A biomechanical analysis of a tensioned suture device in the fixation of the ligamentous
the clinical efficacy and perioperative complications between the two groups were not significantly different) and minimized the destruction and damage of inherent bony and ligamentous
structures of the spine and muscle fascia tissues (i.
Although there are number of studies done world-wide depicting accuracy of MRI in meniscal and ligamentous
pathologies, however, data in our part is scarce and limited.
They propose that instability is determined more by ligamentous
injury as detected by computed tomography alignment criteria and magnetic resonance imaging findings than on fracture morphology.
On clinical examination, cow was at or near term, as denoted by mammary changes and ligamentous
relaxation in pelvis.
A skilled DO can increase the rate of healing using hands-on diagnosis and any number of direct and indirect treatments (OMT), including myofascial unwinding, facilitated positional release, balanced ligamentous
tension release, visceral manipulation, muscle energy, Jones strain-counterstrain, high velocity/low amplitude, and lymphatic pumping/drainage treatments, as well as osteopathy in the cranial field.
Spinal Cord Injury without Radiographic Abnormalities (SCIWORA) was defined by Pang in 1982 as a disorder demonstrated by objective signs of myelopathywithout evidence of ligamentous
injury or fractures on X-Ray films or Computerized Tomographic (CT) Scan1.
Located just in front of the knee's outside collateral ligament, the newly identified ligamentous
structure acts to control internal tibial rotation, and therefore affects what is known among physicians and anatomical experts as the "pivot-shift phenomenon.
Instability and joint overload and even loss of balance, as a result of increased ligamentous
laxity, weight gain and changes postuares respectively, are some of the negative consequences suffered by the musculoskeletal system, while changes in respiratory requirements result in increased respiratory minute volume of 50%, leading to reduced pulmonary reserves and limiting the possibility of anaerobic exercises.
Radiography in the setting of isolated ligamentous
injury of the CCJ rarely yields an abnormality.
Each chapter in the section on clinical spine anatomy begins with key points, then covers bony anatomy, neural anatomy, vascular anatomy, and ligamentous
and muscular anatomy.
Stronger muscles, says Quinn, can compensate for ligamentous