Orthopedic Emergencies and Urgencies Scott Playford ... Rotary (4%)- usually posterolateral Dislocation- Knee Injury to popliteal artery and vein is common Peroneal nerve injury in 20-40% of knee dislocations With peroneal nerve injury, ...
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Dislocations Out of Joint In The ED Overview Joint dislocations require prompt and effective care in the Emergency Department Objectives: Discuss several techniques for shoulder reductions Discuss Hip dislocations/reduction Management and complications of knee dislocation Elbow dislocations and ...
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Intra-articular Knee Injuries Ligament Injuries Knee Dislocation Unusual in children More common ... Injuries Acute Hemarthrosis in Children-without Obvious Fracture Anterior Cruciate Tear Meniscal tear Patellar dislocation +/- osteochondral fracture Knee Injuries Acute Hemarthrosis ACL 50% ...
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Therapeutic Taping for the Hip & Knee Dr. Dyanna Haley-Rezac, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, CKTP Dr. Scott Rezac, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS, CKTP, CEAS Scott & Dyanna Rezac - Taping Hip & Knee Medial Knee Proprioception Adapted from McConnell Medial Glide with Elastic Tape Single strip, 3-4 squares Apply from ...
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Ligament Dislocations Loss of continuity between articular surfaces Patellar dislocation Knee dislocation Patella Dislocation Secondary to twisting injury on an extended knee Patella is displaced laterally Usually easily reduced by hyperextending knee and flexing hip Knee Dislocation ...
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Anatomy ACL PCL MCL LCL Meniscus Medial Lateral Knee Anatomy THE KNEE HISTORY Pain ... effusion XRAYS PATELLAR DISLOCATION Treatment Knee extension immobilizer x 4 wks Early quad setting exercises PRE’s at 4 wks to pain tolerance Return to sport Full, ...
Date added: October 6, 2011 - Views: 278
Hip Dislocations and Femoral Head Fractures Fernando Serna, MD John T. Gorczyca, MD University of Rochester Medical Center Created March 2004; First Revision January 2006
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How to Diagnosis: Refer for Imaging. Although some patellar dislocations will be obvious a complete evaluation of the suspected patellar dislocation must include basic imaging.
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... and external rotation force Usually can be easily reduced in the field Lateral dislocation is most common PATELLAR DISLOCATION REDUCTION Extend knee and put medial pressure on patella to reduce PROXIMAL FIBULA Anterior-lateral most common Seldom accompanied by nerve injury Posterior ...
Date added: November 21, 2011 - Views: 36
Brandon Mines, MD Emory Sports Medicine Center Medial Collateral ligament (MCL) Injury Hx: Immediate pain over medial knee Worse with flexion/extension of knee Pain may be constant or present with movement only Knee feels ‘unstable’ Soft tissue swelling, bruising Medial Collateral ligament ...
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Dislocation of the hip joint Three types of hip dislocation : - 1 . Anterior dislocation ( 10 – 15 %) 2 . Posterior dislocation ( 70 % ) 3 . Central dislocation ( rest )
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Title: Total Hip and Knee Replacement Author: BozicK Last modified by: Anthony Lipphardt Created Date: 9/2/2004 1:53:01 AM Document presentation format
Date added: October 6, 2011 - Views: 233
Title: Acute Lateral Dislocation of the Patella Author: Ben Milne Last modified by: User Created Date: 10/30/2010 1:05:13 AM Document presentation format
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- Dislocation direction : position of the hip vs. force vector applied vs. individual's anatomy - Post dislocations : deceleration accident; knee strikes the dashboard with the knee and hip flexed
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The amount of flexion, adduction and internal rotation that is necessary to cause hip dislocation should be documented. ... Most commonly caused by impact of dashboard on knee. Type of Posterior Dislocation depends on: Direction of applied force. Position of hip. Strength of patient’s bone.
Date added: January 7, 2013 - Views: 41
Identify important focused history points and techniques for physical assessment of ... Collateral ligament injury to the knee Meniscus injury to the knee Knee dislocation Osgood-Schlatter disease Chondromalacia patellae ANKLE AND FOOT INJURIES Ankle sprain Ankle fracture Phalangeal ...
Date added: January 30, 2012 - Views: 79
Extremity Injuries Extremity Injuries Injuries to the extremities are common because people are involved in active lifestyles that include sports and wilderness activities. ... Knee Dislocation A knee dislocation is a serious injury.
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Anterior Knee Pain Anterior Knee Pain Patellofemoral pain syndrome Trauma-Dislocation Osteoarthrosis Cartilage abnormalities Osteochondritis dissecans Bipartite patella-Dorsal defect of the patella Synovial Plica Extensor mechanism tears Bursitis Osgood –Schlatter Disease.
Date added: October 15, 2011 - Views: 75
As the knee flexes, the patella jumps over the lateral condyle and the knee collapses. Patella Dislocation Patella Dislocation Patella Dislocation Prereduction X-ray The patella lies on the lateral aspect of the lateral femoral condyle.
Date added: December 16, 2011 - Views: 58
If hip extended – pubic dislocation Mechanism of Injury Posterior dislocations occur 9x more frequently than anterior These occur by a longitudinal force on an adducted hip ... pelvic fractures; sciatic nerve injury; knee injuries; ...
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KNEE INJURIES. The knee is inherently an unstable joint. ... Always exclude knee dislocation. The dislocation can be anterior , posterior , medial or lateral. It may also be a combination ; postero-lateral dislocation. Treatment ; operative or ...
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... muscles and tendons Dislocations Disruption of a joint such that the bone ends are no longer in contact Torn ligaments ... Other Injuries Ecchymosis Joints Dislocations Common Dislocations Knee Joint Knee Injuries Dislocation of the Knee Dislocation of the Knee Ankle Injuries ...
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Title: Postoperative Complications of Total Hip and Total Knee Arthroplasty Author: spencer schuenman Last modified by: Residents Lounge Created Date
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KNEE DISLOCATION. High energy mechanism; RTA. The cruciate ligaments and one or both lateral ligaments are torn. KNEE DISLOCATION. If dislocated joint has reduced spontaneously; swelling and gross instability. KNEE DISLOCATION. If still dislocated; gross deformity.
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... Knee flexion and valgus Femoral Anteversion Manifestations: ... High forces Usually associate with acetabular and/or femoral fx Direct - trochanter Indirect - foot or flexed knee (“dashboard dislocation”) Dislocation Anterior ...
Date added: November 11, 2012 - Views: 22
Complex Ligament Injuries of The Knee H.Makhmalbaf MD Consultant Knee Surgeon Assistant Professor Orthopaedics Mashad University of Medical sciences
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Knee dislocation, cont. Injury to the popliteal artery is seen in up to 33% of dislocations. Peroneal nerve injury may result in parasthesias and foot drop. Careful Neurovascular exam is essential!!!
Date added: October 31, 2011 - Views: 50
Bone, Joint, and Muscle Injuries Fractures Open / compound Skin is broken or damaged Closed / simple Skin intact, no wound exists Look For: DOTS Deformity, open wounds, tenderness, swelling CSM Circulation, sensation, movement Point tenderness Loss of use (child’s leg) Crepitus: grating ...
Date added: November 22, 2011 - Views: 63
Orthopedic Principles William Beaumont Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine assoc. ligamentous injuries in 20-25% -> ACL, MCL * * “Popliteal artery injuries occur in 40-50% of pts with knee dislocations. Knee dislocation is therefore an indication for angiogram, ...
Date added: September 18, 2011 - Views: 121
Every KNEE Must Bend MI Zucker, MD A dr Z Lecture On Injuries of the KNEE The KNEE Series Lateral (cross-table) Anterior-posterior (AP) Obliques: internal/external Patella (“sunrise”) Notch Lateral, AP, Obliques Patella and Notch Patella or “sunrise” is tangential Notch is a bended knee ...
Date added: October 24, 2013 - Views: 11
Chapter 6 -Injuries to the Lower Extremity ... (dislocation) Not common: ... Knee Injuries ACL & Skiers backward fall Anterior drawer mechanism Phantom boot back of skis levers flexed knee into internal rotation ACL and females ?
Date added: August 23, 2011 - Views: 100
Knee Dislocation Gross deformity or hemarthrosis Vascular exam Posterior ecchymosis Expanding hematoma Popliteal/DP/PT pulses Thrill or bruit ABI CT Angio Neuro exam X-rays Light Sedation → Conscious Sedation Reduction Splint in 15° flexion Ortho consult for all suspected/confirmed ...
Date added: October 2, 2011 - Views: 20
Lower limb fractures and dislocation DR. MOHAMAD KHAIRUDDIN BIN ABDUL WAHAB M.B.B.S (Univ. Malaya), MS Ortho (UKM) ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON FACULTY OF MEDICINE
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Dislocations Dislocations: What To Do Anterior Shoulder Dislocation Knee Dislocation Additional Extremity Injuries Sprains Strains Possible Signs of a Strain Tendonitis Inflammation of a Tendon Muscle Contusions (Bruises) Muscle ...
Date added: November 11, 2011 - Views: 34
Often unable to walk, complains of vague pain in the knee, thigh, groin, back or buttock and difficulty of weight bearing. ... Posterior approach- precautions should be taken against dislocation when exercises combining flexion, endorotation and adduction are given.
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... also depends on suspected injury Shoulder Rotator cuff Labrum A-C joint Clavicle Dislocation Rotator Cuff MRI ... Physical Shoulder Rotator Cuff Rotator Cuff Labrum Acromioclavicular Joint AC Joint AC Joint Clavicle Shoulder Dislocation Knee Anterior Cruciate Ligament ...
Date added: August 27, 2011 - Views: 53
BASICS OF ORTHOPEDIC RADIOLOGY Nilesh Patel, DO ... maintain their normal relationship Dislocations are named by the positioin of the distal segemnt This is an Anterior knee dislocation NEUROVASCULAR STATUS Finally when communicating a fracture, ...
Date added: May 15, 2012 - Views: 87
Acute anterior dislocation of the shoulder Conservative Treatment Rowe – JBJS, 1957 324 young patient with ant. dislocations 94% had recurrence if < 20 years old 62% had recurrence if < 30 years old 14% had recurrence if > 40 years old Burkhead & Rockwood (text book) 40 patients with acute ...
Date added: November 10, 2011 - Views: 54
Posterolateral Corner Injuries of the Knee ... 2008 Clinical diagnosis In the acute setting, always consider that a multiligament knee injury may represent a reduced dislocation: Check distal neurovascular status Pulses, ABI, ...
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Elbow Dislocation Basics History of trauma. Posterior dislocation is most common. Age group : <20 years of age. Rarely, elbow dislocation can occur in elderly patients after a fall. Common site : ulnohumeral joint.
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Dislocation of the Knee Produces significant deformity More urgent injury is to the popliteal artery, which is often lacerated or compressed. Always check distal circulation. Fractures About the Knee If there is adequate distal pulse and no significant deformity, ...
Date added: December 11, 2011 - Views: 20
Common Sports Injuries of the Knee & Shoulder James M. Farmer M.D. Sports Medicine & Orthopaedic Surgery Lewis-Gale Physicians Overview Knee Injuries Meniscal Tear Articular Cartilage Tear ACL Tear Patellofemoral Pain Iliotibial Band Syndrome Overview Shoulder Injuries Dislocation A-C Separation ...
Date added: October 13, 2011 - Views: 90
Numerical Methods for Describing Data From Graphical to Numerical 1. Traumatic knee dislocation often requires surgery to repair ruptured ligaments.
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... PCL tear, fracture, knee dislocation, patellar dislocation Lateral blow to the knee MCL tear Medial blow to the knee LCL tear Knee “gave out” or “buckled” ACL tear, patellar dislocation Fall onto a flexed knee PCL tear Physical Exam * Physical Exam ...
Date added: October 31, 2011 - Views: 73
Patellar Dislocation Pediatric Painful Knee Emily C Dawson MD PL2 December 19, 2005 Estimated 30 million children participate in organized sports each year Pediatricians now primary medical resource for these active children Sports are responsible for > 10 million PCP visits each year ...
Date added: September 15, 2011 - Views: 126
Knee Pain . Traumatic . Non –Traumatic . Intrinsic . Extrinsic . Periarticular. Intraarticular. Structural . Inflammatory. This is an algorithm to use when approaching the differential diagnosis of knee pain.
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... Fracture dislocation Rotator cuff tear Neurovascular injury Dislocation- Knee Injury to popliteal artery and vein is common Peroneal nerve injury in 20-40% of knee dislocations Associated with ligamentous injury Anterior (31%) Posterior (25%) Lateral ...
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... Axillary KEY TREATMENT: ED Reduction KNEE DISLOCATION History: High Velocity/ Load Exam: Gross Deformity; Popliteal Artery Injury Peroneal Nerve Injury X-ray: Gross Deformity, MRI: 3 of 4 Ligament Tear Management: Reduce, Evaluate Vascular Status, Evaluate ...
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Knee Ligament Injuries ... PCL Knee dislocation Rarely ACL Instability esp descending inclines Peroneal N. inj. 10% pain Biomechanical Increased: External tibial rotation Varus rotation Posterior tibial translation Exam Swelling / bruising Gait : ...
Date added: October 6, 2011 - Views: 138