achondroplasia

(see also: Pseudoachondroplasia) Discussion autosomal dominant disorder; arises due to a point mutation for the gene encoding a fibroblast growth factor (Fibroblast growth factor receptor 3) over 80% of all persons with this disorder are born to parents who are not achondroplastic, & such parents rarely have second achondroplastic child; it is presumed in these … Read more

ACL: Optimal Graft Angle:

optimal graft angle the report by Howell SM, et al, the authors studied the angle of the tibial tunnel to graft function; 5 surgeons treated 119 subjects by reconstructing a torn ACL using a double-looped semitendinosus and gracilis graft and a standardized technique; radiographs were analyzed for tibial tunnel placement and a clinical evaluation was … Read more

ACL_optimal_graft_position

optimal graft angle: in the report by Howell SM, et al, the authors studied the angle of the tibial tunnel to graft function; 5 surgeons treated 119 subjects by reconstructing a torn ACL using a double-looped semitendinosus and gracilis graft and a standardized technique; radiographs were analyzed for tibial tunnel placement and a clinical evaluation … Read more

Infraspinatus

(See also: Rotator cuff) origin: infraspinatus fossa of scapula insertion: posterior aspect of greater tuberosity of humerus, capsule of shoulder joint; demensions: infraspinatus has been shown to average 29 mm wide, with a mean medial-to-lateral width of 19 mm action: extension, horizontal extension and lateral rotation of humerus at the shoulder joint. the infraspinatus is the … Read more

Adult Humeral Inter-condylar Fractures: Plate Application

– Technique Considerations: – following restoration of fracture anatomy, contour 1/3 tubular, 3.5 pelvic reconstruction, or 3.5 DCPs, to fit medial and lateral aspect of distal humerus; – the strongest bone lies along medial and lateral columns and therefore the plate screws should be placed here rather than central portion of distal end of the … Read more

Ankle Joint Menu

Ankle Fractures Type A Type B Type C Ankle Equinus Deformity Achilles Tendon Rupture Achilles Tendinitis Anatomy: Ankle Joint Ankle Arthrodesis Ankle Arthroscopy Anterior Impingement Snydrome of the Ankle Blair Fusion Brostrom Procedure Deltoid Ligament Examination of the Ankle Haglund’s Deformity Ligaments anterior talofibular ligament calcaneofibular ligament posterior talofibular ligament Medial Malleolus Fractures Osteochondral Lesions … Read more