The mineral springs of Cauquenes burst forth on a line of dislocation
, crossing a mass of stratified rock, the whole of which betrays the action of heat.
Engineers typically manipulate the strength of metal through techniques such as cold working or annealing, which exert their effects through small, yet important, structural irregularities called dislocations
No inverted-pear glenoid patterns were found in primarily dislocated shoulders, while 15.3% of joints subject to chronic dislocations
demonstrated this configuration, which is associated with critical bone loss.
I first learnt about shoulder dislocations
in your last week's column.
Among major joint dislocations
in the entire body, glenohumeral joint dislocation
is the most common (1).
There were no significant differences in the IKDC score between male and female, first dislocations
and recurrent dislocations
, and ≤2 cm2 and >2 fractures in each group (all P > 0.05) [Figure 4].
The aim of the study is to evaluate the overall outcome, both subjective and objective, of Medial Patellofemoral Ligament (MPFL) reconstruction in cases of recurrent patellar dislocations
The most important diagnostic tools in the TMJ dislocations
are clinical history and examination.
Posterior sternoclavicular dislocations
(PSCDs) can be difficult to diagnose.
The Elastodynamics of the Spacetime Continuum (STCED) [6,7] provides such an explanation, based on dislocations
and disclinations in the spacetime continuum.
Traumatic lumbosacral dislocation
is a rare clinical entity, characterized by unilateral or bilateral facet dislocations
causing displacement at the level of the fifth lumbar vertebra in relation to the sacrum .