sesamoid fracture

sesamoid fracture

traumatic/stress fracture of one or both FHB sesamoids at 1 MTPJ, characterized by 1 MTPJ plantar pain, tenderness, bruising and soft-tissue swelling, typically following sports-induced trauma; differential diagnosis should exclude bipartite sesamoid
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A U Minor was pulled up before the straight having suffered a suspected sesamoid fracture.
Popular California sprinter Big Jag had to be euthanized in Dubai, never having recovered from a sesamoid fracture suffered in February as he tried to defend his title in a race called the Golden Shaheen.
A U Minor was pulled up having suffered a suspected sesamoid fracture.
Winner of the Grade 1 Stephen Foster Handicap at Churchill Downs in June, the Kiaran McLaughlin-trained four-year-old has been retired because of a sesamoid fracture in his left front ankle.
After a close-up fifth in a Grade 1 on his return to the US, he suffered a sesamoid fracture that threatened his career.
A Hennessy colt was put down after suffering a compound sesamoid fracture at Keeneland's April breeze show in 2003, and the following year the workouts were cancelled at the same venue when a Pulpit filly suffered a fatal breakdown.
Thumb sesamoid fractures usually result from hyperextension injury to the MCP joint.
Duggan says the injuries he's treated include high-level sprains, bruises to ankle bones responsible for transferring weight from the leg to the foot, sesamoid fractures, neuromas and heel injuries.
Operative partial or complete excision or bone grafting may be necessary for delayed or nonunion of sesamoid fractures.
McClure is studying the effectiveness of Equitripsy in healing equine musculoskeletal problems such as long bone fractures, osteo-degenerative conditions, sesamoid fractures, navicular disease and tendinitis.
There were eight types of lesion that had no effect on performance, including bony fragments in the fetlock and sesamoid fractures.