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Hill Sachs Deformity
Depends: Depends on the size and if there's instability. If the instability is the result of a large humeral head defect, there is a technique of filling the defect with soft tissue called a remplissage. If the instability is due to the front of the socket (bankart lesion), a bone block can be transferred to the anterior glenoid to create stability. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have a Bankhart Lesion , as well as Hill~ Sach deformity w/ tear of inferior & anterior inferior glenoid labrum 2 years! Can it be fixed now?
Orthopod: Your orthopedic surgeon ,after careful physical exam and radiographic findings is the only one who can evaluate your situation. ...Read more
Mri shoulder marked synovitis with patchy areas of subchondral bone marrow edema at the glenohumeral joint; findings of a hill-sachs deformity. Help!
My ccjoint needs to be fused due to massive deformity if ignored will go nonuion. What is nonuion mean?
Bones not fused: Nonunion is when two bones try to fuse together, but don't. This can take longer than usual and be a "delayed union" or do so in a poor manner in a "malunion". The non-union is when the two pieces of bone do not form back together to form one piece of bone. This can cause pain, extra bone formation, swelling and deformity. ...Read more
Bony abnormalities: Madelung's deformity is a condition characterized by abnormally shaped wrists and wrist bones combined with short stature. This is typically congenital but often symptoms don't present until the pre-teen years. Treatment can be pain medicines, splints, or sometimes surgery. ...Read more
Pectum chest contour: Pectum deformities can be minor and only have aesthetic concerns like a bulge or a concavity vs those with a significant functional element as well.The latter ones are corrected by essentially cutting out the depressed area in the pectum excavatum cases and expanding the chest. While the aesthetic cases can be dealt with by what i call camouflage procedures. Consult with your local plastic surgeon. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
It might: There is a balance between how your teeth fit together, how the joints function and how the muscles move the jaw. The right side and left side should be symmetrical, but if things are not functioning properly it is very possible and probable that asymmetries will exist and may appear as facial deformities. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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