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NORMAL RANGE OF MOTION NECK

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Normal Range of Motion Neck Your neck is an important part of your body, and a normal range of motion is vital for daily activities. The normal range of motion neck includes flexion, extension, bending, and rotation. A lack of range of motion can lead to pain and restricted movement. Normal range in your neck is usually between 40 and…

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POSTERIOR VIEW OF SPINAL CORD

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Posterior View of Spinal Cord The posterior view of spinal cord is often referred to as somatotopic representation. It shows the axons entering the cord in lateral positions near the midline. The cauda equina and lateral divisions are also visible in the view. This view is the most common of the three views of the spinal cord. Anterior View Of…

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BLOOD SUPPLY TO THE SPINE

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Blood Supply to the Spine The blood supply to the spine varies depending on the region. In the cervical region, the vertebral artery provides the primary blood supply for the vertebrae, whereas the blood supply to the thoracic and lumbar regions comes from the segmental arteries. The sacral region gets its blood supply from the lateral sacral branches of the…

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HEMIARTHROPLASTY SHOULDER

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Hemiarthroplasty Shoulder Hemiarthroplasty shoulder is a surgical procedure that replaces a shoulder joint using a prosthesis. The procedure uses a rounded replacement socket that is placed on the humerus. It can help patients with rotator cuff arthropathy. However, it may not be the right choice for those with structural damage to the rotator cuff. Another contraindication is a fracture in…

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ABOVE KNEE AMPUTATION

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Above Knee Amputation Above knee amputation (AKA) is a surgical procedure that removes a part of a person’s leg above the knee. This type of amputation may be needed for several reasons. These include non-healing diabetic wounds, vascular compromise, and unresectable tumors. It may also be performed in a patient who is immunocompromised. Keeping Thigh Straight Maintaining the straightness of…

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ORIF FEMUR

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Open Reduction Internal Fixation of the Femur (ORIF) The ORIF technique is a surgical procedure that can be performed to repair a fractured femur. The procedure is used to repair distal femur fractures. However, it is not necessary for minor fractures. A cast or splint can be used instead. Open Reduction Internal Fixation Open reduction internal fixation of the femur…

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SPINE ORDER

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Spine Order Is Not Necessary for Audiobooks Spine order is important for reading audiobooks, but it’s not as essential in written text. While it helps with navigating the book from beginning to end, it’s not always necessary. For example, you might not need to know the spine order of a doc to get to the next chapter. In some cases,…

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INTERNAL FETAL MONITOR

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Internal Fetal Monitor An internal fetal monitor can be helpful during pregnancy. The monitor measures the heart rate of a growing fetus and can be used to diagnose fetal distress. This device can be worn externally or internally. There are a few different types of monitors available. Some are adjustable, while others require a vaginal exam to ensure cervical dilation….

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STAGES OF ULCER

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The Stages of Ulcer The stages of ulcer are determined by bleeding patterns in different locations. Most bleeding occurs during the acute stage, while bleeding is rare during the healing stage. Bleeding is accompanied by inflammation of the affected area. In the different locations, bleeding cycles are approximately equal. The bleeding cycle of an ulcer in the healing stage is…

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LATERAL VIEW OF EYE

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The Importance of a Lateral View of Eye In a recent study, researchers used a lateral view of eye as a useful tool to assess the relationship between eye movements and facial features. Using an infrared eye-tracker, 80 participants were asked to freely gaze at 11 lateral images of the face for 10 s each. This data was used to…

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