Shoulder Dislocation

With shoulder (glenohumeral) – dislocations, the humeral head out of the socket separates; the shift is almost always anterior. Shoulder dislocations account for about half of the major joint dislocations. With shoulder (glenohumeral) – dislocations, the humeral head out of the socket separates; the shift is almost always anterior. Shoulder dislocations account for about half of the major joint dislocations. Shoulder dislocations can be Anterior Posterior Inferior Anterior dislocation of…

September 3, 2018
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Epiphysiolysis Femoris (Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis, Scfe)

The Epiphysiolysis femoris (SCFE) is a movement of the femoral head in the direction of the femoral epiphysis. The disease typically occurs in early adolescence and especially in boys. Obesity is a major risk factor. Genetic factors are important. SCFE is bilaterally at a fifth of cases, unilateral SCFE is bilaterally at two-thirds of patients. The exact cause is unknown, but is related to the weakening of the growth due…

September 3, 2018
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