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Anterior cruciate ligament injury

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This injury is more common among athletes that take part in sports such as soccer, football, and basketball. Surgery may be required in case of such injuries, depending on the severity of…
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The Anterior Tibial Artery

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In the paper “The Anterior Tibial Artery” the author analyzes the functions of Anterior Tibial Artery and the inability to dorsiflex. The inability to dorsiflex can be related to the injury of tibialis anterior which is the main muscle in the anterior compartment of the leg…
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament

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The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is the major stabilizing ligament of the knee. Located in the center of the knee joint, the ACL runs from the femur (thigh bone) to the tibia (shin bone), through the center of the knee. …
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Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injury

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This research shall assess various cases and analyze each depending on its magnitude. This is because the prevalence of ACL injury has revealed that each case comes with its own uniqueness whereby some cases require surgery while others have shown that it is also possible for non-surgical responses…
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Assessment of Anterior Knee Pain due to Maltracking of Patella

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In view of the frequent problems involving the patellofemoral joint, it is interesting and remarkable that for much of the time, the articulating surfaces of this joint are not in contact with each other. While there is no bone-on-bone contact with the femur in full knee extension or while standing or walking on the level ground…
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Biomechanics and Physiology ( Rehabilitation of the anterior crugiate

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 In this term paper tells how postoperative rehabilitation is a major factor in the success of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction.  Also, there is talking about biomechanical factors which are also important from a prevention perspective…
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Use of the slit-lamp for anterior segment examination of the eye

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In my clinical placement in the Ophthalmology, I had a chance to examine a patient who presented complaining of decrease in vision. For confidentiality and ethical reasons, the identity of this patient remains undisclosed. …
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Use of forced eruption to enhance the Pontic site in the anterior maxilla

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Over time, periodontics has metamormphisized in order to provide functional as well as aesthetic results for patients. For any periodontal therapy, the main objective is the restoration of the normal health of the periodontium…
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The main aim of this study is to establish of the effectiveness of neuromuscular training to prevent of non contact anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury in female athlete (a systematic review)

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M., Jennifer, M. M. & Timothy, E. H., 2012. Evaluation of the effectiveness of neuromuscular training to reduce anterior cruciate ligament injury in female athletes: a critical review of relative risk reduction and numbers-needed-to-treat analyses. Br J…
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Acute Knee Sprain Assessment
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Being the largest joint in the body, the knee is extremely susceptible in certain individuals to injury from trauma,arthritis and degenerative changes.Being a hinge joint,the knee has a joint line that exists between the femoral condyles and the tibial plateaus…
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Radiography Skills
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This paper "Radiography Skills" focuses on the fact that a shoulder is said to have dislocated when the humerus head gets out of the glenoid cavity. Anterior dislocations are more common than the posterior dislocations. One can use different views to view different dislocations. …
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Multiple Cuts Medical Treatment
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The purpose of this study is to represent a description of a certain patient medical history and diagnosis and treatment process.The patient complains of multiple cuts on the left hand (dominant), and minor cuts on face and neck resulting from an alleged assault at home…
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Case Study Endocrinology

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1. Clinically, Jessica's growth hormone level in the blood sample was analyzed for symptoms of acromegaly which she had physically manifested. A high level of her growth hormone will be indicative of hypersecretion which has been found to be a pituitary gland somatotropic adenoma (Cook, Ezzat, Katznelson, Kleinberg, Laws, Jr., Nippoldt, Swearingen, and Vance, 2004)…
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Right Thumb Pain Child Treatment
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An author of the present writing seeks to examine a case study for medical treatment of a particular patient.  The patient was well until few hours ago when he was bitten by a stray dog while playing with other children in the neighbourhood…
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Learning Experiences 1 (Personal Training)

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It originates from the anterior surface of the clavicle and anterior surface of the coastal cartilage of the ribs. Its insertion is the groove of the humerus. It has intended action of internal rotation and…
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Biomechanical Laboratory
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This essay analyzes that metal interference screws can cause problems if revision is needed and can interfere with MRI. Bioabsorbable screws prevent these problems. They are made from different polymers and have different designs, which could influence their mechanical properties…
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Lab #7 and #9

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S., Mintun, M., Nichols, B.S.T, and Cohen, J. D. (1997). Anterior Cingulate Gyrus Dysfunction and Selective Attention Deficits in Schizophrenia: [15O]H2O PET Study During Single-Trial Stroop Task Performance. American Journal of Psychiatry, 154:1670-1675.
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Relative Indications and Contraindications for Bone Grafting
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In the paper “Relative Indications and Contraindications for Bone Grafting,” the author analyzes the defects in the anterior part of the maxilla which is a daunting task. One procedure that is being used by dental surgeons is the usage of autogenous platelet gel…
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Anatomy in MRI (Magnetic resonance imaging)
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Name: Professor name: University Name: Date: Fundamental Musculoskeletal Magnetic Resonance Imaging 1. What is a synovial joint? Ans- Synovial joint is a joint in which the opposing bone ends are covered in articular cartilage and separated from each other by a joint cavity containing synovial fluid…
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Structure in the Brain
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 This article analyses structure in the brain. Also, this article discusses the definition of the brain stem midbrain structure in the brain and cerebellum structure in the brain. The article considers the functions the medulla oblongata, the pons, the mesencephalon, the cerebellum, the diencephalon…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology Level
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The essay “Human Anatomy and Physiology Level” describes human anatomy. These directional terms used to describe precisely where one body structure is in relation to another when the body is in an anatomical position. Anatomical position is when the body is in a standing position…
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The lens is an excellent model for the study of fibrosis. Describe the evidence to support this statement
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The Lens as a Model for Fibrotic Disease Name Institution The Lens as a Model for Fibrotic Disease ABSTRACT Fibrosis is associated with contraction, cell transdifferentiation, matrix modification, and hyperprolification (Radisky & Przybylo, 2008). Evidently, fibrosis affects a number of organs…
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Crusiate Ligaments Sprain

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The knee joint is a complex structure that is susceptible to a variety of injuries through an individual's routine participation in athletic activities both professionally as well as on a normal fitness level and it is not limited to any particular age group although in some cases of older individuals it may be due to a degenerative process such as arthritis (Chester Knee Clinic).
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Controversay project
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Postural Image Controversy Analysis for the Reason of Choosing the Topic The topic that sounds so endlessly controversial is about the demographical differences about the health of young versus old and male versus female. The present paper will obviously tackle who among these groups are considered to have greater health…
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Human Anatomy and Physiology
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The term paper "Human Anatomy and Physiology" states that By studying the movements required for the execution of a kick in a football game, one can trace the various activities required to move three of the more common types of joints in the human body, etc…
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An Analysis of Articles Relating to the Lachman Test
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"An Analysis of Articles Relating to the Lachman Test" paper analyzes two specific articles about a physiotherapy method used predominately to treat athletic injuries. It critically assesses them, both of which are identified in the following section of the analysis…
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ORIF of the Tibia and Fibula
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ORIF of the Tibia and Fibula
An isolated fracture of either fibula or tibia is uncommon, although it can occur with a direct blow to the side of the lower leg or as an indirect injury such as a torsional movement, respectively. …
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Assignment
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A significantly low percentage (10%) of the injuries recorded annually, were low-severity injuries, and serious non- fracture knee injuries also remain relatively rare, recorded at…
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Delayed Suprachoroidal Haemorrhage
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In the paper “Delayed Suprachoroidal Haemorrhage” the author analyzes the suprachoroidal space, which is a dead space where choroid stays closely apposed to the sclera. Blood may accumulate in this space as a delayed complication following glaucoma surgery displacing choroid from its normal position…
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Painful Ankle Medical Treatment
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The writer of the following paper "Painful Ankle Medical Treatment" seeks to discuss a particular patient medical case study. The patient has been running after a cow that had broken out of the shed when his left foot got stuck in a trench and he fell spraining his left ankle…
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Transphenoidal Hypophysectomy
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Transsphenoidal hypophysectomy is a surgery performed by a neurosurgeon for pituitary tumours and the care for this patient involves an understanding of the functions of the pituitary gland in our body. It is called the Master gland and is indeed true as it controls the release of most of the body's major hormones…
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The arterial and venous blood supply of head, neck and upper limbs
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16 November 2012. The arterial and venous blood supply of head, neck, and upper limbs: This paper is primarily based on contemplating the phenomenally important arterial and venous blood supply to head, neck, and upper limbs…
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Argumentative Thesis

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In case there is irreversible damage infliction to this ligament, a surgery namely, Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction (ACL) is performed to replace the ligament. In ACL, a graft is used is replace the ligament and…
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Interdiction to Psychology
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As a volunteer at a local community center for older adults, you have often observed a group of adults walking in laps around the center or practicing tai chi. You wonder if these sorts of activities are beneficial for improving memory. Based on the research presented in this…
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HUMAN REPRODUCTIVE BIOLOGY QUESTION ASSIGNMENT
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Excess hormonal flow to target cells inhibits the producing sites to reduce secretion. Hormonal actions produce physiological responses that sometimes inhibit the further action of the same…
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Anatomy and Phisiology II Heart Disease
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The group of cardiovascular diseases is the permanent leader amongst the causes of deaths. By the assessment of CDC (Center of Disease Control) coronary heart disease and stroke make nearly 40% of all deaths in the United States. In other words more than 900,000 Americans die of coronary artery disease or stroke while more than 25% of US population suffering the cardiovascular disease (CDC, 2005)…
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Spinal Dysfunction: Maitland and Mulligan
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SPINAL DYSFUNCTION (name) (school) (date) Word count: 1606 Spinal Dysfunction: Maitland and Mulligan Lower back pain is one of the most common health problems encountered by adults. Waxman, et.al., (2000, p. 2085) discusses that it has a 60% lifetime prevalence rate among adults; and a single episode of lower back pain can mark an episodic incidence, and the progress of the pain or dysfunction to chronic status…
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MRI of the Elbow Joint
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This study "MRI of the Elbow Joint" looks into the composition of the Elbow joint. The paper also provides a comparison of two positions to obtain magnetic resonance imaging and gives answers to several questions related to MRI, for example about Carpal tunnel syndrome…
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Man is but a worm: Chordate origins
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Man is but a Worm Name Institution Course Date Man is but a Worm Chordates are organisms that derive their name as a result of a distinctive feature in their bodies known as the notochord. They are members of the phylum chordata, members of which possess certain features such as a dorsal neural tube, an endostyle, a muscular post-anal tail and pharyngeal gill slits…
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The Differences and Similarities Between Voluntary and Reflex Nerve Actions
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The researcher of this essay will make an earnest attempt to describe the differences and similarities between voluntary and involuntary actions or reflex nerve actions and briefly outline the structure and function of each endocrine organ…
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Ophthalamic Disorders Case Study
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This paper "Ophthalamic Disorders Case Study" will diagnose a particular patient, Mr. Ally’s case, explaining the reason behind the diagnosis and how to treat Mr. Ally. The discussion is represented in a form of questions and answers…
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Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

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The complex of signs and symptoms caused by compression of the brachial plexus and subclavian vessels in the cervicoaxillary region is known as thoracic outlet syndrome (TOS) (Yao, 2006). The diagnosis of TOS remains a challenge for the treating physician…
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Growth Hormone in Psychological Processes
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This essay analyses growth hormone and a vital role in psychological processes such as growth and metabolism. Growth hormone gets secreted by somatotroph cells located in the anterior pituitary gland. Growth hormone has two different effects on body physiological effects; direct and indirect…
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Biology with citation

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While running for a shorter distance, people usually feel pain and weakness in their legs. This is due to the build up of lactic acid, which is generally caused by the lack of oxygen in the…
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Breast anatomy and medical imaging for breast
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It is located between the second and sixth ribs over the pectoralis major. It is anchored onto the muscle with the help of the deep fascia and ligaments, the pectoralis fascia. The fascia is…
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MRI
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MRI Author Institute MRI Answer no.1. Elbow is the joint of the upper limb. It is located between the distal end of humerus and the proximal end of forearm. It connects the humerus with the two forearm bones, Radius and Ulna. The connection these bones form is known as the elbow joint…
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Exploring Human Eyes Conversion of Visible Light Into Neural Activity and Conveying of Visual Information into Visual Cortex
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This essay highlights the importance of human eye including its anatomy and physiology, and the mechanism by which light rays that enter in an eye are converted to images on the retina. Some defects of an eye are also mentioned in this essay these defects are associated with the increasing age…
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Rehabilitation for Runners
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Apply heat and use a heat retainer or shin and calf support after the initial acute stage and particularly before training. This can provide support and compression to the lower leg helping to reduce the strain on the muscles. It will also retain the natural heat which causes blood vessels to dilate and increases the flow of blood to the tissues.
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BIOMECHANICAL FORCES ACTING ON ELBOW( A STATIC ANALYSIS)

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The elbow joint is composed of the cup-like concavity in the head of the radius, the humeral head, and the capitellum that provides better…
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ACL Injuries Prevention, Rehabilitation and Risk factors
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Exercise program conducted thrice a week with three sets of repetitions. Patients are dividing into two groups. A desired goal of rehabilitation is…
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