Symptoms of surgical studies
The reason for hospitalization is the reason that the patient first comes into contact with the medical facility, not an administrative reason such as hospital transfer or surgery appointment.
Bacteria can penetrate into the blood to cause septicemia, this is a very severe stage of biliary obstruction, high risk of death, and long-term obstruction leads to fibrosis of the portal space
If the rotator cuff test positive for the patient by pushing the head near the arm bone forward and reducing that fear by pushing it backwards in the same plane, the test is positive.
Injuries or injuries to the chest are a common surgical emergency group depending on the surgical facility, accounting for about 10, 15 percent.
The bony spikes in the knuckle closest to the nail are called Heberden particles. The bony spines in the middle joint of the finger are called Bouchard particles.
Do this by asking the patient to identify and 'scratch' on the opposite scapula, both sides from above and below. Pain, restriction or asymmetry in these movements may be considered "positive".
There is still a lack of evidence regarding the validity of patellar studies as a finding for the patella to be unstable. A small study was completed, showing a sensitivity of only 39%.
Existing shoulder ligaments and muscles on the spine are either directly damaged or indirectly collided, the arm's ability to maintain posture is impaired and the arm will fall.
The purpose of the test is to examine the tear site of one of the meniscuses towards the femur protrusion and capture it. By widening the knee while rotating, femoral protrusions are moving over the tibial plateau and the meniscus.
Any disturbance of open structures for a rotary arm therapy in positive patients and general malaise
Synovial fluid secretes joint fluid that is responsible for feeding cartilage and lubricating joint surface and preventing joint infection.
The bones connect together through the joints, making solid support for the muscles to function. The two long bones are primitive and stick to the muscles when stimulated or commanded by nerves.
The spinal cord contains the spinal cord, central nervous system, in the spinal canal and produces nerve roots through the junction to control the body's activities.
Destruction of the nasal septum or supporting cartilage. Previous direct or surgical trauma directly affects the structural integrity of the support leading to a collapse in the middle part of the nasal bridge
Learn to examine peripheral blood vessels or limb vessels mainly to know how to examine and detect the symptoms of peripheral vascular diseases.
Up to 80% of the total number of patients is superficial burns, occupying less than 20% of the body skin area. For this type of burn, the treatment is very simple
Anaesthesia is a special treatment, it makes the patient sleep, does not cause pain, does not fear, does not remember anything about the operation.
If the patient has been sick for a long time, has come back again, has to be hospitalized many times, this time the patient is hospitalized with the same expression as always before the appearance
Bowel obstruction is a very common surgical emergency in abdominal emergencies, second only to appendicitis. There are many different causes of intestinal obstruction.
Bleeding in the natural compartments, but the blood does not flow out. In the case of pericardial effusion does not cause bleeding syndrome but acute compression of the heart
The front drawer test is to check the stability of the front cross ligaments of the knee. Doctors can use them, along with imaging and other tests, to determine if a previous cross-ligament injury and recommend treatment options.
However, patients are often unable to accurately describe symptoms because they are often anxious
In case of rupture of anterior cross ligament, tibial plateau protrudes anteriorly and when a posterior cross ligament ruptures, tibial plateau falls back.
An apparent longer leg, or unequal function, can occur at any point, from the ileum to the lowest edge of the foot, for a number of reasons.
Deformation of boutonnière can develop secondary to trauma or progress secondary to arthritis. This term is used to describe the patient's finger exhibiting a pathological flexion in the joint.