Diagnosing Lisfranc Foot Fracture
A doctor will perform a physical examination, manipulating the foot to assess the levelof pain and the site of injury. A circular motion with the foot (heel held steady) willproduce significant pain with a Lisfranc injury but minimal pain with a sprain. A doctorwill also order diagnostic tests²x-ray, CT scan, or MRI, to determine the precise natureof the injury, the type of fracture and its severity
Treatment for Erb¶s Palsy that does not spontaneously recover generally consists of exercise and physical therapy. In 80% of the babies born with Erb¶s palsy recovery willoccur without a surgical intervention.The question is at any age most effective operation in Erb¶s Palsy. (one correct answer)
urgery is found to be most effective in Erb¶s Palsy children that are between the ages of 5 and 12 months; beyond this age group, surgery will not be as effective.
rimary bone cancer.
a) Ewing's Sarcomab) Osteosarcomc) Multiple Myelomad) Chondrosarcomae)CHORDOMA
Multiple myeloma is the most common primary bone cancer. It is a malignant tumor of bone marrow. Multiplemyeloma affects approximately five to seven people per 100,000 each year.
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