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a change in normal place or position

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an event that results in a displacement or discontinuity

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the act of disrupting an established order so it fails to continue

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a displacement of a part (especially a bone) from its normal position (as in the shoulder or the vertebral column)

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Because most anterior dislocations occur in flexion, the elbow should be immobilised in some extension for 1 to 3 weeks followed by protected active range of motion exercises.
For the current study, researchers examined data on more than 19,000 knee dislocations from 2000 to 2012, including almost 2,300 injuries sustained by overweight and obese people.
Knee dislocations occur when the knee is badly disrupted because of multiple torn ligaments in the joint.
The participants reported from 3 to 20 patellar dislocations before undergoing surgery (8 on average).
In addition, micro-strains in materials evolving from second particles and dislocations may influence the distortion of acoustic waves.
6) reported that IOL dislocation was the most common cause of IOL exchange or removal after cataract surgery, regardless of IOL type.
Acute patellar dislocations account for about 3% of all knee injuries and are the second most common cause of knee haemarthrosis.
Humeral avulsion of the glenohumeral ligament (HAGL) is an uncommon, although perhaps under-recognized, finding associated with anterior dislocation of the shoulder.
A 2011 meta-analysis of 6 retrospective case series (379 patients, approximately 88% male) compared operative with nonoperative management in patients with acute, closed Rockwood grade III AC dislocations.
C-spine dislocations most commonly result from motor vehicle accidents (especially among pedestrians), and C-spine fractures occur most commonly as a result of falls and dives.
Aronen JG, Regan K (1982) Decreasing the incidence of recurrence of first time anterior shoulder dislocations with rehabilitation.
Bilateral anterior shoulder dislocations are reported less often.
In the past, dislocations occurred and were difficult to treat through closed reduction.
The femoral head may be fractured with an incidence of 6%-15% of traumatic hip dislocations [1-3], when it faces the edge of the posteroinferior acetabular wall such as a dashboard injury.
For the vast majority of acute patella dislocations, spontaneous reduction occurs immediately; however, about 20% of patients may require a reduction for a persistently dislocated patella [1].