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The Hip Joint

The Hip Joint

The Hip Joint Exercises and Injuries Exercises for the Hip Joint Good ExRx Qustionable Bodybuilding Terminology Compound An exercise that involves two or more joint movements. Isolated An exercise that involves just one discernible joint movement. Terminology Closed Chain

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Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis

Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis

Osteoarthritis and Osteoporosis. Rochelle M. Nolte, MD CDR USPHS. Objectives. Participants will be able to: Discuss the epidemiology of osteoarthritis and osteoporosis in the geriatric population List 3 risk factors for osteoarthritis and osteoporosis in the geriatric population

By Donna
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Foot and Ankle Fractures

Foot and Ankle Fractures

Foot and Ankle Fractures. Foot and Ankle Fractures. Anatomy. Three groups of stabilizing ligaments : 1)Lateral -anterior talofibular ligament (ATFL) -calcaneofibular ligament (CFL) -posterior talofibular ligament (PTFL).

By Antony
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Anterior Hip Pain

Anterior Hip Pain

Anterior Hip Pain. Hilary Suzawa, MD Med/Peds August 2005. Hip Pain. Pt with hip pathology c/o pain may point to lateral aspect of proximal thigh, buttock, or groin Pt with lumbar spine pathology c/o pain may also point to thigh, buttock, lower leg BUT do NOT have groin pain.

By Mercy
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TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT

TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT

TOTAL HIP REPLACEMENT. Presented by: Atillio Castellani Brendan Cochren Trevor Kelly Shuntaro Maruyama Mustafa Sharif. General Anatomical Overview. The hip is one of your body's largest weight-bearing joints. Consists of two main parts:

By Samuel
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Chapter 8: The Biomechanics of the Upper Extremities

Chapter 8: The Biomechanics of the Upper Extremities

Chapter 8: The Biomechanics of the Upper Extremities. Basic Biomechanics, 4 th edition Susan J. Hall Presentation Created by TK Koesterer, Ph.D., ATC Humboldt State University. Objectives. Explain how anatomical structure affects movement capabilities of lower extremity articulations.

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“Sports Medicine for Primary Care Physician’s”

“Sports Medicine for Primary Care Physician’s”

“Sports Medicine for Primary Care Physician’s” . Dr. Donald W. Kucharzyk The Orthopaedic, Pediatric & Spine Institute Crown Point, Indiana. “Sports Medicine for Primary Care Physician’s”. Pediatric Athletic Sports Related Injuries

By jacob
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STRESS FRACTURES

STRESS FRACTURES

STRESS FRACTURES. DAVE HAIGHT, MD Sports Medicine Fellow April 2009. Outline. Pathophysiology Risk Factors Associations Diagnosis General Treatment Specific Cases. CAUSE. Change in load Small number of repetitions with large load Large number of reps, usual load

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Russell Meldrum, MD

Russell Meldrum, MD

Russell Meldrum, MD. Indiana, University , School of Medicine, Department of orthopedics. 550 North University Blvd., Room 1250. Indianapolis, IN 46202. 317-274-7359. Named for Birmingham, England, where the device’s creators practice medicine

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Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis

Osteoporosis. Hilary Suzawa Med/Peds August 2005. Osteoporosis vs. Osteopenia. National Institutes of Health defined Osteoporosis A disease of increase skeletal fragility Low bone mineral density (a T-score below -2.5) Microarchitectural deterioration Osteopenia

By lolita
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Advances in Skeletal Dosimetry Through Microimaging

Advances in Skeletal Dosimetry Through Microimaging

Advances in Skeletal Dosimetry Through Microimaging. Wesley Bolch, PhD, PE, CHP Director, Advanced Laboratory for Radiation Dosimetry Studies Department of Nuclear & Radiological Engineering University of Florida, Gainesville, FL Oak Ridge National Laboratory Tuesday, August 2

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FLOVENT ® DISKUS ® NDA 20-833, S004 GlaxoSmithKline

FLOVENT ® DISKUS ® NDA 20-833, S004 GlaxoSmithKline

FLOVENT ® DISKUS ® NDA 20-833, S004 GlaxoSmithKline. Pulmonary-Allergy Drugs Advisory Committee January 17, 2002 Charles E. Lee, M.D. Medical Reviewer Division of Pulmonary and Allergy Drug Products CDER/FDA. Proposed Indication.

By istas
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SECONDARY CAUSES OF OSTEOPOROSIS

SECONDARY CAUSES OF OSTEOPOROSIS

Bone Health and Osteoporosis Center Metabolic Bone Diseases and Mineral Disorders. SECONDARY CAUSES OF OSTEOPOROSIS. Nelson B. Watts, MD. SECONDARY CAUSES OF OSTEOPOROSIS. Use of bone densitometry Secondary causes of bone loss Laboratory evaluation Calcium and vitamin D

By ronia
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Radiology Packet 25

Radiology Packet 25

Radiology Packet 25. Fractures. 6 mo female GSD “Samantha”. HX = hit by car. 6 mo female GSD “Samantha”. 6 mo female GSD “Samantha”. 6 mo female GSD “Samantha”. RF There is cranial luxation of the right coxofemoral joint. A tiny bone fragment is visible in the right acetabulum.

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Radiology Packet 21

Radiology Packet 21

Radiology Packet 21. Pelvis. 5 yr old F Russian Blue “Jessie”. HX = Chronic intermittent lameness of the right hind leg progressing to temporary loss of use of both hind legs one day prior to presentation. 5 yr old F Russian Blue “Jessie”. RF The acetabulae are shallow.

By shea
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Getting into Orthopaedics SPS Jan 23, 2009

Getting into Orthopaedics SPS Jan 23, 2009

Getting into Orthopaedics SPS Jan 23, 2009. George Ozoude Resident Physician UIC Dept of Orthopaedics. Ortho!!. About Ortho M1 and M2 years M3 year M4 year. What is it?. Clinical and surgical management of musculoskeletal pathology Prevention Meds (pain, abx) Splinting/Casting

By dionysius
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CONTRACEPTIVE AND PRO-FERTILITY AGENTS

CONTRACEPTIVE AND PRO-FERTILITY AGENTS

CONTRACEPTIVE AND PRO-FERTILITY AGENTS. Yulia Komarova , Ph.D. ykomarov@uic.edu. Oral Contraceptives. Combined – contain both estrogenic and progestogenic agents Monophasic Multiphasic Biphasic Triphasic Continuous use of progestin only “ minipill ” – Progesterone only

By tymon
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The Hip Joint

The Hip Joint

The Hip Joint. Exercises and Injuries. Exercises for the Hip Joint. Good ExRx Qustionable Bodybuilding. Terminology. Compound An exercise that involves two or more joint movements. Isolated An exercise that involves just one discernible joint movement. Terminology. Closed Chain

By Samuel
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The Hip Joint

The Hip Joint

The Hip Joint. MOVEMENT. Flexion Extension Abduction Adduction Internal Rotation External Rotation. Bony Anatomy. The hip joint is the hip bone fused with the ilium, ischium, and pubis The hip bone forms the bony connection between the sacrum and femur. Ilium.

By Leo
(219 views)

Hip Arthroplasty

Hip Arthroplasty

Hip Arthroplasty . Chris Oser. Presentation. Why hip replacement? How? –Surgery! Different materials Pros and Cons Resurfacing Patient post-op. Reasons for Hip Replacement. #1: Osteoarthritis Rheumatoid arthritis Trauma - Injury Osteonecrosis

By sandra_john
(419 views)

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