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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Heat Exhaustion
Heat exhaustion is a serious illness caused by too much heat. It is often brought on by overexertion or profuse sweating in a hot, humid, poorly ventilated ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Síndrome del Túnel Carpiano (Carpal ...
- [ Translate this page ]Síndrome del Túnel Carpiano (Carpal Tunnel Syndrome). ¿Que es? Signos y Síntomas. Diagnóstico. Tratamiento. ¿Que es? Cross section of the carpal tunnel. ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Muscle Strains in the Thigh
A muscle strain (muscle pull or tear) is a common injury, ... The hamstring and quadriceps muscle groups are particularly at risk for muscle strains because ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Chordoma
Most chordomas occur at the base of the spine (sacrum), in the tailbone (coccyx) or at the ... Computed tomography (CT) scans of the same sacral chordomas. ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Osteochondroma (Bone Tumor)
Osteochondromas occur as solitary osteochondroma (osteocartilaginous exostosis) or as multiple osteochondromatosis. These are discussed separately. ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Bunions
More than half the women in America have bunions, a common deformity often blamed on wearing tight, narrow shoes, and high heels. Bunions may occur in ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Bone Tumor
Some dissolve bone or make a hole in the bone. ... The patient is given general anesthesia and a small incision is made and the tissue is removed. ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Ingrown Toenail
An exposed nail bed may be very painful. Removing your whole ingrown toenail (complete nail plate avulsion) increases the likelihood your toenail will come ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Prevention of Falls: Facts
Prevention of Falls: Facts. Cost of Falls. Facts About Falls .... Last reviewed and updated: August 2007. AAOS does not review or endorse accuracy or ...
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Your Orthopaedic Connection: Tennis Court Safety
Tennis Court Safety. Plan for Your Environment. Preparation. Dress Appropriately ... Wear tennis shoes with good support to prevent ankle injuries. ...
 
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