The CSA and transvers diameters of patients at the tunnel inlet and the CSA, diameters, FR at the proximal
carpal tunnel, VB and CSA, diameters, SR at the distal tunnel, LD1 and 2 were significantly larger than the control group (p<0.001).
Stable reduction of an unstable proximal
femoral fracture entails providing medial and posterior cortical contact between the major proximal
and distal fragment.
Por otra parte, los puntos de penetracion P4 y P5 de la parte proximal
del tercio proximal
; P5, P6 y P7 de la parte distal del tercio superior y todos los puntos de penetracion de la parte proximal
del tercio medio del mFL, ademas de los puntos P3 del tercio medio proximal
y P2 del tercio medio distal en el mFC no presentaron una cantidad suficiente de datos para analisis de diferencia estadistica.
One hundred and sixty-one consecutive patients who had sustained proximal
humerus fractures were prospectively tracked in a database following operative fracture fixation with a locking plate.
In the review of Hersekli et al., (9) three cases having the diagnosis of peroneal nerve palsy due to synovial cyst of proximal
tibiofibular joint were presented.
Hemangioma involving the proximal
ulna is extremely rare; however, a radiologist should be aware and consider this entity in the differential diagnosis of a medullary based, expansile, osteolytic lesion with soap-bubble appearance affecting a long tubular bone, particularly on CT and MRI.
In addition to the static forces placed on the proximal
femur, this region experiences increased stress secondary to the multiple muscular attachments in the region, which include the lateral hip abductors, medial hip adductors, the iliopsoas, and short external rotators.
Regardless of indication for colonoscopy, adenomas were more often detected in proximal
segments compared with distal segments for all indications (Table 2) (Figure 2).
Plain radiography showed that the angle between the proximal
growth plate and the distal articular surface of the proximal
phalanx was 29[degrees] on the affected side compared with 5.5[degrees] on the contralateral noninjured side (Figure 3).
A partial avulsion can reduce pain and morbidity, and can be done by two different methods: the partial proximal
avulsion, and the "trap door" avulsion.
The two groups were different in terms of aorto-iliac anatomy, as patients of group A had a proximal
aortic neck which was affected by a greater presence of thrombus (thrombus thickness: 7.2[+ or -]1 mm vs.
All the patients had 12-lead ECG followed by coronary angiography (gold standard) for the detection of LAD occlusion proximal