Monteggia fracture

The Monteggia fracture is a fracture of the ulna that affects the joint with the radius. More precisely, it is a fracture of the proximal third of the ulna with dislocation of the head of the radius. Number of View: 2675
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Dislocation of hip

Dislocation of the hip is a common injury to the hip joint. A dislocated hip, much more common in girls than in boys, is a condition that can either be congenital or acquired. Understanding the epidemiology, anatomy, difference between congenital and acquired, screening, treatments, and rehabilitation are all relevant to the topic. Number of View: […]
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Dislocation of the elbow

Complete traumatic disruption of the elbow joint usually results in the radius and ulna being displaced laterally to the humerus (lateral luxation) This occurs because the medial condyle of the distal humerus is larger, preventing the radius and ulna from moving medially. The clinical picture is that of complete instability of the joint with deformity. […]
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