4 Jan, 2012
To demonstrate radiological features of Developmental Dysplasia Of Hip(DDH)/ Congenital Dislocation Of Hip, Von Rosen’s View is preferred.
1.The normal position of the head of the femur is in the lower and inner quadrant formed by Perkin’s and Hilgenreiner’.. Continue Reading>>
30 Dec, 2011
free ppt orthopaedics
Volkmann’s Ischaemic Contracture results from an elevation of interstitial pressure in a closed osseo-fascial compartment that leads in micro vascular compromise and irreversible damage to the contents of the space.
Aetiology of Volkmann’s Ischaemic Contracture:
1.Decreased compartment .. Continue Reading>>
28 Oct, 2011
free ppt medical ppt orthopaedics
Compartment syndrome occurs most commonly due to injury involving main vessel of the limb. Edema occurs in the osteo fascial space increasing the pressure in the space.
Most commonly deep flexion compartment of forearm is involved. Flexor Digitorum Profundus and Flexor Pollicis Longus are the commo.. Continue Reading>>
23 Oct, 2011
orthopaedics sports injuries sports medicine
The term Tennis elbow has been popular as many celebrities sports people have been suffering from this condition at some time of their career.
What is Tennis Elbow ?
Tennis elbow is the layman term for Lateral epicondylitis. Lateral epicondyle serves as an attachment for the extensor tendons and the.. Continue Reading>>
30 Oct, 2010
Clubfoot occurs due to calcaneotalar-navicular complex mal-alignment. The deformities can be easily remembered by the mnemonic CAVE – Cavus Adductus Varus Equinus.
Clubfoot is a primary hindfoot deformity. Hindfoot is in varus and equinus.
Neuromuscular or Syndromi.. Continue Reading>>