Possible with the Solitary Use of High-Flexion Insert in Knee Replacement Preserving the Posterior Cruciate Ligament?
or hyperextension can cause the sutures to catch on the femur and possibly ruin the repair.
Carotid artery perfusion may be affected by hyperflexion
or poor alignment of the cervical spine.
Some authors supported that hyperextension stress7, hyperflexion
and compression stress9, or tangential force9 may be responsible for the occurrence of the trauma.
6), suggesting superior end plate marrow oedema from hyperflexion
The task demand was to achieve graded, smooth control of knee flexion and extension movements during full-body weight bearing and without abnormal knee hyperextension or hyperflexion
The present case describes a Great Dane female pup aged 8 weeks and weight 3.2kg presented with bilateral carpal hyperflexion
Flexion teardrop fractures occur due to compression of the anterior vertebral aspect due to sudden and forceful hyperflexion
. This is a highly unstable injury and is associated with significant ligamentous disruption.
The mechanism of injury is often a direct blow to the front of the lower leg in contact or a fall onto the knee causing hyperflexion
of the knee.
Had the nurses reassessed the need for hyperflexion
, injury to the patient could have been avoided.
(30) Trauma to the cervical spine may occur during tackling through vertex impacts and hyperflexion
. (25) Although the mechanism of cervical spine tackle injuries has not been substantially reported in rugby union, it has been proposed to be a result of hyperflexion
of the neck.