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Medical Symptoms Pelvic Displacement
I am suffering from open book pelvic fracture with 2 mm displacement between the pelvic bones. How long would it take for recovery.
2-3 months: It generally takes 2-3 months to recover. Of course the first 2 weeks are the worst then it slowly starts to improve and gets better. Good luck. ...Read more
What are the symptoms of having a displacement menical root tear? I am under the impression that a displacement menical root is a tear? Am I right?
In psychiatry,: Getting mad at the boss, coming home and screaming at the family is an example of displacement: throwing emotions not at their cause, but at a convenient target. ...Read more
What are symptoms of having a displaced meniscus root? Please explain I have been having medial pain and was told I have a displacement there, help
What are the symptoms of a displaced meniscus? Is a displacement the same as a medial extrusion? Please explain
Meniscal tears: A displaced meniscus tear can cause clicking, catching, and locking. A displaced tear may be displaced into the center of the joint which will be more symptomatic. An extruded meniscus is displaced out of the joint and itself does not cause pain but the joint space narrowing can cause pain. Removal or meniscectomy of an extruded meniscus usually does not relieve pain. ...Read more
The medial meniscus is displaced how can that happen? What are the symptoms of having a meniscus displacement?
What are the symptoms of a grind test? Having a menisal roo displacement mean that the meniscus is torn?
Usually: The "grind" is a test typically with the patient laying on their belly and knee bent and the doctor presses down on the foot while grinding the knee. It is a simple aid and is not an absolute diagnosis. Occasionally a cartilage can roll but typically a displacement is from a tear. ...Read more
Is a medial menicus root displacement considered a tear of the meniscus? What are the symptoms of this? I am looking for a orthopedic opinion?
Yes meniscus tear: Meniscus root tears are a type of meniscus tear where the attachment to the bone is torn. This is a usually not a great type of tear to have as it effectively takes away all function of the meniscus (which is important to prevent arthritis etc). If patient is less than 45 with no arthritis, a meniscus root repair should be done. Otherwise meniscal resection is recommended. Meniscal root repairs are technically demanding, and are usually done by orthopedic surgeons with fellowship training in the sub specialty of sports medicine. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I had a MRI in 2/12 then one in 4/13 the first one showed a displacement of the meniscal root the second one showed medical extrusion please explain?
Extrusion: The piece of disc could have broken off. ...Read more
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