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Where Is The Ulna
A carpal bone : is a bone in the wrist. There are 8 carpal bones. Scaphoid. Lunate. Triquetrum. Pisiform. Trapezium. Trapezoid. Capitate. Hamate. They lie in between the radius and ulna proximally and the metacarpals of the hand distally towards the fingers. They provide stability yet can allow mobility in all three axes of motion. They are truly remarkable and hand surgeons and anatomists still learning ...Read more
End of long-bones: The epiphyseal plate is in the metaphyseal region, that is, near the ends, of long bones. They are present in children as they are from where bone growth occurs. They close at various times during development. The plates are closed and not seen in adults. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
See below: The 3 bones of the ankle joint are the tibia, fibula and talus. ...Read more
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) ...Read more
2 locations: one on top of the foot. Start in between your big toe and 2nd toe and move up until you feel it. This is the dorsalis peids 2nd pulse is by your ankle on the inside of your ankle right by the bony prominence of you ankle (Tibial Malleolus). This is the posterior tibila artery. ...Read more
Radius : The end of the radius on the forearm is the most commonly fractured bone. A fall on an outstretched hand is the most common mechanism. If I can be if further help, then join my care team and virtual practice at www.healthtap.com/dr-Clarkeholmes ...Read more
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.... ...Read more
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ACL: An anterior cruciate ligament, or ACL, injury is a a knee ligament that joins the upper leg bone with the lower leg bone . The ACL keeps the knee stable. Injuries range from mild, such as a small tear, to severe, such as when the ligament tears completely or when the ligament and part of the bone separate from the rest of the bone. http://www.miamisportsmedicine.com/ACLTears.html ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Where is the incision located for hip arthroplasty? With hip arthroplasty, where is the incision made and how large is it?
Hx of approx 30 fractures l arm/wrist, lately a lot of pain n fluid in wrist where radius/ulna meet metacarpals. Is n ultrasound needed any radiation?
None until healing: You should get current xrays to confirm healing and clearance from your md before resuming bench press. Once healed you can resume your usual technique (except in extenuating circumstances), just be smart about gradually increasing weight/reps/sets/intensity--you won't be 100% and could risk injuring other structures if you do too much too soon. See an orthopedic specialist in your area. ...Read more
Bones heal at equal: rates given there is equal amount of injury. So more energy into an injury with greater fragmentation may seem to be something that takes longer to heal or a bone that was displaced or has a poor blood supply. The ulna may have a small styloid fracture commonly with a radius fracture and it may seem in this case to "heal" faster as the fracture is less complex in this certain situation ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hello. Can you please tell me whether there are any visible signs of advanced age in a skeletal ulna?
Depends on age : There is a growth plate at the end of the ulna near the wrist. Time of fusion can approximate bone age of patient. Usually when completely fused about 16 years of age with variability between men and women. Females are usually approximately two years more advanced than males. Fusion of growth plates particularly legs can sometimes predict ultimate growth of the individual. ...Read more
Simple vs serious: Our bodies always have things that grow and change. Skin, fat, muscle, lymph nodes, bones, can change shape, get larger, more prominent due to many factors. The vast majority are not cancer but simply unusual growths like fatty tumors, cysts, skin tags, moles, etc. Most cause no symptoms and can be watched. If they cause symptoms or change colors, bleed, bruise or hurt, then see your doctor. ...Read more
At least 6 weeks.: Bones generally gain an appreciable amount of strength back six weeks after a break. Strength/solidity/calcification can continue beyond that, but six weeks is a good marker. ...Read more
2 - 3 months: Usually it takes 6-8 weeks for fractures to heal. Then you will need some time to rehab and restore strength and rom. Your surgeon can give you the best estimate. ...Read more
Of course you: understand that we cannot see your arm over the internet right? As such, there are a number of different things that can cause a painful bump on your arm but without taking a thorough history and examining you we cannot tell you if it is broken. If the pain is persistent you should see a health care provider for an evaluation. Make an appointment or go to a STAT care or ER. ...Read more
No: Theyre designed not to corrode, rust, react to electicity or magnetism, or release ions, atoms, or electrons into your body. ...Read more
No medical: Options, only surgical that I'm aware of ...Read more
Chronic pain: Is never normal. Chronic pain is defined as pain still present after three months despite appropriate treatment and healing. It could be continuous neuropathic pain disorders are among the most difficult chronic pain syndromes. As the duration of the pain increases, the prognosis for effective management worsens. Rec.: see your surgeon for evaluation and treatment. ...Read more