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  • Examination Of The Bones And The Data Gathered

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    between the height of 4’8” and 5’3”. Summary of Findings: -sex: Through examination of the bones, the individual is identified as a female. The main bones used to determine sex are the pelvis and the skull. The pelvis is a crucial indicator of gender, but because the individual is small in stature, the pelvis may not be as accurate. Nevertheless, main parts of the

  • A Study On The Bony Pelvis

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    Chapter 1: Introduction The bony pelvis is consisting of 4 bones which are 2 os coxae or innominate bones, 1 sacrum and 1 coccyx. According to Applegate, E. J. (2010), the term pelvis is used to describe large bony structure at the base of the spine which the lower limbs and many other vertebrates are attached to it. Thus, pelvis is applied to the bony that formed by the coccyx, the sacrum and the two hip bones which are called as the bony pelvis. The term of pelvis also can consider as the cavity

  • Molly Moony Case Summary

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    Introduction Evidence based practice is the foundation of safe and effective patient centered care. In a medical-surgical environment a holistic knowledge, understanding and approach to patient care is crucial. During this essay I will demonstrate my knowledge of these principles through a case study analysis involving a patient named Molly Moony. This analysis will discuss Molly’s injury of a fractured neck of femur, her surgical procedure, the anatomy and physiology of the hip joint, her immediate

  • Main Causative Factor in the Failure of the DePuy ASR and ASR XL Devices

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    Size of the devices: The role of the large-diameter ASR devices in males are linked with considerably lower metal ion levels in contrast to the BHR devices, proposing that under perfect in vivo conditions the ASR has a less wear rate than the BHR device (Underwood et al. 2011). Although, problems also occurred with the smaller hip resurfacing implants among women and small men. It was discovered that these implants did not lubricate as well, unlike the bigger implants and therefore they produced

  • The And Post Operative Patient Reported Outcomes Measures

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    Introduction Pre- and post-operative Patient Reported Outcomes Measures (PROMs) are being used with increasing frequency to measure the severity of a patient’s symptoms and level of function. They can be important tools in assessing a patient’s suitability for surgery, expected outcome and post-operative recovery. Although their use derives helpful clinical data, not all clinicians have adopted their use into their busy clinical practice. PROM data has traditionally been collected in the clinic

  • Case Study : An Orthopedic Doctor

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    Case Study #1 An orthopedic doctor diagnosed an injured 25 year old male skier with torn right medial collateral (MCL) and anterior cruciate ligaments (ACL) with possible medial meniscal involvement. The superficial medial collateral ligament (MCL) originates at the medial epicondyle of the femur, inserts at the medial condyle of the tibial shaft and also attaches to the medial meniscus. (Marieb) The MCL stabilizes the knee by resisting medial rotation of the knee and protecting against genu

  • The Chosen Statue Depicts A Pair Of People

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    The selected statue depicts a pair of people attached to what looks like a carved piece of stone, dubbed with several markings and symbols on the bottom (Fig. 1). At first glance, the person on the right appears to be a young boy seeing as the figure is significantly shorter and therefore younger, but if you study the body shape more carefully you can recognize the difference between the proportions and overall structure of the torso and chest regions. While the male 's chest is flat with a slight

  • Physical Therapy And Specific Surgical Approach Essay

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    The objective of this research is to determine whether physical therapy and specific surgical approach will affect the recovery period among the patients who underwent the total hip replacement. The results which describe hip mobility and function after the surgery, as well as overall patients’ satisfaction, are compared between various randomized and non-randomized studies, usually with the presence of experimental and control groups. Major common outcomes reported were pain, muscle strength, mobility

  • Prosthetic Hip Dislocation And Its Effects

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    Prosthetic Hip Dislocation A prosthetic hip dislocation means that your artificial hip joint (prosthesis) has moved out of place. This can happen because of a hard, direct hit or injury (trauma) to the hip, such as a fall. A prosthetic hip joint may be more likely to dislocate than a normal hip joint because a prosthetic hip joint does not have all the structures that normally hold the joint in place. After the prosthetic hip is moved back into place, you will generally recover fully. Prosthetic

  • Evaluation Of Defecatory Dysfunction After Surgical Repair Of Anorectal Malformations

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    Evaluation of defecatory dysfunction after surgical repair of anorectal malformations Thesis Submitted for Partial Fulfillment of MD in pediatric Surgery By Sherif Elhussiny Ibrahim M.B.B.Ch, M.Sc. Under Supervision of Prof. Dr. Ahmed Medhat Zaki Professor of pediatric Surgery Faculty of Medicine Ain shams university Dr. Mohamed Soliman El-Debeiky Professor of pediatric Surgery Faculty of Medicine Ain shams university Dr. Amr Abdelhamid AbouZeid Assistant Professor of pediatric surgery Faculty

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