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Dr. Arun Prasad

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Diagnosis of flexion deformity

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Dr. Naveen Kumar Sharma MD

% extension. The doctor says it's fixed flexion deformity (about 5 to 10%). This reduces to some extent immediately post physiotherapy, but the deformity comes back. The doctor diagnosed this as... View answer

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Dr.    Sudhir Kumar MD

an elderly male patient aged 57yrs presented with limping & deformity of left lower limb for last ... replacement , his xray i am uploading, what is the probable diagnosis & management? ... View answer

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Dr. Aashish Raghu MD

films). Before you go the differential diagnosis route, all labs, imaging, and neurological tests are absent leads to other diagnosis (Worked up by Rheum , Neuro, etc). I have MFPS and my question ... View answer

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Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

seems to have a rotational deformity to both lower extremities leading to increase shear forces ... on the left. • The tibial torsion measures 44 degrees bilateral. Diagnosis • Bilateral femoral retroversion ... View answer

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Dr. Praveen Tayal MD

on it during physiotherapy. They re calling this flexion deformity . She s also having a lot of pain ... View answer

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Dr. Sandeep V MD

hi, i fractured my right 5th finger, a surgery was performed which lead to fixed flexion deformity. i had to go in for a second surgery 8 weeks ago involving tendonlysis and removal of screw. however ... View answer

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Dr. Prakash H Muddegowda MD

are leading to mild flexion deformity what treatment can be done ... View answer

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Dr.   Sudhir Kumar MD

Hallo sir my brother is 10yrs old suffering csf intensity we ll defined lesion in middle posterior fossa posterior to cerebellum it measure about 39/38/19mm.key hole deformity noted at the interior part ... View answer

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Dr.  Sunil Kumar Nookala MD

been chewing a lot. My face is getting deformed . Could it be because of the tb I had or it s something ..., penicillin,bacterium etc What s your diagnosis or advice ... View answer

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loss, knee psoriasis , toenail deformity , night sweat , hypertension , varicos vein , etc ) after ... View answer

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