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  • Asked by Anonymous Dermatosis is defined as a disorder involving lesions or eruptions of the skin that are acute (lasting days to weeks) or chronic (lasting months to years).Grades of dermatosis […]
  • Asked by Anonymous Iliofemoral ligament (Y ligament or ligament of Bigelow):Stem of Y: attached to Anterior inferior iliac spine (AIIS) Arms of Y: attached to upper and lower part of inter-trochanteric lineThe […]
  • Asked by Anonymous There are 3 different approaches to hip arthrocentesis:1. Lateral approach: Insert the needle at a 45-degree angle with the surface of the thigh just inferior and anterior to […]
  • Asked by Swash Corona mortis (crown of death or circle of death) is the vascular anastomosis between the obturator artery (branch of internal iliac system) and the inferior epigastric artery or […]
  • Asked by Anonymous McCormack load sharing classification takes into account, 3 different factors: AppositionComminutionDeformity correctionScore1point2 points3 pointsComminution/Sagittal collapse30%30-60%>60%Apposition of fragments1 mm2 mm> 2 mmDeformity (kyphosis) correction/= 10 degreesTotal3 points6 points9 pointsSource: McCormack T, […]
  • Asked by Anonymous After selection of appropriate article, journal club template consists of following headings: Slide 1: IntroductionSlide 2: About Author and JournalSlide 3: HypothesisSlide 4: Evidence baseSlide 5: Study designSlide 6: […]
  • Asked by Anonymous Superior Shoulder Suspensory Complex (SSSC) is a bony soft tissue ring at the end of a superior (middle 1/3 clavicle) and an inferior (scapular body/glenoid neck junction) bony […]
  • Asked by ramadi PFNA (Proximal Femoral Nail Antirotaion) system was designed according to the geometric proportions of the White population, and it is known that important differences exist between Asians and […]
  • Asked by Alcest In 1991, aceclofenac was developed as an analog of a commonly prescribed NSAID, Diclofenac, via chemical modification in effort to improve the gastrointestinal tolerability of the drug. All the […]
  • Asked by Tom PLRI or Posterolateral rotatory instability is caused by the incompetence of LUCL (Lateral ulnar collateral ligament). LUCL attaches on lateral epicondyle on humerus and supinator crest on ulna. […]
  • Asked by Trilok Limb buds appear in the 4th week of gestation. Further limb development depends upon interplay of genes and factors. Bold letters used below can be used for mnemonic […]
  • Asked by Tuncali In general, vasospastic disease with a known underlying cause is termed the Raynaud phenomenon. When no underlying cause is present, the clinical condition is known as Raynaud disease. […]
  • Asked by Green DP a. Thigh Local muscle flapb. Proximal 1/3 leg Medial: Medial gastrocnemius rotational flap (supplied by medial branch of sural artery)Lateral: Lateral gastrocnemius rotational flap (supplied by lateral branch of […]
  • Asked by Anonymous Corticosteroids inhibit transcription of proinflammatory mediators in human airway endothelial cells which cause pharyngeal inflammation and ultimately symptoms of pain. Corticosteroids are beneficial in other upper respiratory tract […]
  • Asked by Terry Fixed flexion deformity of hip is compensated by pelvic extension resulting from increased lumbar lordosis. The combined effect allows patient to walk with feet touching the ground in […]
  • Asked by McArdle The use of TNF-alpha inhibitors increases the risk for opportunistic infection including mycobacteria, fungi, legionella and listeria. This is because of the reason that TNF-alpha stabilizes old granulomas […]
  • Asked by Dr. Who Changes in subjective sleepiness were shown to closely parallel changes in blood ammonia levels in both healthy volunteers and patients with cirrhosis in a study of induced […]
  • Asked by Shawn Both of these surgeries are performed in cases of anterior shoulder instability. The key differences between these two surgeries are given in the table below:Surgical StepLatarjetBristowOsteotomy siteBetween coracobrachialis […]
  • Asked by Suresh In the pre-operative period, various anticoagulants may be used. The anticoagulants must be stopped following hours/days prior to the surgery:1. Unfractionated heparin: 6 hours 2. Low molecular weight heparin […]
  • Asked by Strauss Varus alignment is associated with higher rates of PLC (posterolateral corner) reconstruction failure. Hence, evaluation of triple varus alignment must be performed. Primary varus alignment: Due to tibiofemoral alignment […]