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Of the two ligaments of the ankle joints, lateral ligaments is more commonly injured than medial.               The lateral ligaments of the ankle joint consist of 3 segments - anterior talo-fibular, posterior talo-fibular and middle calcaneno-fibular. A sudden inversion strain of the ankle during walking on irregular ground or falling during the game may re...
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Injuries to the muscles, tendons, synovial membrance and nerve are classifed under the soft tissue injuries. Direct or indirect trauma is the principal cause. The effect of such injuries and their response to the treatment varies markedly from individual to individual.           
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spondylolisthesis is the term used for the slipping of a vertebtal body from the one below it. The direction of slip is usually forwardc but can sometimes be backwards also. Cervical spondylolisthesis is usually less common as compared to lumbar spondylolisthesis. The stability of cervical spine depends on the pedicle, par-interarticularis and the inferior articular ...
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CERVICAL DISC PROLAPSE is not common compared to the lumbar disc prolapse. the site most prone to disc prolapse is the lower cervical spine particularly at C5-C6 level. The postero-lateral protrusion is common. Incidence : Occurs commonly in young adults and middle aged persons. Causes:  1) Injury to the neck due to sudden jurk or twisting strain 2) Over strain  ONSET: Patient ...
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Torticollis is the cerival condition which is either congenital or spasmodic ( acquired). In this the head is flexed towards the shoulder of one side and face is turned to the opposite side. TYPES: Congenital : there are two basic causes for congenital torticollis. a) muscular cause: shortening of the sternomastoid muscle due to presence of tumor in the muscle either due to arterial obstruct...
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Cervical rib refers to an abnormal protrusion in the cervical region which can either be due to abnormal enlargment of transverse process of C7 vertebra to the first true rib or to the sternum but usually it is present posteriorly upto a short distance.                 CERVICAL RIB PUTTING PRESSURE ON THE LOWER CORD OF BRACHIAL PLEXUS   It is...
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Cervical spondylosis refers to the degenerative condition  of the cervical spine including the intervertebral joints in between the vertebral bodies and the vertebral discs.The other terms used for this condition are degenerative disc disease, degerative spondylosis, osteophytosis, spondylities deformans.It is very common in persons above 50 years of age and those have got to do work like ...
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Though uncommon, when present it is accompanied with neurological manifestations in the upper extremities, rarely the signs of spinal cord compression may be present.The disc ruputre may occur as a result of intrinsic changes in the disc substance or as a result of an injury. A part of gelatinous nucleus pulposus extrudes through a rent in the annulus fibrousus at the weakest part of the cervic...
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OSTEOARTHRITISOsteoarthritis is a degenerative condition of joint. It is non-inflammatory process. It is characterized by progressive destruction of new bone i.e.osteophytes. It is also known as degenerative arthritis or osteoarthritis or hypertrophic arthritis. It is a wear and tear of joint as one ages. It is more common in weight - bearing joints such as hip and knee. There is also a progres...
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