Orthopaedics

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Compartment Syndrome

Compartment Syndrome, is usually straightforward to pick up. How do we measure Compartment pressures? Below is a MacGyver...

Gilula’s Carpal Arcs

Gilula's carpal arcs are used to determine carpal alignment. They can assist in identifying ligamentous injury, dislocations and...

Smith’s Fracture Diagnosis and Management

A 15 yo male with a Smith’s Fracture. The patient had fallen onto his flexed left wrist during...

The ‘Lightbulb Sign’ doesn’t always mean a posterior dislocation

A 35 yo woman presents to the emergency department with a complaint of shoulder dislocation. There is a...

Elbow Fractures

How good are you at reading elbow X-rays? Here are some tools and rules that will help you...

Maisonneuve Fracture

A Maisonneuve fracture is caused by pronation and external rotation. It can be difficult to find, even if...

Flexor Tendon Sheath Infections of The Hand

Infection of the flexor tendon sheaths of the hand, represents a potential surgical emergency, due to these being...

Scapholunate Dissociation

Introduction Scapholunate dissociation, also called rotatory subluxation of the scaphoid and sometimes also known as the Terry Thomas...

Galeazzi Fracture

The forearm X-ray of a young man following a dirt bike accident are shown. Clinically he has a deformed...