Origin L5-S1 (common iliac artery bifurcation; anterior to SI joint) Course Extends down and posteriorly ~4 cm until superior margin of greater sciatic foramen and…Explore more Internal Iliac Artery Anatomy : Simplified
Tile/AO Classification Tile classification divides pelvic fractures into three basic types according to stability based on the integrity of the posterior sacroiliac complex. Here is…Explore more Pelvic Fracutre Classification Systems
As an occupational therapist in rehabilitation medicine, you work hand-in-hand helping patients with injuries or disabilities to overcome barriers. While you have enjoyed face-to-face patient…Explore more Help Your Tentative Occupational Therapy Clients and Students Step Into Telehealth
Inherent stability of the pelvis is provided by ligaments. The 3 groups of ligaments are: 1. Sacrum to Pelvis: Sacroiliac ligamentous complex: is divided into posterior…Explore more Ligaments of Pelvis
According to the American Diabetes Association, 5% to 10% of people with foot ulcers are diabetic. 50% of people with diabetes undergo non-traumatic limb amputation,…Explore more How Can a Podiatrist Help With Diabetes?
Special Anatomic Features of Heel Pad Heel pad form an almost fully contained cup-like structure consisting of skin overlying a shell of connective tissue within…Explore more Heel Pad Avulsion Injuries
When pregnant, you deal with numerous changes that come across as overwhelming, making pubic hair the least bit of your concern. However, you need to…Explore more How to get rid of pubic hair when you are pregnant?
1. Exquisite tenderness over the course of the sheath, limited to the sheath Present in 64% cases Late sign of proximal extension of pyogenic tenosynovitis…Explore more Kanavel Sign for Pyogenic Flexor Tenosynovitis