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Given that this woman appears to have intact vascular supply to her legs, intermittent claudication is less likely to be the cause but would be high on your list of differentials. The diagnosis in this case is spinal stenosis likely caused by vertebral degeneration. points to consider • Spinal stenosis is caused by narrowing of the spinal canal. • It is important to ask about symptoms of pain, weakness and paraesthesia as these will all aid your diagnosis. • Intermittent claudication is the most likely alternative diagnosis, so a careful vascular history and examination should be performed.
Used when muscle relaxation cannot be achieved by hanging arm method. ●● ●Kocher: involves slow external rotation of the flexed arm to relax the subscapularis muscle and then the arm is raised and rotated medially. ●● Place arm in sling and repeat x-ray to assess joint position. indb 41 27/05/13 5:05 PM 42 Shoulder MICRO-print post-reduction complications Rotator cuff tear, nerve injury (axillary nerve), vascular injury (axillary artery), and recurrent dislocation (if glenoid labrum has been damaged).
3), spontaneous resolution may occur. In most cases, progression of the curve accelerates at times of growth particularly during the growth spurt around the age of puberty. It is important to take into account the patient’s potential for further growth when deciding upon treatment. The patient’s age, time since menarche and radiographic parameters, such as Risser’s staging (Fig. 4) are all important factors for establishing whether a child is likely to have reached skeletal maturity. TREATMENT ●● Upper limb ●● The aims of treatment are to either stop a curve from progressing further or to correct an existing curve.
Orthopaedics and Rheumatology on the Move by Terence McLoughlin, Ian Baxter, Nicole Abdul