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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Assess the neurovascular status every 1 to 2 hours for the first day

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Soft tissue applies to the stresses placed upon it.

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Justin
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Fold the stockinette or padding over the outer cast edges

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Justin
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Apply antiseptic ointment and cover with a split dressing

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Slight edema, soreness, and limitation of range of motion

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Justin
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Slight edema, soreness, and limitation of range of motion

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Justin
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Fold the stockinette or padding over the outer cast edges

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Osteoid osteoma-this is a small, benign tumor that is very painful, especially at night. the pain is typically relieved only by aspirin. radiographs are distinctive as described. osteochondromas...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
An injury to the physis may result in an angular deformity, shortening of the bone, or both.-if partial closure of the physis occurs following an injury, an angular deformity often results, while...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
This condition is most common during or recently after a rapid growth spurt-this patient has osgood-schlatter disease, which results from an avulsion of a portion of the ossification center causing...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Costochondritis-most chest pain in adolescents is musculoskeletal in origin, with costochondritis representing the most common musculoskeletal cause. it is definite as reproducible pain upon...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Avoidance of activity until resolution of pain-the patient in this vignette has myositis ossificans of the brachialis muscle. following blunt trauma, a hematoma develops that gradually becomes...Read More

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John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Anterior and Posterior Innominate Rotation Test

The postural disorder is (obviously) anterior or posterior innominate/pelvic rotation

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Kinesionerd
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Anterior and Posterior Innominate Rotation Test

The postural disorder is (obviously) anterior or posterior innominate/pelvic rotation

1 Answer

205 views
John Smith
Answered: Jul 11, 2020
Slippage of the l5 vertebrae relative to the body of the s1 vertebrae-the patient in the vignette has spondylolysis, a defect in the pars interarticularis. repetitive flexion exercises during...Read More

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