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112 Possible Causes for Lateral, meniscus, subdivision

  • Otitis Media

    Included studies were published in the 1960s to 1980s, therefore the investigators determined this to be an insufficient range for subdivision.[] KEYWORDS: acute otitis media; intracranial complication; lateral sinus thrombosis[] Tympanic membrane of a person with 12 hours of ear pain, slight tympanic membrane bulge, and slight meniscus of purulent effusion at bottom of tympanic membrane.[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    Overlapping malignant neoplasms that cannot be classified as indicated above should be assigned to the appropriate subdivision of category 195 (Malignant neoplasm of other[] OBSERVATION: We present the case of a 68-year-old male who presented with clinically typical seborrhoeic keratosis that later histological examination showed partially covered[] The results identified genetic or familial factors, radiation therapy, and chemotherapy as risk factors for later developing a second malignant neoplasm.[]

  • Osteochondral Loose Body

    As not all patients report a history of ankle injury, a subdivision can be made in the etiology of nontraumatic and traumatic defects.[] Patellofemoral examination demonstrated no tendon tenderness, zero patellar tilt, no medial or lateral facet tenderness, 2 medial and lateral patellar glide, and negative[] Cartilaginous These loose bodies are composed entirely of hyaline cartilage Intra-articular fractures Separation of whole or part of intra-articular fibro-cartilaginous meniscus[]

  • Pes Anserine Bursitis

    […] joint interphalangeal joint spaces of the lower limb adductor canal femoral sheath femoral canal femoral ring femoral triangle ( contents mnemonic boundaries mnemonic ) foot subdivisions[] When flexed more than 30 degrees, posterior to lateral femoral condyle pain at lateral aspect of knee greater trochanter, worsens with physical activity - intense at heel[] Although the exact cause and pathogenesis of pes anserine bursitis remains unknown, infections, bone exostosis, medial meniscus damage, pes planus (flatfoot) and retraction[]

  • Temporomandibular Joint Subluxation

    Each subdivision of this category is discussed from the early mild symptoms of disc displacements to the more severe and more difficult to manage inflammatory disorders.[] ; Orthognathic surgery in the TMD patient: What happens later?; Missing temporomandibular joint congenital conditions: when do we operate?[] There is no joint noise when the patient has the nonreducing anterior displacement of the meniscus since the condyle is unable to “snap” into its correct position on the meniscus[]

  • Distal Femur Fracture

    The 2nd category had two subdivisions[ 8 ] .[] […] compression plating as in standard lateral approach.[] Care should be taken to stay anterior to the medial collateral ligament and to avoid damage to the medial meniscus.[]

  • Femoral Agenesis - Femoral Hypoplasia

    Classification of OA of the dysplastic hip is routinely followed by the radiographic subdivision in three severity grades as proposed by Tönnis ( 33 ).[] […] availability of reliable prenatal diagnosis for chromosome abnormalities more frequent in advanced maternal age, significant numbers of parents plan to have pregnan cies later[] Discoid lateral meniscus A discoid lateral meniscus is a relatively uncommon developmental variant of the meniscus.[]

  • Anterior Compartment Syndrome

    The tibialis posterior compartment is a more recently described subdivision of the deep posterior compartment.[] We prospectively studied the necessity of lateral compartment release, which can add morbidity and extend recovery.[] The meniscus created by the saline in the extension tube attached to the 18-gauge needle is watched carefully for any movement.[]

  • Congenital Bowing of Long Bones

    The subdivision of patients with congenital bowing of the long bones in these groups may be biologically significant.[] Periostitis Less common than osteomyelitis Course Even if lesions at this stage are not treated, they regress Remains latent for years and appears again around age 4 or later[] Congenital deformity of finger(s) and hand Q68.2 Congenital deformity of knee Q68.3 Congenital bowing of femur Q68.4 Congenital bowing of tibia and fibula Q68.6 Discoid meniscus[]

  • Carpal Instability

    Additional subdivision based on the time since the injury (that is. as acute or chronic) is possible.[] Carpal dissociations may occur between the lateral and central columns (lateral instability), within the central column (central instability), between the central column and[] & lunate to triquetrum strong critical for carpal stability TFCC separates ulna from carpus Made up of TFC dorsal & volar radio-ulna ligaments ulnar collateral ligament meniscus[]