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Orthopaedics: General
Explain a good approach in helping dev…
What features would you see in a Pt pr…
What features would you see in a Pt pr…
What features would you see in a Pt pr…
Visceral or potential life-threatening disease?... What is the p…
Pain increased with activity... Eases with rest... Well in general…
Boggy swelling and redness of joints... Symmetric involvmenet... Mo…
Localised boggy swelling, redness, warmth... Local morning stiff…
Explain a good approach in helping dev…
Visceral or potential life-threatening disease?... What is the p…
What features would you see in a Pt pr…
Pain increased with activity... Eases with rest... Well in general…
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UWORLD Micro: General Principles, Rheumatology/Orthopaedics, Renal
Fever, pharyngitis, lymphadenopathy (L…
MCC of UTI
2nd MCC of UTI, usually involving sexu…
MCC (2) of urethritis
EBV-induced mononucleosis
E. coli
Staph saprophyticus
N. gonorrhoeae... C. trachomatis
Fever, pharyngitis, lymphadenopathy (L…
EBV-induced mononucleosis
MCC of UTI
E. coli
22 terms
Orthopaedics
General Ortho Problems
Ortho Procedures
New Patient or New complaints
F/u visits
Bones: Fracture... Joints: Effusions, Infections, Dislocations... M…
Injections: Steroid Injections (Betamethasone/Kenalog/Lidocai…
Full detailed HPI, PMSHx, thorough PEx. ... A/P: Non-surgical vs…
Brief HPI - overview of previous tx and current sx. ... F/u for…
General Ortho Problems
Bones: Fracture... Joints: Effusions, Infections, Dislocations... M…
Ortho Procedures
Injections: Steroid Injections (Betamethasone/Kenalog/Lidocai…
44 terms
Orthopaedics
orthopaedics
bone
2 types of cartilage
hyaline cartilage
focuses on injuries and disease of musculoskeletal system
structural framework... locomotion... protection... calcium... marrow-ste…
hyaline, fibro
covers ends of bones... smooth articulating surfaces
orthopaedics
focuses on injuries and disease of musculoskeletal system
bone
structural framework... locomotion... protection... calcium... marrow-ste…
36 terms
Orthopaedics
Orthopaedics
Bone
Cartilage
Tendons
focuses on muscoskeletal system
1.Structural framework... 2.locomotion... 2.protection
Hyaline-covers ends of bones... Fibro- tensile strength and supp…
muscle to bone
Orthopaedics
focuses on muscoskeletal system
Bone
1.Structural framework... 2.locomotion... 2.protection
32 terms
Orthopaedics
Long bone parts
What are the risk factors for DDH?
Positive Barlow's test?
Positive Ortolani's test?
Female gender... Breech position... Family history... Oligohydramnios
When a dislocatable hip is dislocated by adduction and depres…
When a dislocated hip is reduced by elevation and abduction o…
Long bone parts
What are the risk factors for DDH?
Female gender... Breech position... Family history... Oligohydramnios
Orthopaedics
Trendelenberg gait
Tabes dorsalis
Ataxic gait
Radiological appearance of OA
Proximal muscle weakness causing the pelvis on the opposing s…
A progressive degeneration of the spinal nerves associated wi…
Broad based seen in cerebellar lesion, Ms and brain injury
Loss of joint space... Osteophytes... Subcondral cysts... Sclerosis
Trendelenberg gait
Proximal muscle weakness causing the pelvis on the opposing s…
Tabes dorsalis
A progressive degeneration of the spinal nerves associated wi…
51 terms
Orthopaedics
cervical spine exam
spurlings test
hoffman's reflex
radiculopathy
expose all cervical to T1... palpate ... neuro exam
for pain in the arm ... flex head towards pain ... gently push head…
demonstrates upper motor neuron function ... pop middle finger u…
compression of a nerve root ... lower motor neuron ... usually unil…
cervical spine exam
expose all cervical to T1... palpate ... neuro exam
spurlings test
for pain in the arm ... flex head towards pain ... gently push head…
76 terms
Orthopaedics
Condition with uneven gluteal folds an…
What types of pain might hip pathology…
Around age 6, insidious development of…
Chubby or lanky boy, around age 13 com…
Developmental dysplasia of the hip.... Treatment is abduction s…
hip pain, or knee pain
Legg-Calve-Perthes disease, aka avascular necrosis of the cap…
Slipped capital femoral epiphyses... X-rays are diagnostic... Sur…
Condition with uneven gluteal folds an…
Developmental dysplasia of the hip.... Treatment is abduction s…
What types of pain might hip pathology…
hip pain, or knee pain
Orthopaedics
Pathology
Impairment
Functional limitations
Disability
refers to any diagnosed disease, injury, disorder, or abnorma…
can be defined as any loss or abnormality of anatomical, phys…
are restrictions in performing expected basic physical and me…
may be defined as difficulty in the performance of social rol…
Pathology
refers to any diagnosed disease, injury, disorder, or abnorma…
Impairment
can be defined as any loss or abnormality of anatomical, phys…
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orthopaedics
what is orthopaedics
function of the musculoskeletal system
what is in the musculoskeletal system
bone
medical specialty that focuses on injuries and diseases of yo…
provides stability, protection, and locomotion
bones, joints, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, muscles, and ne…
structural framework and levers for locomotion, marrow create…
what is orthopaedics
medical specialty that focuses on injuries and diseases of yo…
function of the musculoskeletal system
provides stability, protection, and locomotion
23 terms
Orthopaedics
Format for performing an orthopaedic e…
What are the muscles of the rotator cu…
What causes winging of the scapula?
What are the physiological steps of fr…
Look... Feel ... Move... X-Ray
Supraspinatus... Infraspinatus... Subscapularis... Teres Minor
Damage to long thoracic nerve (C5, 6, 7) which supplies serra…
1. Inflammation reaction... 2. Proliferative... 3. Callus formation…
Format for performing an orthopaedic e…
Look... Feel ... Move... X-Ray
What are the muscles of the rotator cu…
Supraspinatus... Infraspinatus... Subscapularis... Teres Minor
Surgery Orthopaedics
coumadin is bridged with ___ pre/post…
pre-op antibiotics are given within __…
T/F? no indication for prophylactic PO…
post-op DVT prophylaxis
lovenox
1 hr... cefazolin (ancef)... order looks like...1g ansef IV OCTOR…
T
SCDs... TED hose... anticoagulants... -coumadin (daily pill, requires…
coumadin is bridged with ___ pre/post…
lovenox
pre-op antibiotics are given within __…
1 hr... cefazolin (ancef)... order looks like...1g ansef IV OCTOR…
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Chapter 37 Orthopaedic Trauma
Evaluation of Distal Circulation Sensa…
A&P Orthopaedic Trauma
Pathophysiology Orthopaedic Trauma
Assessment of Orthopaedic Injury
-Evaluation of distal CMS is critical upon initial evaluation…
-Axial Skeleton: Skull; spine (7:12:5:5:4); shoulder girdle (…
-Fracture Classification: Angulation (ends no longer aligned)…
-Simplest way to assess an extremity is to compare it to the…
Evaluation of Distal Circulation Sensa…
-Evaluation of distal CMS is critical upon initial evaluation…
A&P Orthopaedic Trauma
-Axial Skeleton: Skull; spine (7:12:5:5:4); shoulder girdle (…
6 terms
Orthopaedics - Nerve tension tests
Clean Hands
Introduce/consent
MEDIAN NERVE... 10 things
ULNAR NERVE... 9 Things
...
...
Patient Supine, ... Depress shoulder,... Abduct arm to 90 degrees,…
Patient supine with shoulder off bench and lying angled acros…
Clean Hands
...
Introduce/consent
...
36 terms
approach to orthopaedics
Ortho Categorizations
General Orthopaedics
Main Principle of Ortho
Sports Medicine
General Orthopaedics... -Trauma... -Fractures... -Dislocations... -Arthri…
Principles... Acute conditions... -Trauma... -Infection... -R/O possible…
Restore musculoskeletal function by omitting or reducing pain…
Orthopedists incorporate athletic trainers, physical therapis…
Ortho Categorizations
General Orthopaedics... -Trauma... -Fractures... -Dislocations... -Arthri…
General Orthopaedics
Principles... Acute conditions... -Trauma... -Infection... -R/O possible…
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Extra BioE- Orthopaedics
what is orthopaedics
bone
cartilage
tendons
medical specialty that focuses on injuries and diseases of th…
structural framework and levers for locomotion; protection an…
hyaline- covers the ends of bones to form smooth articulating…
connection between bone and muscle allowing for the transmiss…
what is orthopaedics
medical specialty that focuses on injuries and diseases of th…
bone
structural framework and levers for locomotion; protection an…
Orthopaedics I
Functions of the musculoskeletal system
Bone cells (3 types)
Bone
Joints
-Support... -protection of internal organs... -blood cell productio…
-osteoblasts; make new bone (ossification)... -osteoclasts; brea…
Special kind of connective tissue... -cortical (compact) hard bo…
place where two ends of bone come together, they are covered…
Functions of the musculoskeletal system
-Support... -protection of internal organs... -blood cell productio…
Bone cells (3 types)
-osteoblasts; make new bone (ossification)... -osteoclasts; brea…
23 terms
Bioe 2010: Orthopaedics
What is Orthopaedics?
Bone
Cartilage
Tendons
Orthopaedics is the medical specialty that focuses on injurie…
Structural framework and levers for locomotion.... Protection an…
Hyaline - covers the ends of bones to form smooth articulatin…
Connection between bone and muscle allowing for the transmiss…
What is Orthopaedics?
Orthopaedics is the medical specialty that focuses on injurie…
Bone
Structural framework and levers for locomotion.... Protection an…
12 terms
PHTY206 - Physiotherapy in orthopaedics WK6
Define orthopaedic physiotherapy
Why have orthopaedic surgery
Assessment of the orthopaedic inpatient
Preparation
Orthopaedic physiotherapy is the branch of physiotherapy rela…
- degenerative disease (OA)... - trauma (fractures, dislocations…
Preparation: interpretation and planning... Subjective examinati…
Prepare to assess by... - medical chart/clinical pathway: obtain…
Define orthopaedic physiotherapy
Orthopaedic physiotherapy is the branch of physiotherapy rela…
Why have orthopaedic surgery
- degenerative disease (OA)... - trauma (fractures, dislocations…
muscoskeletal / orthopaedics
1. What are the pathophysiological cha…
2. What is the pathophysiology of oste…
3. What are the two medications that m…
4. Discuss the implications of co-morb…
- decreased bone mass and density... - muscle atrophy (decreased…
occurs when there is an imbalance between new bone formation…
- corticosteroids i.e cortisone, prednisone ... - Proton Pump I…
- Menopause and loss of estrogens accelerates bone loss ... - HR…
1. What are the pathophysiological cha…
- decreased bone mass and density... - muscle atrophy (decreased…
2. What is the pathophysiology of oste…
occurs when there is an imbalance between new bone formation…
97 terms
Orthopaedics Year 5
REFER TO: 10 station cases with white…
1. General
Q: Compartment syndrome: "write short…
Compartment syndrome: symptoms and sig…
Before CCT
Fractures and compartment syndrome... Avascular necrosis... OA... Sept…
Symptoms and signs... Causes... Mechanism... Complications... Investigati…
Features (6Ps):... - Pain, pallor and cold, pulselessness... - Pare…
REFER TO: 10 station cases with white…
Before CCT
1. General
Fractures and compartment syndrome... Avascular necrosis... OA... Sept…
32 terms
ORTHOPAEDICS & RHEUMATOLOGY - LOW BACK PAIN
TRIAGE
Risk Factors for Developing Chronic Lo…
NON-SPECIFIC LBP - OVERVIEW
SERIOUS SPINAL PATHOLOGY - OVERVIEW
-Non-Specific... -With Neurological Involvement... -Serious Patholo…
-NRS < 7... -Widespread Neurological Involvement... -Multiple Episo…
-25-55 Years at presentation... -Patient generally looks well... -P…
-Age at Presentation <20, onset >55... -Constant, Progressive, N…
TRIAGE
-Non-Specific... -With Neurological Involvement... -Serious Patholo…
Risk Factors for Developing Chronic Lo…
-NRS < 7... -Widespread Neurological Involvement... -Multiple Episo…
26 terms
Physiotherapy in orthopaedics
What are some reasons for orthopaedic…
Who makes up the orthopaedic team?
What are the components of the orthopa…
What information should be assessed in…
degenerative disease (OA), trauma, pain, reconstruction, path…
patient, family, carers, doctors, pain team, nursing, support…
preparation, subjective examination, objective examination, t…
history presenting condition (op report, post op orders, prot…
What are some reasons for orthopaedic…
degenerative disease (OA), trauma, pain, reconstruction, path…
Who makes up the orthopaedic team?
patient, family, carers, doctors, pain team, nursing, support…
orthopaedics exam 1
Osteoarthritis that develops without a…
Osteoarthritis that develops as a resu…
Arthritis that has symmetric involveme…
Rheumatoid arthritis is primarily foun…
Primary osteoarthritis
Secondary osteoarthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
hands, wrist, feet and ankles
Osteoarthritis that develops without a…
Primary osteoarthritis
Osteoarthritis that develops as a resu…
Secondary osteoarthritis
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Orthopaedics Final MB
Topics in Year 5 orthopaedics seminars
*Definitions of PE ROM... - Supination an…
*Definitions of anatomy, fracture/disl…
*Definitions of ortho management... - Red…
1. Acute conditions... 2. General conditions... 3. Paediatric condi…
1. Supination: palm facing up... 2. Pronation: palm facing down…
1. Diaphysis: shaft of long bone... 2. Metaphysis: flared/tapere…
1. Reduction: restoring alignment of bone (fracture) or joint…
Topics in Year 5 orthopaedics seminars
1. Acute conditions... 2. General conditions... 3. Paediatric condi…
*Definitions of PE ROM... - Supination an…
1. Supination: palm facing up... 2. Pronation: palm facing down…
13 terms
Musculoskeletal and Orthopaedics
What are the pathophysiological change…
What is the pathophysiology of osteopo…
What are the two medications that may…
Discuss the implications of co-morbidi…
- ↓ bone mass and density... - ↓ fluidity ... - Mineral deposits ch…
...
- Corticosteroids (i.e. cortisone, prednisone)... - Thyroid horm…
...
What are the pathophysiological change…
- ↓ bone mass and density... - ↓ fluidity ... - Mineral deposits ch…
What is the pathophysiology of osteopo…
...
General Ortho Joint Mobs Principles
Joint Mobilization Goals
Kaltenborn
Maitland
Contraindications or Joint Mobilization
Restore joint play by normalizing the roll-gliding that occur…
Traction and Oscillations... Grade 1: "just enough to bend a fle…
(Always do a Kaltenborn 1 first)... Oscillations... Grade I: first…
-Pathological changes due to Neoplasm, Inflammation, Infectio…
Joint Mobilization Goals
Restore joint play by normalizing the roll-gliding that occur…
Kaltenborn
Traction and Oscillations... Grade 1: "just enough to bend a fle…
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Equine Orthopaedics
LECTURE 1: DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES
What information should you take on th…
Information on the lameness?
Give the general physical exam layout
LECTURE 1
- signalment... - use or intended use... - duration of ownership... -…
Ask the owner to describe the reason for presentation of the…
At rest it logically falls into 2 stages (should examine the…
LECTURE 1: DIAGNOSTIC TECHNIQUES
LECTURE 1
What information should you take on th…
- signalment... - use or intended use... - duration of ownership... -…
26 terms
L99 Foal orthopaedics
What are the two most common orthopaed…
There are two general types of limb de…
There are two forms of angular limb de…
Angular limb deformities in the foal:…
Limb deformities and septic arthritis/ osteomyelitis
Angular limb deformities and flexural deformities
Valgus (lateral deviation from the joint) pictured ... Varus (…
Valgus (lateral)
What are the two most common orthopaed…
Limb deformities and septic arthritis/ osteomyelitis
There are two general types of limb de…
Angular limb deformities and flexural deformities
16 terms
Functional Assessment in the UE Orthopaedics
First true standardized/functional tes…
Functional test were more objective in…
Functional test became computerized in…
Types of methods of functional evaluat…
1960
1970
1980
Questionnaire: to be used as screening or to add data to your…
First true standardized/functional tes…
1960
Functional test were more objective in…
1970
Orthopaedic Surgery
Purpose for Orthopaedic Surgery
Material in joints:
Cortical
Cancellous
To repair, revise, reconstruct, reattach, or remove almost an…
--Fibrous... --Cartilangenous... --Synovial
Screws have threads that... Are closer together and... narrower. T…
Threads are broader and farther apart. . Bone accumulates wit…
Purpose for Orthopaedic Surgery
To repair, revise, reconstruct, reattach, or remove almost an…
Material in joints:
--Fibrous... --Cartilangenous... --Synovial
83 terms
Surgery ppt 2 Orthopaedic examination
Competency-Based Objectives
Orthopaedic History
Orthopaedic Conditions Acquired
General Medical History
Patient care - focused history and exam... Professionalism - re…
An adequate history is essential before the patient is examin…
Trauma — soft tissue, fracture and dislocation ... Infection — a…
Identifying data: name, age, address, occupation ... Presenting…
Competency-Based Objectives
Patient care - focused history and exam... Professionalism - re…
Orthopaedic History
An adequate history is essential before the patient is examin…
35 terms
material properties
stress units
toughness
load relaxation
hysteresis (energy dissipation)
Pascal's (Pa) or N/m2
amount of energy per volume a material can absorb before fail…
decrease in applied stress under conditions of constant strain
characteristic of viseoelastic materials where the loading cu…
stress units
Pascal's (Pa) or N/m2
toughness
amount of energy per volume a material can absorb before fail…
100 terms
NRSG-572 FNP II Midterm Pediatric Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
Why are children more vulnerable to or…
Children's Bones: Physis
Children's Bones: Apophysis
Children's Bones: Thicker Periosteum
Anatomical differences... -Rapid periods of growth... -Different bo…
Vulerable
Where tendons connect to bones... Can become inflamed... Can avulse
Greenstick fx... Faster healing
Why are children more vulnerable to or…
Anatomical differences... -Rapid periods of growth... -Different bo…
Children's Bones: Physis
Vulerable
34 terms
Orthopaedics sem 1 exam
What suggests x-ray in knee injury wit…
What is the "female athletic triad"?
Fracture of the subcapital might risk…
At what age is Perthes more common?
Any of these:... - Older than 55 yoa... - Isolated tenderness to p…
Amenorrhea, eating disorders and osteopeania
Avascular necrosis
4-8
What suggests x-ray in knee injury wit…
Any of these:... - Older than 55 yoa... - Isolated tenderness to p…
What is the "female athletic triad"?
Amenorrhea, eating disorders and osteopeania
Year 2 - Orthopaedics - Upper limb nerve entrapment
Why is the peripheral nervous system s…
What causes tunnel syndromes?
What can cause entrapment?
What sort of damage can cause tunnel s…
- Neurovascular components pass through narrow anatomical spa…
- Mechanical aetiology eg compression, adhesion, blunt trauma…
- Repetitive movement
- Tumour, infection, metabolic toxic or anatomical
Why is the peripheral nervous system s…
- Neurovascular components pass through narrow anatomical spa…
What causes tunnel syndromes?
- Mechanical aetiology eg compression, adhesion, blunt trauma…
Orthopaedics OSCE Examination Questions
List the feature and causes of an anta…
List the feature and causes (4) of a T…
List 6 features of a Parkinsonian gait…
List 2 features of a sensory ataxic ga…
Less time spent on painful limb... Pathology or pain in hip, kne…
Waddling gait... Hip abductor weakness (root lesion, nerve lesio…
Hesitation, shuffling, loss of arm swing, hurried steps, fest…
Broad-based, looking at feet... Sensory peripheral neuropathy, d…
List the feature and causes of an anta…
Less time spent on painful limb... Pathology or pain in hip, kne…
List the feature and causes (4) of a T…
Waddling gait... Hip abductor weakness (root lesion, nerve lesio…
intermediate Ⅳ October
awake
surgeon
plaster cast
diagnose
buddhist memorial serves
a doctor who performs operations on patients
gips
To distinguish, as a disease, by its characteristic phenomena.
awake
buddhist memorial serves
surgeon
a doctor who performs operations on patients
10 terms
Myotomes
C5
C6
C7
C8
deltoid and bicep
wrist extensors
triceps
finger flexors
C5
deltoid and bicep
C6
wrist extensors
Paediatric Orthopaedics
Do children fit a general guide?
What term is used to describe when the…
What term is used to describe when the…
What is the management for a child wit…
Large variation during growth, focus on Function > Form
Valgas
Varus
Physiological, leave them be. Will straighten with age
Do children fit a general guide?
Large variation during growth, focus on Function > Form
What term is used to describe when the…
Valgas
51 terms
Orthopaedics from textbook Essentials of Musculoskeletal Care (3rd Edition)
Describe the pain associated with burs…
When evaluating a patient in orthopaed…
People talk about aches and pains in l…
Providers are told to be on the watch…
Localized pain exacerbated with specific movements (such as t…
Osteoporosis. Most osteoporosis is primary, opposed to second…
4th decade (40s). Always consider the age of the patient when…
Spouse, elderly
Describe the pain associated with burs…
Localized pain exacerbated with specific movements (such as t…
When evaluating a patient in orthopaed…
Osteoporosis. Most osteoporosis is primary, opposed to second…
Diagnosis Practical Winter 2016
Orthopaedic examination of the ankle &…
Orthopaedic examination of the knee
Orthopaedic examination of the hip, bu…
Orthopaedic examination of the low bac…
Patient standing... Observation & posture... Gait... Palpation... Ankle p…
Patient standing... Observation & posture... Gait... Palpation... AROM (e…
Patient Standing... Observation & posture... Gait... Active hip ROM... Pa…
Patient Standing... Observation & posture... Gait... AROM... Fingertip-to…
Orthopaedic examination of the ankle &…
Patient standing... Observation & posture... Gait... Palpation... Ankle p…
Orthopaedic examination of the knee
Patient standing... Observation & posture... Gait... Palpation... AROM (e…
Chapter 29- Orthopaedic Injuries
Dislocation
Fracture
Subluxation
Fracture-dislocation
=is a disruption of a joint in which the bone ends are no lon…
= broken bone
=is similar except the disruption of the joints is not complete
=is a combination injury at the joint
Dislocation
=is a disruption of a joint in which the bone ends are no lon…
Fracture
= broken bone
14 terms
Specialists treating medical conditions (Week 8)
General Practitioner/physician
Surgeon
Cardiologist
Orthopaedics
This is a doctor who does not specialize in one particular ar…
This is a doctor who specializes in the types of medical trea…
This is a doctor who specializes in dealing with disorders of…
This is a doctor who specializes in dealing with injuries or…
General Practitioner/physician
This is a doctor who does not specialize in one particular ar…
Surgeon
This is a doctor who specializes in the types of medical trea…
Orthopaedics: Surgery outcomes and complications
What is the most common cause of failu…
How does aseptic joint loosening prese…
What are risk factors for aseptic join…
What is the radiographic signs in asep…
Aseptic joint loosening
renewed pain months or years after initially gaining pain rel…
-under 55years (young)... -male... -obese
increased radiolucency around the implant where it is coming…
What is the most common cause of failu…
Aseptic joint loosening
How does aseptic joint loosening prese…
renewed pain months or years after initially gaining pain rel…
8 terms
ICD-10 Ortho
Osteoarthritis
Colles' fx
Spondylopathy
Clinical condition
Onset... Risk factors... Location... Associated Sx
Type: E.g. open/closed... Location: Laterality. ... Episode: e.g. i…
Type... Onset... Severity... Location... Associated Sx
General name of a disease e.g. HTN, Fx
Osteoarthritis
Onset... Risk factors... Location... Associated Sx
Colles' fx
Type: E.g. open/closed... Location: Laterality. ... Episode: e.g. i…
45 terms
Small Animal Orthopaedics 8
What type of fracture are young animal…
What type of fracture are springers pr…
What type of fractures are greyhounds/…
Which fractures are toy breeds prone to?
physeal (growth plate) fractures
humoral condylar fractures
tibial tuberosity avulsions
radial and ulnar fractures
What type of fracture are young animal…
physeal (growth plate) fractures
What type of fracture are springers pr…
humoral condylar fractures
8 terms
Health problems and doctors
you break your arm
you don't feel well
you have a stiff neck
you have bad acne
an orthopaedic surgeon
general practitioner (GP)
chiropractor
dermatologist
you break your arm
an orthopaedic surgeon
you don't feel well
general practitioner (GP)
41 terms
Rheumatology and orthopaedics
How would you describe the rash associ…
What drugs should you not prescribe to…
What are the generic skin manifestatio…
What is the relevance of HLA-B27?
Malar rash (butterfly is not sufficient to write in medical n…
Trimethoprim and cotrimoxazole. Increases risk of marrow apla…
. Purpuric skin rash... . Nail fold infarcts
Associated with ankylosing spondylitis and other spongyloarth…
How would you describe the rash associ…
Malar rash (butterfly is not sufficient to write in medical n…
What drugs should you not prescribe to…
Trimethoprim and cotrimoxazole. Increases risk of marrow apla…
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