Cubitus


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Cubitus

An ancient Roman unit of length approximately equivalent to 444 millimeters.
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It is concluded that in the cubitus varus, the mechanical axis, the olecranon, and the triceps axis are displayed medially.
Untreated displaced fractures usually result in non-union with cubitus varus deformity.
No long-term complication, except the cosmetic deformity of cubitus varus was reported -- 12 in group II and three in group I.
Cubitus varus deformity of humerus correction with modified lateral closed wedge Osteotomy.
In 3 patients, infection resolved with oral antibiotics and in4 patients infection resolved after removal of K-wires.No patient had a clinically evident cubitus varus deformity, elbow hyperextension, or loss of motion at the time of the last clinical visit.
Intercubitus somewhat shorter than abscissa of cubitus between intercubitus and second recurrent vein.
Pei, "Application of computer-aided design osteotomy template for treatment of cubitus varus deformity in teenagers: a pilot study," Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, vol.
____________________ How long have you been playing at a school/junior provincial level:___ Angles Right Left Shoulder internal rotation Shoulder external rotation Cubitus angle Ulnar deviation Q-angle TRAINING HISTORY 1.
bifidus with only a slight anteriolateral expansion, cubitus anterior 2 of the forewing is piceous in T.
We placed 22 anatomical and technical markers on the participants (anatomical markers: one on the forehead, the chin, the sternum, the seventh cervical vertebra [C7], and the third lumbar vertebra [L3]; two on the acromions, the temples, the styloid process of the radius and cubitus, and the metacarpals of the auricular and index.