dislocation


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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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One of three shoulder dislocation patients also has a rotator cuff tear.
actually inferred in [9]: the interaction of the charge carrier with the stress field of one edge dislocation defines an effective diffusion coefficient [D.
Dislocation following hip arthroscopy is exceedingly rare.
1-3) Normal RLN function supports the diagnosis of dislocation (or arthrodesis) if an immobile vocal fold is seen on examination.
Most babies develop normal hip joints if hip dislocation is treated promptly.
She said: "The Royal gave me the best dislocation treatment I've had.
Presently for all active athletic individuals under the age of 30, arthroscopic repair (key-hole surgery) is recommended after the first dislocation.
Open hip dislocation remains a rare occurrence due to the bulky muscle envelope surrounding the deeply situated hip joint.
A growing number of obese patients are presenting to the emergency department with low-energy (LE) knee dislocations (KDs) caused by slips and falls simply from standing or from a single step.
This essay emphasises the role of US in the diagnosis of ulnar nerve dislocation and snapping triceps syndrome and describes the preferred technique, imaging findings and dynamic monitoring by US.
Dislocation is a common experience among Asian immigrant women in the US, says Park (religious studies, Holy Names U.
Migration, Human Dislocation, and the Good News: Margins as the Center in Christian Mission" is the theme for the thirteenth assembly of the International Association for Mission Studies, slated for August 15-20, 2012, in Toronto, Canada.
Studies have shown that more than 90% of patients who have sustained an anterior dislocation tear the anterior labrum, which is the fibrocartilagenous tissue that connects the capsule and ligaments to the bone of the glenoid.
This results in improved functionality and stability, along with a reduced risk of dislocation [1-6].