FRACTURA HUMERO PROXIMAL PDF

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Many translated example sentences containing “fractura de húmero proximal” – English-Spanish dictionary and search engine for English translations. Fundamento: la fractura del extremo proximal del húmero es una enfermedad traumática frecuente, en especial en pacientes que presentan osteoporosis de. La fractura proximal del húmero, a menudo denominada fractura del hombro, es una lesión frecuente en las personas de edad avanzada.

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Accurate application of a precontoured-locking plate for proximal humeral fractures in Asians: Twenty-two patients, 13 females and 9 males, were operated humro between February and August Management of blunt injuries of the axillary artery and the neck of the humerus: Services on Demand Article.

Trauma management in Orthopedics. She had decreased sensation in the median ulnar and radial nerve distribution.

Operative vs non-operative management of displaced proximal humeral fractures in the elderly: Am Acad Orthop Surg; The avascular necrosis rate was fractufa and early rehabilitation was possible in patients with poor bone quality. Dos pacientes presentaron pinzamiento por la placa. Although axillary artery injury occurs frequently with dislocations of the shoulder and fractures of the clavicle, such injury is not commonly associated with fractures of the proximal humerus [].

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The presence of peripheral pulses does not guarantee that significant arterial injury has not occurred and appropriate imaging studies should be obtained without fractkra if injury is suspected. J Bone Joint Surg Am.

Fractura del extremo proximal del húmero | Álvarez López | Archivo Médico Camagüey

Case Report A 69 year old female, fell at home from standing hhumero, injuring her right shoulder. Article in xml format Article references How to cite this article Automatic translation Send this article by e-mail. Entire humeral head except posteroinferior portion of lesser tuberosity and head.

Upper extremity physical exam reveals no neurologic deficits, and an initial radiograph of the shoulder is shown in Figure A. Discussion Injury to the axillary artery proxjmal a consequence of fracture of the neck of the humerus is an infrequent complication [].

The adequacy of diagnosis and treatment for osteoporosis in patients with proximal humeral fractures.

Addition of a gauge intraosseous tension band laterally through the greater tuberosity. Preoperative angiography is not only important to make accurate localization of the injury but can also provide important information regarding collateral flow. Treatment of proximal humeral fractures using anatomical locking plate: When disruption of the intima and subsequent subintimal dissection and thrombosis occurs, secondary occlusion of the damaged artery can result.

Thank you for rating! The functional assessment score according to the Constant-Murley scale was An axillary-brachial bypass graft was performed to reestablish flow on the right arm with a reversed left saphenous vein interposition graft end to end anastomosis Figure 4.

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I classification and evaluation. Initial varus displacement of proximal humerus fractures results in similar function but higher complication rates.

His sensation is intact throughout the extremity but he is unable to flex the arm above 90 degrees.

Proximal Humerus Fractures

No neurological deficit, distal pulses normal. Predictor of humeral head ischemia after intracapsular fracture of the proximal humerus. X-Rays show no shoulder arthritis or significant osteopenia. How important is this fravtura for board examinations?

AXILLARY ARTERY INJURY SECONDARY TO HUMERAL NECK FRACTURE: CASE REPORT

Clinical outcomes of allograft with locking compression plates for elderly four-part proximal humerus fractures. Simple radiographic assessment of bone jumero is associated with loss of surgical fixation in patients with proximal humeral fractures.

What is the most common complication with this mode of fixation? The diagnosis is usually suggested by the clinical picture. Displaced proximal humeral fracture: Early recognition of these clinical huemro is essential to avoid irreversible ischemic damage.

A CT scan of the shoulder shows 1cm of posterior displacement of the tuberosity fragment.