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  • Avascular necrosis

    The Xray here shows – Avascular necrosis of the femoral head with segmental collapse. Osteonecrosis (avascular necrosis/aseptic necrosis) occurs within the bone following loss of osseous blood supply. All cells within the area of affected bone die away; initially the organic and inorganic matrix are unaffected. It commonly affects patients in the third, fourth, or fifth decades…

  • Melorheostosis

    The radiographs show localized diffuse cortical thickening that is characteristic of melorheostosis.  The condition may be monostotic or it may involve many bones in one extremity (monomelic) in the distribution of a sclerotome.  Bone scans will show increased uptake at the site or sites of skeletal involvement.  Long tubular bones are most commonly involved.  Melorheostosis…

  • Blount’s Disease

    In blount’s disease, the knee is stable in full extension, but the medial femoral condyle may sublux posteromedially (into the depressed medial tibial plateau) at 10-20 degrees of flexion. This is called Siffert-katz sign. Blount’s disease is Infantile tibia vara

  • Orthopaedics

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  • Reviews Orthopaedics Plus

        Reviews and appreciation from you all have been so overwhelming over a period of time that it motivates me to work hard and give my best attempt in imparting orthopaedics as much as I can. Thanks you all for the support , love and wishes. God bless. Best Tushar