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1,719 Possible Causes for scapula

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  • Sinusitis

    Flap types included latissimus dorsi, scapula, anterolateral thigh, rectus, radial forearm, and fibula. Median follow-up was 7.7 months.[]

  • Malignant Neoplasm

    […] neoplastic bone scaphoid Malignant Secondary • Neoplasm (cancer) (tumor) , neoplastic bone scaphoid of ankle Malignant Secondary • Neoplasm (cancer) (tumor) , neoplastic bone scapula[] […] neoplastic sacrococcyx, sacrococcygeal Malignant Secondary • Neoplasm (cancer) (tumor) , neoplastic sacrum, sacral Malignant Secondary • Neoplasm (cancer) (tumor) , neoplastic scapula[]

  • Brown-Sequard Syndrome

    Rotorua, New Zealand. [email protected] Abstract This report describes a case of Brown-Sequard syndrome in a man who presented to the ED after a stabbing to the left scapula[]

  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

    At autopsy, we found extensive intramuscular hemorrhages in posterior neck, between the scapulae, and in the lumbar region.[]

  • Splenic Metastasis

    Fused F-18 FDG PET/CT images revealed a solitary splenic metastasis and a focus of increased uptake in the region of the previously removed melanoma at the right scapula.[]

  • Myopathy

    The proband showed foot drop, scoliosis, and winged scapula, while his mother only showed mild foot drop and winged scapula.[]

  • Stuve-Wiedemann Syndrome

    There was relative sparing of fibula and upper limb bones, with normal scapulae and clavicles. Camptodactyly was the main associated anomaly.[]

  • Abscess

    CASE: We present the case of a subscapular abscess that was drained via a posterolateral approach to the scapula.[]

  • Axillary Dissection

    Winged scapula was assessed with test proposed by Hoppenfeld.[] , while 6 patients (13 %) still had winged scapula at 6 months after surgery.[] ): innervates serratus anterior courses vertically along the superficial surface of serratus anterior (lateral chest wall in midaxillary line) injury leads to winging of scapula[]

  • Laron Syndrome

    Claims that patients with LS are similar to LB1 in displaying protracted scapulae, short clavicles, low degrees of humeral torsion, flaring ilia, and curved tibiae are not[]

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