Tuberculous Arthritis in the Elbow Joint
in an Adolescent.
However, in this case, the flexion and supination functions of the elbow joint
were irreversibly inactivated with humeroulnar arthrodesis.
The strength at shoulder and elbow joint
and electromyographic (EMG) signals from pectoralis major (PM), anterior, intermediate, and posterior deltoid (AD, MD, and PD), biceps brachii (BB), triceps brachii (TB), and brachioraialis (BR) were recorded during each task (Figure 3).
(a) AP view of the elbow joint
showing subluxation of the radial head.
Conclusion: Elbow joint
is a commonly involved body part in the battle field resulting in extensive bone and soft tissue damage along with heavy contamination.
Preoperative X-ray (AP & Lateral) showing Ill-developed Medial Condyle of Humerus with Decreased Baumann's Angle & Posteromedial Subluxation of Left Elbow Joint
"As a pianist myself I have a keen interest in disorders which affect the hands, wrists and elbow joints
of musicians who often put in years of intensive playing, rehearsing and performing, which can take its toll on the joints.
Low-Level Laser Therapy was used for this patient as a therapeutic modality to rehabilitate and alleviate pain, to restore the traumatised right elbow joint
back to functionality.
An, "Biomechanical study of ligaments around the elbow joint
," Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, vol.
Keywords: Prosthetics, Bionic elbow, Artificial elbow joint
Daily tasks like typing or using a screwdriver could also trigger the onset of a tennis elbow joint
At the last follow-up session, all patients reported a painless, functional elbow joint
. Three patients suffered from a periprosthetic infection that was completely cured using the two-stage method.