This exam was not optimized to assess the glenoid labrum; however, no obvious labral pathology is detected. There is severe osteoarthritis at the acromioclavicular joint. Impression Intermediate sized full thickness tear at junction of supraspinatus and infraspinatus tendons. Severe supraspinatus tendinopathy. Severe infraspinatus tendinopathy associated with small tear in myotendinous junction.
Abdominal CT scan was performed but revealed nothing except cholelithiasis. A descion of removing the previously inserted plastic stent in CBD was made. The patient underwent ERCP under general anesthesia to remove the stent. The fever started to decline 24 hours after ERCP and was completely gone after 48 hours. The patient was kept on antibiotics for 4 more days and was discharged with instructions of eating only boiled food and weekly
The following 4 cases are the affected Scottish Fold cats with different ages and severity of a disease. All of the affected cats in these cases have born in a Fold to non-fold matings. The affected cats have not been diagnosed with any skeletal deformation or Kim 4 obscurity during the first six months. The regular investigation at the vet with vaccination did not found any particular symptoms for SFOCD, and the physical changes for some cases were developed at least from 1 year after born. Case 1 is a 16-month-old male Fold presented for right forelimb lameness.
He had symptoms right away, but stayed in the game. Four days later he went to a doctor complaining of headaches. They did tests and everything appeared normal. He was told to wait to play until symptoms went away. He did not listen to the advice given.
Pain was sudden in onset, mild and dull aching type and was intermittent in nature, and aggravated at night; there was no specific reliving factor. There was no contributory medical history. On extra oral examination the patient had a deviated nasal septum towards the right side. A scar was seen on the on the right side of the face, medial to the pinna. A detailed history was obtained from the parents regarding the scar which revealed that the scar is the remnant of the preauricular skin tag which was present till the patient was 2 years of age.
The inclusion criteria were as follows: no history of previous surgery for an injured shoulder, positive apprehension test and a Bankart lesion on magnetic resonance imaging. The exclusion criteria were as follows: presence of significant bone defects (humeral and/or glenoid greater than 20%), presence of clinical signs of posterior or multidirectional instability
This was reinforced with pericranial onlay patch also.Intraoperative valsalva maneuver showed no csf leak.Wound was closed in layers with prophylactic continous lumbar drainage.Post operative CT scan showed complete resolution of pseudomeningocele(Fig9) Fig9: Post operative CT scan after repair of dural leak and excision of pseudomeningocele sac. Lumbar drain was removed on 3rd day.patient was discharged of day 10 with no evidence of
The location of the occipital lobe can be seen in the diagram located in the TBI article (marked as Exhibit #8). However, neither of these were present. Instead, we find an open wound on the scalp at the back of Skyler’s head. This is consistent with an impact to a hard surface like the concrete walkway where Skyler was found lying. Next, from that initial back of the head impact, the brain is thrown forward into the skull, causing the contusions to develop at the frontal lobe.
The Texas wound classification scale used, to assess the stage and grade of the wound. Stage include A- no infection or ischemia, B- infection present, C- ischemia present and D- infection and ischemia present. In Texas grading system 0- epithelialised wound, 1- superficial wound, 2- wound penetrates to tendon or capsule and 3- wound penetrates in to bone or capsule. The Wagner scale also used as input in this study. The grading system consists of 5, the 1-intact skin(no ulcer in a high risk foot), 2- superficial ulcer of the skin or subcutaneous tissue, 3- ulcers extend into tendon, bone, or capsule, 4- gangrene of toes or forefoot and 5- mid foot or hind gangrene.
He is referred from Kyeik Htaw Station Hospital due to neck swelling and unable to swallow for five days. He has tightness of chest and fever. In Immunization history, his mother said to be complete. In past medical history, he had admitted to hospital due to hepatitis. He did not take any drug regularly.