Plain radiographs of the pelvis may reveal enthesophyte formation in cases of chronic tendinopathy or bony avulsion
in cases of acute injury.
fractures of the sublime tubercle of the ulna have been reported in throwing athletes with chronic medial elbow pain, although these are much less common than injuries to the ulnar collateral ligament complex.
4), (5), (7) In this case, we report a previously unreported complication, which was penile skin avulsion
, in a case of self-circumcision performed by a razor blade.
The majority had drawn upon the law of avulsion
, though it had not even been considered by the district court.
In 1995, Sataloff et al reported a case of misdiagnosed vocal fold avulsion
in a patient who had sustained a clothesline-type injury.
Supraclavicular rupture or avulsion
accounts for about 70% of brachial plexus injuries and among these the upper roots are involved 70% of the time.
X-rays showed an avulsion
fracture of the cuboid bone in her right foot.
These modes are (1) extrusion due to marsupialization, (2) extrusion due to permigration, (3) extrusion due to infection and abscess formation, (4) extrusion due to avulsion
, and (5) extrusion due to any combination of the just listed failure modes.
Following traumatic avulsion
or malposition, there is a period of time during which a tooth can be successfully replaced in its socket.
If not promptly relieved, shoulder dystocia can result in stretching and avulsion
of the cervical nerve root in the child's brachial plexus, the undisputed cause of the child's injury in this case.
When a piece of bone is pulled away, it is known as an avulsion
This patient had a prior remote infrarenal aortic aneurysm repair, complete visceral debranching, and intraoperative/postoperative hypotension from significant intraoperative blood loss due to avulsion
of the left renal artery during debranching.