Bunionette; Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Bunionette/Bunion is a common deformity of the joint connecting the big toe to the foot. It is characterized by the first metatarsal bone deviating toward the midline of the body and the big toe deviating away from the midline of the body. This is often erroneously described as an enlargement of the metatarsal bone or tissue around the metatarsophalangeal joint. A similar condition of the little toe is referred to as a Tailor’s Read More …

Amputation Treatment, Rehabilitation, Home Care

Amputation Treatment/Amputation is a major health burden on the families, society, and on medical services as well. Traumatic limb amputation is a catastrophic injury and an irreversible act which is sudden and emotionally devastating for the victims. In addition, it causes inability to support self and the family and driving many patients toward various psychiatric disorders. Extensive information regarding the Read More …

Amputation Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

Amputation Symptoms/Amputation is a major health burden on the families, society, and on medical services as well. Traumatic limb amputation is a catastrophic

Amputation Symptoms/Amputation is a major health burden on the families, society, and on medical services as well. Traumatic limb amputation is a catastrophic injury and an irreversible act which is sudden and emotionally devastating for the victims. In addition, it causes inability to support self and the family and driving many patients toward various psychiatric disorders. Extensive information regarding the Read More …

Amputation Causes, Symptoms, Treatment, Rehabilitation

Amputation Causes

Amputation Causes/Amputation is a major health burden on the families, society, and on medical services as well. Traumatic limb amputation is a catastrophic injury and an irreversible act which is sudden and emotionally devastating for the victims. In addition, it causes inability to support self and the family and driving many patients toward various psychiatric disorders. Extensive information regarding the Read More …

Plastic Surgery, Types, Indication, ContraIndications

Plastic surgery

Plastic surgery is a surgical specialty involving the restoration, reconstruction, or alteration of the human body. It can be divided into two categories. The first is reconstructive surgery which includes craniofacial surgery, hand surgery, microsurgery, and the treatment of burns. The other is cosmetic or aesthetic surgery.[rx] While reconstructive surgery aims to reconstruct a part of the body or improve its functioning, cosmetic surgery aims at Read More …

DTFM Therapy Indications, Contraindications

DTFM Therapy Indications

DTFM Therapy Indications/DTFM Therapy (Deep transverse friction massage) is one of several physiotherapy interventions suggested for the management of tendinitis pain. To assess the efficacy of DTFM for treating tendinitis. Deep friction massage is a specific connective tissue massage that was developed by Cyriax. The purpose of deep friction massage is to maintain the mobility within the soft tissue structures of Read More …

Femoral Shaft Open Fractures, Diagnosis, Treatment

Femoral Shaft Open Fractures

Femoral Shaft Open Fractures/Femoral shaft fractures have become safe and reproducible since the advent of the popularization of intramedullary nailing, however, many femoral shaft fractures are complicated by associated fractures, extensive comminution, extensive contamination, and arterial injury compartmental syndrome. Other conditions associated with the use of femoral nailing include femora nonunions, broken hardware, acute fractures with prior implants, and infections. Read More …

Femoral Shaft Spiral fractures, Diagnosis, Treatment

Femoral Shaft Spiral fractures

Femoral Shaft Spiral fractures/Femoral shaft fractures have become safe and reproducible since the advent of the popularization of intramedullary nailing, however, many femoral shaft fractures are complicated by associated fractures, extensive comminution, extensive contamination, and arterial injury compartmental syndrome. Other conditions associated with the use of femoral nailing include femora nonunions, broken hardware, acute fractures with prior implants, and infections. Read More …

Femoral Shaft Oblique Fractures, Diagnosis, Treatment

Femoral Shaft Oblique Fractures

Femoral Shaft Oblique Fractures/Femoral shaft fractures have become safe and reproducible since the advent of the popularization of intramedullary nailing, however, many femoral shaft fractures are complicated by associated fractures, extensive comminution, extensive contamination, and arterial injury compartmental syndrome. Other conditions associated with the use of femoral nailing include femora nonunions, broken hardware, acute fractures with prior implants, and infections. Read More …

Femoral Shaft Transverse Fractures; Diagnosis, Treatment

Femoral Shaft Transverse Fractures

Femoral Shaft Transverse Fractures/Femoral shaft fractures have become safe and reproducible since the advent of the popularization of intramedullary nailing, however, many femoral shaft fractures are complicated by associated fractures, extensive comminution, extensive contamination, and arterial injury compartmental syndrome. Other conditions associated with the use of femoral nailing include femora nonunions, broken hardware, acute fractures with prior implants, and infections. Read More …

Femoral Shaft Fractures, Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment

Femoral Shaft Fractures

Femoral shaft fractures have become safe and reproducible since the advent of the popularization of intramedullary nailing, however, many femoral shaft fractures are complicated by associated fractures, extensive comminution, extensive contamination, and arterial injury compartmental syndrome. Other conditions associated with the use of femoral nailing include femora nonunions, broken hardware, acute fractures with prior implants, and infections. The management of Read More …

Subtrochanteric Femoral Neck Fractures, Causes, Treatment

Subtrochanteric Femoral Neck Fractures

Subtrochanteric Femoral Neck Fractures/Femur Neck Fractures is a flattened pyramidal process of bone, connecting the femoral head with the femoral shaft, and forming with the latter a wide angle opening medial ward. Femoral neck fractures account for nearly half of all hip fractures with the vast majority occurring in elderly patients after simple falls[rx]. Currently, there may be sufficient evidence to Read More …