symphysis


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Related to symphysis: Symphysis pubis, Symphysis menti

symphysis

[′sim·fə·səs]
(anatomy)
An immovable articulation of bones connected by fibrocartilaginous pads.
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In a study by Laughlin et al,12 the most common site of the fracture was angle followed by parasymphysis, body and symphysis which is in contrast to our study where the most common site of the facture was parasymphysis (40.
On pelvis X-ray PA view, a gap in the region of pubic symphysis was visualized, suggesting the diagnosis of PSD [Figure 2].
Two lines were created: one to resemble the anterior plane (from symphysis to ASIS) and another to resemble PT (from the bicoxofemoral axis to the center of the sacral plate).
Regarding anatomical location of mandibular fractures, 21 occurred at condyle, 4 at ramus, 59 at angle, 54 at body, 49 parasymphysis, 43 symphysis, and about cervical spine injury as shown in Table 2.
To the best of our knowledge, there is no report showing radiographic resolving after symphysis pubis injection.
Left sacroiliac dislocation and pubic symphysis diastasis were still evident despite the external fixation (Figure 2).
During a practice session just prior to presentation to the clinic, he executed a slap shot and immediately felt a sharp pain above the pubic symphysis and along the left inguinal ligament.
Anteriorly, a symphysis pubis rupture was made by cutting through the symphysis pubis, which was stabilized with a four- or five-hole plate placed on the cranial aspect of the symphysis.
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This pathology is called symphysis pubis diastasis (SPD), and epidemiological studies estimate a 2.