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What is collateral ligament knee injury ?
The collateral ligaments - the lateral collateral ligament (LCL) and the medial collateral ligament (MCL) - provide the knee with varus/valgus stability. Injury of these ligaments usually occurs when the body rotates while the foot is fixed to the ground. More...
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How to treat elbow fracture ? Symptoms & orthotic treatment.
The elbow fractures can be produced either in one of its three elements, the lower end of the humerus, the olecranon and on radial head, this may be total or partial, in some cases accompanied by vascular or nerve type injuries, with presence of anterior lineal ecchymosis and increased elbow volume and complete functional impotence. It is therefore, fractures which can have serious complications, irreducibility, instability, open fractures, etc. More
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Elbow & Arm Injury Braces & Support.
Arm - the free upper extremity is divided into upper arm (brachium), forearm (antebrachium) and hand(manus). The arm is the human body part with the greatest mobility of all, which is based on the construction of the shoulder joint.
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What is tennis elbow ?
The epicondylitis, commonly named “tennis elbow”, is an insertional disease (enthesitis). It is caused by repetitive wrist extension and forearm supination,causing fibrillar fractures and tendon degenerative processes at the level of insertion into the epicondyle region, especially in the short radial extensor tendon of the wrist. When this same mechanical injury occurs in the medial epicondyle, it is named epitrocleitis or “golf elbow”.
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