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Tibial Tubercle Pain
If failed nonop: If all nonoperative measures for suspected patellar instability have been tried and failed, then T.T. osteotomy can be used to treat this problem. However, the success rate with this surgery is fair to good with a long recovery. I would make sure you have been through a long course of PT and used a quality brace first. If can help, then join my care team at www. Healthtap. Com/dr-clarkeholmes
The tibia tubercle: Tibia tubercle surgery usually relates to either patellar (kneecap) instability that is severe or to underlying patella/trochlea articular cartilage disease. Sometimes it can be performed for both patellar instability and articular cartilage wear. When the tibial tubercle is osteotomized (sawed) and moved to the inner side and elevated it can ease the pressure on the patella and improve tracking.See 1 more doctor answer
It varies: It varies and is unpredictable.Get a more detailed answer ›
Montgomery tub: These are benign lesions that appear like a whitehead. They are not easily treated but can be reduced in size by electrodesiccation.
Is prominence of the navicular tubercle at the medial aspect of the navicular bone suppose to be a painful?
It can be: The pain may also be of inflamation or degeneration of the posterior tibial tendon directly against the prominence....
Noticed small lumps on my areola's (breasts). I think they're Montgomery Tubercles. Should I be worried? Will the lumps disappear, and if so how long?
Montgomery Tubercles: Hi, as you mentioned yourself the bumps could be Montgomery Tubercles which become when stimulated and with hormonal changes.
What is a prominent navicular tubercle at the medial aspect of the navicular bone? What is the treatment?
Navicular is a bone: In the midfoot, if it is prominent it sticks out a bit. Treatment may include smart shoe selection so there is no rubbing, padding the area, or shaving the prominence in the operating room. (The latter done by the doctor, not by you of course)
Tubercles on my both areolas, painless, no exudates, same size since 4ever, less pigmented than other skin, no exudates, I'm 20, should I be worried?
Montgomery glands: Areolar glands or Glands of Montgomery are sebaceous glands in the areola surrounding the nipple. The glands make oily secretions (lipoid fluid) to keep the areola and the nipple lubricated and protected.
I recently started hot yoga after not working out for months. My back now has acne &i just noticed my montgomery's tubercles. Is this because of yoga?
I cut my tibia tubercle & it opened up a bunch of fluid into my knee (6 stitches). m. what can I do to reduce the swelling quicker?
Cut in tibia tubercl: How long ago? How long is the wound? I think is about 6-8 cm. And the depth into the synovial of the joint. Obviously required repair. Was this done in layers? 1-2, 3 layers, or just the skin. Was the repair done in the ER or in a walk in clinic? Are you on antibiotics? All this issues are very important. An injury of a joint with damage of the synovia must be treated with aggressively. The swelling is a mark of inflammation, which can be from the injury or from infection. Do you have drainage from the wound? Is it clear or yellowish-greenish stained. Any way you should be examined by an orthopedic surgeon, who will have the opportunity to feel the joint, assess the mobility, and the cartilages, and start you on antibiotics or change them if required, and in the event of drainage take a specimen for culture and sensitivity. Or
I have very sore breasts as well as white dots on my nipples. My veins are very noticeable now, and the Montgomery tubercles are bigger. What's wrong?
I had a tibia tubercle transfer on my knee 4weeks ago. Having chest pain and wheezing. Was on anticoagulant meds for 3weeks. Doc says itsthe pain meds?
Timing is everything: The simple answer is yes. If not operated on, pt with rom and quad strengthening will be initiated once your doctor feels it is stable. Following surgery, pr is frequently started earlier as long as the fracture is stable. Healing time usually is 3 to 4 months.
When they: Become bothersome to the personGet a more detailed answer ›
Healing by 6-8 weeks: Newer osteotomy techniques and implants may allow for earlier weight bearing (in a locked hinged brace) than the historical standard of 6 weeks on crutches. Many are done as true outpatient surgery. Rehabilitation 2x weekly for 3 months is expected. Unlimited (nonimpact aerobic activity) usually OK by 3 months. Discuss your specific rehabilitation with your surgeon.
Depends: Depends on location of osteochondroma. They are generally located near the knee. Most time off is due to healing of the wound that can take several weeks. If it is a pedunculated lesion it will not violate cortex too much and usually can weight bear as tolerated immediately after surgery. If it is sessile and requires alot of violation of cortex some degree of weight restriction may be requd.
It is genetic: Tibial hemimelia syndrome (affects both legs) is believed to be due to an autosomal dominant gene passed on from one of the parents, while unilateral tibial hemimelia only affects one limb, and is believed to be due to an autosomal recessive gene, passed on by both parents. It may also be a spontaneous gene mutation, in which neither parent passed on the gene, but it just developed spontaneously.