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Unusual Presentation of Foot Compartment Syndrome

Presentation of Foot Compartment Syndrome . A Case Report, International Journal of Case Reports in Medicine, Vol. 2013 (2013), Article ID 488804, DOI 10.5171/2013.488804 Case Report Unusual Presentation of Foot Compartment Syndrome Walaa El- Nahas, A. Gadgil, Iheanyi Nwachuku and Sanjit Singh Hywel Dda Health Board Carmarthen, Wales Correspondence should be addressed to Walaa

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Gluteal compartment syndrome following drug-induced

CASE REPORT Open Access Gluteal compartment syndrome following drug-induced immobilization a case report Andreas Christos Panagiotopoulos1*, Ioannis Vrachnis2, Pantelis Kraniotis3 and Minos Tyllianakis2 Abstract

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Compartmental syndrome following prolonged surgery in the

Compartmental syndrome following prolonged surgery in the lithotomy position g compartmental syndrome 01′ the lower limbs. We report a case of compartmental syndrome after s urgery in the elaborated lithotomy position, which was treated conservatively. INTRODUCTION. Postoperative lower extremity compartment syndrome is a serious complication after prolonged surgery in the lithotomy

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Lower extremity lymphedema caused by acquired immune

Lower extremity lymphedema caused by acquired immune deficiency syndrome related Kaposi's sarcoma Case report and review of the literature☆

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Published in Journal of Vascular Surgery 1995Authors Peter J Allen David L Gillespie Robert R Redfield Edward R GomezAffiliation University of California Berkeley University of Maryland Baltimore Walter Reed ArmAbout Massive compact halo object Complication

Leg Compartment Syndrome Trauma Orthobullets

(OBQ11.75) A 28-year-old male sustains a midshaft fibula fracture after being kicked during a karate tournament and develops compartment syndrome isolated to the lateral compartment of his leg. If left untreated, which of the following sensory or motor deficits would be expected? Review Topic

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The Prevalence and Characteristics of Thoracic Outlet

Health Vol.09 No.08(2017), Article ID78723,12 pages 10.4236/health.2017.98088. The Prevalence and Characteristics of Thoracic Outlet Syndrome in High School Baseball Players

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GUIDE TO TREATING CRUSHED FOOT INJURIES, FROM PODIATRY

Crush injuries of the foot are serious and can be difficult to manage. These complex injuries often involve soft tissue and osseous structures.

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Michael Gaspar Thomas Jefferson University Academia.edu

Double crush syndrome (DCS), as it is classically defined, is a clinical condition composed of neurological dysfunction due to compressive pathology at multiple sites along a single peripheral nerve. The traditional definition of DCS is more. Double crush syndrome (DCS), as it is classically defined, is a clinical condition composed of neurological dysfunction due to compressive pathology

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Carpal Tunnel (CTS) Ulnar Nerve Neuropathies TeleEMG

The concept of double crush syndrome is known for many years. I think from seventies. It means, there are 2 lesions along one nerve course, i.e. patients with one peripheral nerve lesion did in fact have a second lesion elsewhere and they implied that both lesions were contributing to the symptoms or on another way, somewhat include symptoms which result from a combination of two separate

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Regional Anesthesia in Patients With Preexisting

Regional Anesthesia in Patients With Preexisting Neurologic Disease Sandra L. Kopp, MD, Adam K. Jacob, MD, and James R. Hebl, MD What'sNewSince publication of

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HOW THE IMR FINAL DETERMINATION WAS MADE

associated left upper extremity double crush findings, bilateral carpal tunnel syndrome, bilateral shoulder adhesive capsulitis, bilateral de Quervain tenosynovitis, and chronic pain syndrome with depression and gastritis. Treatment to date has included the use of a cane, peripheral percutaneous neurostimulation, psychotherapy, and medication. The injured worker has been using Flector patches

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Current Approaches to Pediatric Crush Injury 2001-12-01

Current Approaches to Pediatric Crush Injury. Author Charles Stewart, MD, Emergency Medicine Physician, Colorado Springs, CO. Peer Reviewer Perry W. Stafford, MD, Director, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Associate Professor of Pediatric Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. The recent terrorist attacks on New York City and Washington

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Intramuscular Pressures with Limb Compression

CRUSH syndrome is the systemic manifestation of muscle necrosis and consists of myoglobinuric renal failure, shock, acidosis and hyperkalemia. Since the description by Bywaters and Beall in 1941,1 numerous articles have linked limb compression, muscle-compartment syndrome and crush syndrome. Compression of a limb may initiate muscle-compartment syndromes in one or more extremities

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Missed Bilateral Compartment Syndrome in the Unconscious

Case Study We report a case where the diagnosis of bilateral lower leg compartment syndrome was missed. Bilateral above-knee amputations were carried out, after irreversible ischemic necrosis of the muscles and nerves was found at fasciotomy. Conclusion The importance of a high level of suspicion and an early diagnosis of this common yet life-threat-ening complication is reiterated. Key

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Crush Injuries of the Foot With Compartment Syndrome

Crush Injuries of the Foot With Compartment Syndrome Immediate One- Stage Management I. Ziv, M muscle swelling as was found in the lower leg.* We decompressed all four compartments through a medial and a lateral approach. Avulsed skin should be debrided first; this will facilitate the surgical approach for the fasciotomy incisions. We believe that it is impor- tant to extend the medial

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Gluteal compartment syndrome following drug-induced

Gluteal compartment syndrome is a very rare condition characterized by non-specific symptoms that often lead to misdiagnosis. We report a case of gluteal compartment syndrome in a 38 year-old Caucasian male (intravenous drug user) following prolonged immobilization due to loss of consciousness. The delay in the appropriate diagnosis and treatment led to a temporary acute kidney

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Compartment syndrome following tibia fracture Lower

It should be noted that the four lower leg compartments have greater muscle mass proximally than Crist BD. Pilon fracture complicated by compartment syndrome a case report. J Orthop Trauma 2010;24(6)54-57. Park SD, Ahn J, Gee AO, et al. Compartment syndrome in tibial fractures. J Orthop Trauma 2009;23(7)514-518. McQueen MM, Court-Brown CM. Compartment monitoring in tibial

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Workers Compensation Workmans Comp Service Center

Studies have also related carpal tunnel and other upper extremity complaints with psychological and social factors. A large amount of psychological distress showed doubled risk of the report of pain, while job demands, poor support from colleagues, and work dissatisfaction also showed an increase in the report of pain, even after short term exposure.

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Acute Compartment Syndrome of the Foot Caused by a

The most common causes of acute compartment syndrome of the foot in children are crush syndromes with or without fractures. We present the case of an 8-year-old who had a congenital hemangioma on the second toe of her right foot, with persistent pain and swelling of her right lower extremity. On exploration, the limb was cold and swollen, and pulses were timidly palpable. She was

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Published in Journal of Foot Ankle Surgery 2006Authors F Javier Downeycarmona P Gonzalezherranz Cesar De La Fuentegonzalez MigueAbout Fracture Foot Toe Pediatrics Medical diagnosis El Nio

Compartment Syndromes of the Upper Extremity Medscape

There has been a report of compartment syndrome developing in the upper extremity after a 12-hour surgery in which a tourniquet was raised five times and deflated four times for 15 to 60 minutes each. The patient had fasciotomies and did well. There is also a report of a 15-year-old boy who had a distal radius fracture and a hematoma block with 12 mL of solution; acute compartment syndrome and

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Acute Traumatic Compartment Syndrome in Pediatric Foot A

Acute compartment syndrome of the lower leg and foot is a not widely reported, but serious, potential complication that can develop after fractures, crush injuries, or high-velocity trauma of the lower extremity. Early recognition and treatment are critical in preventing morbidity and permanent

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Rehabilitation Guidelines Following Compartment Syndrome

Rehabilitation Guidelines Following Compartment Syndrome Release With Open Fasciotomy Chronic Exertional Compartment Syndrome (CECS) is a painful condition of the lower leg that affects many runners and other athletes involved in repetitive impact activities. The pain associated with this condition is thought to be abnormal pressure in the compartments of the lower leg. The lower leg is

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Extremity fasciotomy is the only recognized treatment for acute compartment syndrome. The leg is the most frequently affected site in the lower extremity requiring fasciotomy . Although less common, acute compartment syndrome can occur in the thigh, buttock, and foot . In addition, patients who suffer from chronic compartment lower extremity syndromes may also benefit from fasciotomy.

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A Case of Delayed Presentation of Thigh Compartment

Read A Case of Delayed Presentation of Thigh Compartment Syndrome, Journal of Emergency Medicine on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

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Published in Journal of Emergency Medicine 2014Authors Gabriel Wardi Simon Gortz Brian SnyderAffiliation University of California San Diego

Common complication of crush injury, but a rare

Compartment syndrome (CS) is a common complication of crush injury but it is rare to find bilateral gluteal compartment syndrome (BGCS). Only six cases of BGCS have been reported in the literature. This syndrome has been reported after crush injury, drug

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Published in Journal of Emergencies, Trauma, and Shock 2010Authors Nissar ShaikhAffiliation Hamad Medical CorporationAbout Neurovascular bundle Pharmacotherapy Antibiotics

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Flak M, Durmala J, Czernicki K, Dobosiewicz K Double crush syn-drome evaluation in the median nerve in clinical, radiological and electrophysiological examination. Stud Health Technol Inform 2006, 123

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Leg Injuries Leg Disorders MedlinePlus

Leg injuries and leg disorders can affect the whole leg or just one part. Read about common leg injuries such as sprains, strains, and fractures.

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The Journal of Foot Ankle Surgery

We report the case of a 41-year-old nonathlete who presented with ACS secondarytothe developmentof tennis leg without trauma. To our knowledge, this is the first published report of a case involving atraumatic ACS associated with tennis leg in a nonathlete. The patient provided informed consent to publish their case. Case Report A 47-year-old male truck administrator felt a sudden "pop

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Published in Journal of Foot Ankle Surgery 2016Authors Li Tao Huang Jun Ding Muliang Song Deye N I JiangdongAffiliation Central South UniversityAbout Emergency

Treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome a review of the non

may reveal the presence of a double crush syndrome, involving compression of both the ipsilateral lower cervical nerve roots and the ARTICLE IN PRESS Figure 1 The wrist carpal tunnel. Image courtesy of Primal Pictures Ltd. (Primal Pictures, 2001). Treatment of carpal tunnel syndrome 3. median nerve at the wrist (Butler, 1991, 2000; Akalin et al., 2002; Maitland, 2001;

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Published in Journal of Bodywork and Movement Therapies 2004Authors Dimitrios KostopoulosAffiliation American Physical Therapy AssociationAbout Manual therapy