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Disc Herniation Wheeless

Location: http://www.wheelessonline.com/ortho/disc_herniation

Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics
disc herniation may vary in severity from disc protrussion to disc extrusion, to finally disc sequestration; - disc containment: - w/ a contained disc herniation, the disc material herniated through the inner annulus but not...
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Implant Wear In Total Joint Replacement

Location: http://web.archive.org/web/20020605163356/http://www3.aaos.org/implant/implant.cfm

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Implant Wear in Total Joint Replacement: Clinical and Biologic Issues, Material and Design Considerations Edited by Timothy M. Wright, PhD and Stuart B. Goodman, MD, PhD A symposium held in October 2000 Table of Contents Clinical Issues Chapter 1 What is the clinical scope of implant wear in the hip and how has it changed...
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Orthopaedic Complications Quick Reference Guide

Location: http://www.nursingcenter.com/prodev/ce_article.asp?tid=685526

Orthopaedic Complications: Quick Reference Guide In orthopaedics, there are many potential complications that may either be life-threatening or limb-threatening. Fat embolism, pulmonary embolism, and even hemorrhage may be life-threatening. Acute compartment syndrome, infection, and malunion or nonunion of a fracture can lead to loss of a limb or impaired limb...
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Wikipaedics Textbook of orthopaedics

Location: http://wikipaedics.com

Wikipaedics is a web-based, free-content Textbook of Orthopaedics based on an openly editable model. The name "Wikipaedics" is a Portmanteau of the words Wiki (a technology for creating collaborative Websites, from the Hawaiian word wiki , meaning "quick") and Orthopaedics .

Wikipaedics is written collaboratively by registered orthopaedic surgeons volunteers...

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AO Surgery Reference popular

Location: http://www.aosurgery.org

The AO Surgery Reference is a website describing the whole surgical management process, including decision-making support, approaches, and surgical procedures. Highly Reputable
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Proximal Femur Fractures - AO Surgery Reference

Location: http://www.aofoundation.org/wps/portal/surgeryskully?showPage=diagnosis&bone=Femur&segment=Proximal

The proximal femur section of the AO Surgery Reference. The whole surgical management described, including decision-making support, approaches, and surgical procedures. Highly Reputable
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Forearm Fractures - AO Surgery Reference

Location: http://www.aofoundation.org/wps/portal/surgeryskully?showPage=diagnosis&bone=Radius&segment=Shaft

The radius/ulna section of the AO Surgery Reference. The whole surgical management described, including decision-making support, approaches, and surgical procedures. Highly Reputable
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Tibia Shaft Fractures - AO Surgery Reference

Location: http://www.aofoundation.org/surgery/42

The tibia shaft section of the AO Surgery Reference. The whole surgical management described, including decision-making support, approaches, and surgical procedures. Highly Reputable
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Distal Radius Fractures AO Surgery Reference

Location: http://www.aofoundation.org/surgery/23

Online surgery reference on distal radius (wrist) fractures. Includes classification, diagnosis, indications, preparation, approach, reduction and fixation, aftercare.
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Distal Radius Fractures - AO Surgery Reference

Location: http://www.aofoundation.org/surgery/23

The distal radius section of the AO Surgery Reference. The whole surgical management described, including decision-making support, approaches, and surgical procedures. Highly Reputable
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Proximal Tibia Fractures - AO Surgery Reference

Location: http://www.aofoundation.org/surgery/41

The proximal tibia section of the AO Surgery Reference. The whole surgical management described, including decision-making support, approaches, and surgical procedures. Highly Reputable
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Proximal Humerus Fractures - AO Surgery Reference

Location: http://www.aofoundation.org/surgery/11

The proximal humerus section of the AO Surgery Reference. The whole surgical management described, including decision-making support, approaches, and surgical procedures. Highly Reputable
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Degenerative Spine Disease Pathologic Findings in 985 Surgical Specimens

Location: http://www.ajcp.com/Volume_125/Issue_2/2005080310.html

A number of pathologic changes have been reported in spinal surgery specimens. The frequency of many of these is not well defined. We retrospectively reviewed the histologic features of 985 extradural spinal surgery specimens. Of the cases, 1.6% were identified clinically as synovial cysts. In addition, synovial tissue was seen in...
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Bone Structure and the Function of the Skeleton ASBMR

Location: http://depts.washington.edu/bonebio/ASBMRed/structure.html

Bone, the material that makes vertebrates distinct from other animals, has evolved over several hundred million years to become a remarkable tissue. Bone is a material that has the same strength as cast iron, but achieves this while remaining as light as wood.
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Thorn injury mimicking a septic arthritis of the knee

Location: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2075582/

The possibility of penetrating injury with plant material should always be considered and excluded in cases of an apparent rapidly developing effusion, and careful attention to the history of injury must be made. A normal CRP result, as in this case, adds further weight to this differential diagnosis, as it...
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Cytological diagnosis of bone tumours

Location: http://www.jbjs.org.uk/cgi/reprint/78-B/2/258

Our study suggests that fine-needle aspiration biopsy is a valid option for the diagnosis of bone tumours. It is a simple outpatient procedure which gives sufficient cytological material for the correct diagnosis in 80% of cases. As with histological analysis of material from open biopsy, the cytological assessment must agree...
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Orthopaedic Textbook, Orthopaedic Knowledgebase & Professional Network

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