Pars Interarticularis Defect – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment

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A pars interarticularis defect is a unilateral or bilateral fracture involving the pars interarticularis of the posterior vertebral arch. This injury occurs almost exclusively in the lower lumbar region, most often at L5. This activity highlights the interprofessional management of Read More ….>

Knee Joint Examination – Indications, Technique, Result

At a glance……0.1 HISTORY0.1.1 Pain0.1.2 Deformity0.1.3 Limb length discrepancy0.1.4 History to assess function0.1.5 Fever0.1.6 History of trauma0.1.7 Past history0.1.8 Personal history0.2 GENERAL EXAMINATION0.2.1 INSPECTION0.2.2 PALPATION0.2.3 MOVEMENTS0.2.4 SPECIAL TESTS0.2.5 Special tests to detect knee effusion0.2.6 Patellar tap test0.2.7 Fluctuation test0.2.8 Stroke Read More ….>

Examination of Knee Joint – Types, Technique, Procedure

At a glance……0.1 HISTORY0.1.1 Pain0.1.2 Deformity0.1.3 Limb length discrepancy0.1.4 History to assess function0.1.5 Fever0.1.6 History of trauma0.1.7 Past history0.1.8 Personal history0.2 GENERAL EXAMINATION0.2.1 INSPECTION0.2.2 PALPATION0.2.3 MOVEMENTS0.2.4 SPECIAL TESTS0.2.5 Special tests to detect knee effusion0.2.6 Patellar tap test0.2.7 Fluctuation test0.2.8 Stroke Read More ….>

PLID Manual Test and Examination

At a glance…… 1 Examination of Spine2 History taking2.0.1 Pain history2.0.2 History taking in spinal deformity2.0.3 Red flag symptoms2.0.4 Yellow flag symptoms3 General Examination3.0.1 Tanner stages4 Inspection4.0.1 Surface markings4.0.2 Assessment of posture4.0.3 From the front4.0.4 From the sides4.0.5 From the Read More ….>

Neurological Examination of Spine

At a glance…… 1 Examination of Spine2 History taking2.0.1 Pain history2.0.2 History taking in spinal deformity2.0.3 Red flag symptoms2.0.4 Yellow flag symptoms3 General Examination3.0.1 Tanner stages4 Inspection4.0.1 Surface markings4.0.2 Assessment of posture4.0.3 From the front4.0.4 From the sides4.0.5 From the Read More ….>