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Knee Cap Fracture

A Patella Fracture is a fracture of the knee cap and is one of the most common knee injuries. The knee cap (patella) acts like a shield for the knee joint and so it can easily be injured. About 15% percent of sport injuries involve the knee. The knee is the weakest if a person is involved in high-velocity, cutting, twisting, and jumping activities. Patella fractures are more common in males than in females.

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MRI Can Spot Early Signs Of Knee Arthritis

They looked at 849 people, average age of 60, who showed no evidence of arthritis in either knee in X-rays. They were deemed at high risk due to factors such as being overweight or having a history of knee injuries. The Northwestern University team also assessed cartilage damage, bone marrow lesions and meniscus tears on MRI images taken three years apart. If the MRIs showed worsening damage during that time, the patients were at increased risk of developing knee arthritis or symptoms such as pain, stiffness and/or swelling.

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Colle’s Fracture / Broken Wrist

Colle’s fracture is a wrist fracture which occurs within an inch of the wrist joint involving the forearm bone’s distal end of the radius. The fracture runs transversely just above the wrist joint and displays this distal end of the bone more dorsally giving the wrist the classical “dinner fork” deformity look. Colle’s fracture is named after Abraham Colles, an Irish surgeon, who first described the condition. Another name for this fracture is the “Pouteau” fracture. It mostly results from a “slip and fall” on an outstretched hand.

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Hip Replacement In Acetabular Fracture

A 78 year old Patient had an RTA and sustained a Hip injury. He was diagnosed as having a Central fracture dislocation (Bicolumnar Fracture). He was not operated by the treating Orthopedic Surgeon considering the Risks involved at the Age. He presented to us after 7 months with ProtrusioAcetabuli with AVN of Femoral head.

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MIO Tibial Plating

A 24 year old male had a RTA and sustained a Femur fracture with a Comminuted Tibia Fracture and Compound Foot injury.

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ShoulderHemiarthroplasty

A 58 year old female presented with history of fall at home. She sustained injury to her right shoulder. She had a Previous history of IHD. X ray of Right shoulder showed Four Part Right Proximal Humerus Fracture. ..

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THR with Acetabular Reconstruction

45 year old male with complaints of pain left hip since 2 months, difficulty in walking, Squatting, climbing up and down the stairs, has to walk with help of walker. Past history- H/o right hip cemented Total Hip Replacement elsewhere. Closed cup placement and Varus placement of Stem noted in Right Hip Clinical examination: Left hip rotations painful. Shortening left lower limb. Patient...

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Complex Fracture Dislocation Shoulder

59 yr old male, sustained injury to Right shoulder following RTA. Presented to A & E with C/O pain and swelling Right shoulder, restricted movements right shoulder with no distal neurovascular deficit. Systemic Examination- normal. X ray Right Shoulder -Anterior dislocation right shoulder with Fracture proximal humerus. CT scan with 3 D Reconstruction of Right shoulder was performed ....

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65 year old Male had Advanced Bilateral OA knees.

65 year old Male had Advanced Bilateral OA knees. Pre-Operation Video UNIQUE FEATURES: Severe Genu Varus with Lateral Subluxation Bilateral Fixed Flexion Deformity Severe Lateral Thrust Large Posterior Osteophytes Left Knee was Worse than Right Salient Features DuringSurgery: Severe Bony Defect in the Left Knee Medially Bony Defect was augmented with Wedge Stem extensions were used to give...

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Surgery for Morton Neuroma Treatment

Introduction Compressive neuropathy of the interdigital nerve Epidemiology more common in females (9:1) location most frequently between the 3rd and 4th metatarsals 2nd most common is between 2nd and 3rd metatarsal Pathophysiology poorly understood compression/tension around the transverse intermetatarsal ligament repetitive microtrauma excessive bursal tissue endoneural edema Anatomy 3rd and...

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