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Arthroscopic assessment of an avulsion of the posterior horn of the lateral meniscus is technically challenging; however, it has been shown to be the most accurate tool for diagnosis [11, 13, 18].
Avulsion of permanent teeth," Dental Traumatology, vol.
Anterior shoulder instability with humeral avulsion of the glenohumeral ligament lesion.
The goal of treatment of a tibial spine avulsion is anatomic reduction.
Sediment distribution along and across a floodplain is a consequence of localized geomorphological processes such as meander migration, point bar formation, avulsion, and overbank deposition.
HE: heel erosion, SH: sole haemorrhage, WLH: white line haemorrhage, SA: sole avulsion, US: underrun sole, OS: overgrown sole, OH: overgrown hoof, WLF: white line fissure, IDH: interdigital hyperplasia, SU: sole ulcer.
Several studies were conducted in a number of countries to evaluate the parents' knowledge about emergency management of tooth avulsion.10,15,18,22-30
Upon re-review of the MRI by the radiology team and chief surgeon for dance medicine at the sport and dance medicine institution, it was felt that the injury to the proximal hamstrings was a bony avulsion with minimal displacement, as opposed to strictly a soft tissue avulsion.
Type of TDI: Hard dental tissue and pulp injuries (enamel fracture, enamel/dentin fracture, enamel/dentin/pulp fracture, root fracture, crown/root fracture, and crown/ root/pulp fracture); periodontal tissue injuries (subluxation, intrusive luxation, extrusive luxation, lateral luxation and avulsion).
Brachial plexus avulsion injury (BPAI) represents one of the most devastating injuries of the upper extremity, and nerve transfer is the most frequently used method in restoring upper limb function for such serious lesion.
Among dental traumas tooth avulsion has a prevalence from 0.5 to 16% in permanent dentition (2-5), and it is defined as the complete displacement of the tooth out of its socket with disruption of the fibers of periodontal ligament, remaining some of them adhered to the cementum and the rest to the alveolar bone (6).
In 1995, Shapshay et al reported the feasibility of endoscopic repair of large mucosal avulsions in live dog larynges.