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  • Ulnar Nerve Entrapment

    upper limb G56.12 …… left upper limb G56.13 …… bilateral upper limbs G56.2 Lesion of ulnar nerve G56.20 …… unspecified upper limb G56.21 …… right upper limb G56.22 …… left[] INTRODUCTION: We propose our surgical experience and the decisional algorithm we use to select the surgical procedure for the ulnar nerve entrapment at the elbow according[] Symptoms of Numb Pinky Finger Ever hit your funny bone? That tingling, numbness, and pain in the little finger, ring finger, and elbow are the symptoms we’re addressing.[] The distal-to-proximal reduction in the amplitude of the potentials was 6% on the left and 4.2% on the right.[] Nerve conduction studies are recommended in clinically doubtful cases to localise the entrapment to the elbow region.[] We describe two cases of Guyon's canal syndrome and discuss the anatomy, aetiology, clinical features, anatomical classification, diagnostic criteria and treatment.[] The etiologies of ulnar nerve compression include soft-tissue tumors; repetitive or acute trauma; the presence of anomalous muscles and fibrous bands; arthritic, synovial,[] Our cadaveric study shows the feasibility of an US-guided percutaneous surgical release for ulnar nerve entrapment. Copyright 2014 Elsevier Masson SAS.[] Patients may complain of paresthesia along the ring (fourth) and small (fifth) fingers, with difficulty of hand grip.[] […] in cubital tunnel surgery. [ 14 ] Use of a vascularised adipose sling to secure the ulnar nerve during anterior subcutaneous transposition is also being explored. [ 15 ] Autologous[]

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  • Ulnar Neuropathy

    Upper extremity mononeuropathies are some of the common disorders seen in neurophysiology laboratories.[] All 20 patients who had carpal tunnel symptoms after operation had similar symptoms within 5 yr before their surgical procedures.[] […] trigger finger.[] […] ulnar nerve R guyons canal syndrome Right tardy ulnar nerve palsy Right ulnar nerve entrapment Right ulnar nerve lesion Right ulnar nerve palsy, tardy Right ulnar nerve syndrome[] Electromyographic studies demonstrated a localized nerve conduction block in the left elbow region.[] Magnetic resonance imaging is a useful method in the anatomical evaluation of acute focal neuropathies.[] Specifically, deep tissue massage to the triceps, myofascial release for the upper arm connective tissue, and cross-fiber friction to the triceps tendon.[] Some medications can be effective, and many patients receive short term benefit from percutaneous Botox injections.[] It primarily affects the ring and little fingers.[] […] in cubital tunnel surgery. [ 14 ] Use of a vascularised adipose sling to secure the ulnar nerve during anterior subcutaneous transposition is also being explored. [ 15 ] Autologous[]

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  • Patulous Eustachian Tube

    […] increased in frequency and duration with time (65%), were exacerbated with exercise (27%), and improved with placing the head in a dependent position (65%), sniffing (28%), upper[] OBJECTIVES: Patulous Eustachian tube (PET) is a challenging clinical problem with limited medical and surgical options.[] Every morning when I wake I have to resist the urge to "pop" my ear to counteract this feeling (I would hold my nose, stick finger deep into my ear and very gently blow!).[] […] ear), a diagnosis of patulous eustachian tube was made, more severe in the right ear than the left.[] This threshold elevation was significantly greater, particularly in the lower-frequency region, in ears with patulous ET and was decreased to the normal range after obstructive[] CONCLUSION: For the first time, we were able to obtain clear reconstructed images of the patulous ET and its surrounding structure and to study its anatomical features.[] For each intervention, 0.8 to 2 mL of injectable soft-tissue bulking agent was used. RESULTS: In nine patients, more than one procedure was necessary.[] Abstract OBJECTIVE: To report a case of patulous eustachian tube which occurred after percutaneous balloon microcompression of the Gasserian ganglion.[] […] about etiology include events such as pregnancy, gaining too much weight, losing too much weight, being in a noisy environment, sinus or nasal infection, loss of luminal fat ring[] Autologous tragal cartilage was harvested, and chopped into fine pieces to allow its injection using a 1 cc Bruening syringe.[]

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  • Epicondylitis

    OTHER UPPER BODY: Tennis Elbow: Lateral and Medial Epicondylitis What is Tennis Elbow ?[] CONCLUSION: Arthroscopic surgical treatment for medial epicondylitis of the elbow exhibits good outcomes and is safe and effective.[] Simultaneous stretching of the fingers in addition to the wrist flexion has also been applied.[] CM Codes › M00-M99 Diseases of the musculoskeletal system and connective tissue › M70-M79 Other soft tissue disorders › M77- Other enthesopathies › Lateral epicondylitis, right[] Treatment Providing rest to the region by immobilization is the first step of treating epicondylitis.[] […] have applications in assessing soft tissue lesions.[] US-guided percutaneous drilling is a quick and safe treatment option for LE.[] CONCLUSIONS: This study demonstrates the beneficial effects of autologous proliferative therapies in the treatment of lateral epicondylitis.[] Important information Legal Disclaimer Statements regarding dietary supplements have not been evaluated by the FDA and are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent[] Medical Disclaimer[]

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  • Radiculopathy

    Centre, Shimla, Himachal Pradesh, India. [email protected] Abstract This report describes the case of an elderly gentleman who presented with sudden onset bilateral upper[] There are three surgical procedures commonly performed to treat cervical radiculopathy.[] It controls feeling and sensation in the thumb, index finger, middle finger and part of the ring finger.[] A 67-year-old male presented with a chief complaint of back pain radiating to the right of the abdomen.[] region M54.12 …… cervical region M54.13 …… cervicothoracic region M54.14 …… thoracic region M54.15 …… thoracolumbar region M54.17 …… lumbosacral region M54.18 …… sacral and[] Athletic trainers and physicians need to be aware of the anatomic variations of the brachial plexus when evaluating and caring for patients with suspected brachial plexus[] Interestingly, artificial and squared atrophy of the skin and subcutaneous tissue, thought to correspond to the radiation fields, were observed in the lower back, and electromyography[] OBJECTIVE: Percutaneous endoscopic surgery is increasingly used as an alternative to open microsurgery for treating lumbar spinal diseases.[] Olmarker K, Rydevik BL, Nordborg C (1993) Autologous nucleus pulposus induces neurophysiologic and histologic changes in porcine cauda equina nerve roots.[] Muscle relaxants can be used as supplemental treatment.[]

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  • Tracheal Stenosis

    METHODS: The study was conducted on 35 consecutive patients of grade III and IV upper tracheal stenosis with or without subglottic involvement.[] […] requiring surgery, and the evolution of surgical techniques over the last years.[] […] ventilation Risk: Moderate good mask seal no obstruction no tongue edema obesity advanced age many missing teeth moderate airway pressures Intubation Risk: Moderate Gestalt 3 finger[] Abstract The right-sided aorta is a rare congenital abnormality of the cardiovascular system encountered in 0.05-0.1% of cases during roentgenological examinations and in[] METHODS: Stenosis calculation is based on the comparison of the region delimited by the lumen in an obstructed frame and the region delimited by the first visible ring in[] Abstract Anesthetic care of the morbidly obese is complex due to anatomic and physiologic alterations. Airway management in particular can be challenging.[] Tissue Eng Part A. 2014 Jan;20(1-2):389-97. doi: 10.1089/ten.TEA.2012.0514. Epub 2013 Oct 12.[] Abstract Percutaneous tracheostomy is an efficient technique used in intensive care units. Although a safe procedure, serious early and late complications can occur.[] Saturation improved on oxygen supplementation. A provisional diagnosis of post-intubation tracheal stenosis was made.[] Medical indicator data analysis was performed.[]

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  • Atrial Septal Defect 9

    Typically, an atrial septal defect results in blood going from the left upper chamber of the heart to the right upper chamber known as shunting of blood.[] The surgical mortality rate increases with increasing age and pulmonary artery pressures.[] Our hero heart surgeon told us he had to massage her heart with one finger as it was smaller than a walnut. I asked if I could hug him.[] right atrium caused.[] Assessment of ventricular function Left ventricular systolic function - ejection fraction calculation using Simpson's method [Figure 5] and observing for the presence of any regional[] The polyester material of the ASO promotes tissue in-growth and occlusion, also one of the advantages of the ASO is that it can be easily recaptured and redeployed.[] Hijazi CRC Press , 20.03.2007 - 672 Seiten Percutaneous Interventions for Congenital Heart Disease is written for pediatric cardiologists specializing in interventional cardiology[] […] atresia Pulmonary valve stenosis Tetralogy of Fallot Total anomalous pulmonary venous return Transposition of the great vessels Tricuspid atresia Truncus arteriosus Vascular ring[] […] benefit. 2,9 ECG gated multislice CT appears to be a promising tool in exploring cardiac morphological abnormalities and has been described recently in a case of SVD as a supplement[] […] the severity of heart failure with medical treatment.[]

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  • Lymphatic Malformation

    Abstract An 18-year-old African American male with a history of congenital lymphedema of the right upper extremity presented for evaluation of multiple verrucous lesions on[] Milano, Milan †Division of Maxillofacial Surgery, Department of Neurosciences, Reproductive and Odontostomatological Sciences, University of Naples "Federico II," Naples ‡Surgical[] Lymphatic malformations can cause the enlargement of any part of the body, including the lip, cheek, ear, tongue, limb, finger or toe.[] We report the case of a 7-year-old boy who presented with an LM of the cervicofacial region causing airway compression.[] Abstract Airway obstruction in children has a wide differential diagnosis that includes laryngomalacia, infectious processes, paralysis, extrinsic compression, and other rare anatomic[] Radiofrequency tissue volume reduction (RTVR) is used for the treatment of sleep-disordered breathing and other areas of surgery.[] We report a case of a 24-year-old woman who underwent percutaneous drainage and povidone-iodine sclerotherapy as primary treatment for cervical lymphatic malformation.[] […] administration of contrast material, the lesion or lymphaticbirthmark may show mild enhancement of the septae and walls, which creates a characteristic enhancement pattern (rings[] […] by bypassing the obstruction in the lymphatic pathway and directing the flow of lymph into the veins (MLVA) or, in the case of an associated venous pathology, by using an autologous[] Zinc is an element involved in numerous aspects of cellular metabolism and is a common dietary supplement and cold remedy.[]

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  • Liposarcoma

    The first patient was referred to our hospital with upper abdominal discomfort. The endoscopic examination revealed a tumor mass about 3 cm in diameter.[] procedure is recommended.[] […] and they are only very rarely greater than 10cm in size. 4a 4b Figure 4: T1 and FSE T2-weighted sagittal images in a 63 year-old with swelling palmar to the index and long fingers[] […] wall and right breast.[] We present a case of liposarcoma of the skull base originating in the scapular region and metastasizing to the sellar and parasellar regions and provide a review of the pertinent[] […] occasion to review the published literature and emphasise the followings concepts: 1) Despite extensive surgery remains the mainstay of treatment for localized STS at present, anatomical[] Slide Details for Array Tissue Adipose Tissue Condition Diseased Notes Tissue sections were mounted on silane coated glass slides from each batch one of the tissue section[] CASE PRESENTATION: A 41-year-old Turkish man was treated with radiofrequency tumor ablation and percutaneous vertebral augmentation for spinal metastasis.[] […] surgical treatment should include a wide resection around the inguinal canal, with removal of the spermatic cord and the surrounding soft tissue deep to the internal inguinal ring[] He had previously undergone ex vivo tumor resection and autologous orthotopic liver transplantation for a retroperitoneal tumor 4 years earlier.[]

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  • Spinal Trauma

    The prevalence of upper cervical injuries and spinal cord injuries is greater.[] Decompression fusion – This is a surgical procedure that includes both decompression and fusion.[] C7 Sensory to second finger; motor to wrist flexors, finger extensors, triceps, triceps tendon reflex. Primary root in finger extension, exits between C6–C7 discs.[] He complained of severe low-back pain and right lower limb paralysis. Neurological examination showed a complete right L5 deficit.[] Recognition of soft tissue injuries impacts patient management and outcome. Back To Top[] In trauma this includes the use of percutaneous spinal fracture fixation and expandable corpectomy cages.[] […] may last anywhere from a few seconds to minutes State of confusion or disorientation Nausea or vomiting Difficulty sleeping Fatigue or drowsiness Headache Blurred vision Ringing[] "Clinical outcome of autologous mononuclear cells transplantation for spinal cord injury: a systematic review and meta-analysis" .[] Wilson Specialties: Spine, Trauma Cost: With SANS Supplemental Exam: 465; 315 for Nurse/NP/PA; 140 for Resident/Med Student Without SANS Supplemental Exam: 450; 300 for Nurse[] However, simple fragility fractures of the thoracic and lumbar spine can be treated with a brace and/or pain medications.[]

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