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272 Possible Causes for Fat Embolism, Inability to Stand on Tiptoes

  • Fracture

    Other complications include nonunion, delayed union, osteoarthritis, avascular necrosis, fat embolism, and thrombophlebitis. Accousti WK, Willis RB.[]

  • Muscular Dystrophy

    Abstract BACKGROUND: Fat embolism syndrome is the result of systemic manifestations of fat emboli in the microcirculation.[] KEYWORDS: Duchenne muscular dystrophy; fat embolism syndrome; fat microglobulinemia; pediatrics; tibial plateau fracture[] : Fat embolism syndrome is a rare but important consideration with significant morbidity and risk of mortality in patients with Duchenne muscular dystrophy after even minor[]

  • Ankle Fracture

    Possible complications include: Infection Bleeding Nerve damage Skin complications Blood clots Fat embolism Bone misalignment Irritation of the overlying tissue from the hardware[]

  • Lumbar Disk Herniation

    BACKGROUND: Endoscopic spine surgery has become increasingly popular. However, no study has researched the predictive factors for different outcomes. This study is the first to evaluate the outcome predictors of the transforaminal endoscopic spine system (TESSYS) technique for lumbar disk herniation (LDH).[…][]

    Missing: Fat Embolism
  • Hip Fracture

    Fat embolism in the lungs can unreservedly be accepted as a vital reaction even in cases of advanced putrefaction.[] Autopsy disclosed massive fat and bone marrow embolization.[] In this case study, the utility of a lung fat embolism is highlighted as being a vital sign even in cases where the body of the deceased has been changed by advanced putrefaction[]

    Missing: Inability to Stand on Tiptoes
  • Femoral Neck Fracture

    Further complications, which could arise, are deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolism, fat embolism, infection, angulation, nonunion and shortening.[] embolism.[] […] is the term used for when nine months have elapsed since the original fracture, with no visible signs of heaing in the preceding three months. [ 11 ] Later complications Fat[]

    Missing: Inability to Stand on Tiptoes
  • Acute Pancreatitis

    Blindness (angiopathic retinopathy with hemorrhage) Hematologic Anemia DIC Leucocytosis Dermatologic Painful subcutaneous fat necrosis Miscellaneous Subcutaneous fat necrosis[] […] vein thrombosis) Gastrointestinal obstruction Hepatobiliary Jaundice Portal vein thrombosis Neurologic Psychosis or encephalopathy (confusion, delusion and coma) Cerebral Embolism[]

    Missing: Inability to Stand on Tiptoes
  • Morton's Metatarsalgia

    Abstract The results of 79 high resolution ultrasound examinations of the forefoot that were performed for suspected Morton's metatarsalgia were retrospectively assessed. Scans were only obtained if the pain was poorly localized or if there were atypical features that made the clinical diagnosis uncertain.[…][]

    Missing: Fat Embolism
  • Achilles Tendon Rupture

    Inability to stand on tiptoe. If the tendon is completely torn, you may feel a gap just above the back of the heel.[] Patients may notice an inability to stand on tiptoe and altered gait (inability to push off with the affected foot). Examination Observe gait.[]

    Missing: Fat Embolism
  • Sacral Radiculopathy

    J Neurosurg Spine. 2013 May;18(5):524-8. doi: 10.3171/2013.2.SPINE12497. Epub 2013 Mar 22. Author information 1 Department of Neurological Surgery, Methodist Neurological Institute, Houston, Texas 77030, USA. Abstract Percutaneous sacroplasty is a procedure adapted from vertebroplasty, which is[…][]

    Missing: Fat Embolism

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