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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28329617/extensive-unilateral-nevus-comedonicus-without-genetic-abnormality
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Anca Chiriac, Luminita Paduraru, Gorduza Vlad Eusebiu, Constantine A Stratakis, Christos C Zouboulis
Nevus comedonicus is considered a genodermatosis characterized by the presence of multiple groups of dilated pilosebaceous orifices filled with black keratin plugs, with sharply unilateral distribution mostly on the face, neck, trunk, upper arms. Lesions can appear at any age, frequently before the age of 10 years, but they are usually present at birth. We present a 2.7-year-old girl with a very severe form of nevus comedonicus. She exhibited lesions located initially at the left side of the body with a linear characteristic, following Blascko lines T1/T2, T5, T7, S1 /S2, but progressively developed lesions on the right side of the scalp and left gluteal area...
September 15, 2016: Dermatology Online Journal
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28321422/autologous-tenocyte-injection-for-the-treatment-of-chronic-recalcitrant-gluteal-tendinopathy-a-prospective-pilot-study
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Thomas A Bucher, Jay R Ebert, Anne Smith, William Breidahl, Michael Fallon, Tao Wang, Ming-Hao Zheng, Gregory C Janes
BACKGROUND: Gluteal tendinopathy is a common cause of lateral hip pain, and existing conservative treatment modalities demonstrate high symptom recurrence rates. Autologous tenocyte injection (ATI) is a promising cell therapy that may be useful for the treatment of gluteal tendinopathy. PURPOSE: To investigate the safety and effectiveness of ATI, specifically in patients with chronic recalcitrant gluteal tendinopathy. STUDY DESIGN: Case series; Level of evidence, 4...
February 2017: Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28321356/island-posterior-thigh-flap-revisited-in-covering-extensive-sacral-wounds-our-experience-with-two-patients
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F Nangole Wanjala, Ajujo Martin
Deep sacral wounds are best covered by flaps. Posterior thigh flaps have routinely been used to cover such wounds. The flap can however be modified as an island flap. Two patients with extensive sacral wounds were managed with island posterior thigh flaps. Both patients were admitted secondary to road traffic accident with subsequent soft tissue loss of the sacral area. The sacral defects in both patients were approximately 17 cm by 23 cm in dimensions. Unilateral island posterior thigh flap was raised and used to cover the wounds...
2017: Case Reports in Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28320887/hip-region-muscular-dystrophy-and-emergence-of-motor-deficits-in-dysferlin-deficient-bla-j-mice
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Nadia Nagy, Randal J Nonneman, Telmo Llanga, Catherine F Dial, Natallia V Riddick, Tom Hampton, Sheryl S Moy, Kimmo K Lehtimäki, Toni Ahtoniemi, Jukka Puoliväli, Hillarie Windish, Douglas Albrecht, Isabelle Richard, Matthew L Hirsch
The identification of a dysferlin-deficient animal model that accurately displays both the physiological and behavior aspects of human dysferlinopathy is critical for the evaluation of potential therapeutics. Disease progression in dysferlin-deficient mice is relatively mild, compared to the debilitating human disease which manifests in impairment of particular motor functions. Since there are no other known models of dysferlinopathy in other species, locomotor proficiency and muscular anatomy through MRI (both lower leg and hip region) were evaluated in dysferlin-deficient B6...
March 2017: Physiological Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28320364/the-weight-of-pupils-schoolbags-in-early-school-age-and-its-influence-on-body-posture
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Anna Brzęk, Tarja Dworrak, Markus Strauss, Fabian Sanchis-Gomar, Ibtissam Sabbah, Birgit Dworrak, Roman Leischik
BACKGROUND: Postural development progresses through a series of stages (growth spurts, development of balance and coordination, postural stability) which occur when children are at school age. The reduction in the level of physical activity, increased body weight, overloaded school bags, asymmetry of the backpack straps, the method of putting on and taking off the backpacks and increased usage of electronic devices have negative side effects such as bad body posture habits. METHODS: A prospective cohort study in the group of 155 pupils at early school age 7-9 years old has been conducted...
March 21, 2017: BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28319272/gluteal-abscess-and-fistula-after-release-of-sacrospinous-fixation-sutures
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Simone Salimans, Leonie Speksnijder, Louwerens Vos, Mariska Shekary-Moonen, Jeroen van Bavel
Gluteal abscesses and fistula are rare complications after release of sacrospinous fixation sutures. The entire suture should be removed to prevent complications. Sacrospinous fixation (SSF) is a safe and effective procedure for the treatment of uterovaginal prolapse. The present report describes an abnormal complication of a gluteal abscess and fistula after release of SSF sutures. The patient provided written informed consent. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
March 20, 2017: International Journal of Gynaecology and Obstetrics
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28306581/spinal-cord-stimulation-treatment-for-persistent-pain-after-a-burn-injury-a-case-report
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Takeshi Kubota, Yuuhei Ishikawa, Rie Ishikawa
Spinal cord stimulation (SCS) is used to treat neuropathic pain, but there are no published studies on its use to treat burn pain. We used SCS to treat a 67-year-old man suffering from burn pain that could not be managed with high-dose opioids or adjuvant neuropathic analgesics. A trial of SCS markedly reduced the visual analog scale score for pain in the left lateral abdominal and gluteal regions. He underwent permanent implantation of a SCS and achieved an opioid-free state. This case suggests that SCS treatment is a therapeutic option for burn pain refractory to conventional therapy...
March 16, 2017: A & A Case Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28302115/arthroscopic-release-using-f-and-c-method-versus-conventional-open-release-method-in-the-treatment-of-gluteal-muscle-contracture-a-comparative-study
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Saroj Rai, Shengyang Jin, Chunqing Meng, Nabin Chaudhary, Nira Tamang, Xiaohong Wang, Xianzhe Liu, Hong Wang, Shuhua Yang
BACKGROUND: Gluteal muscle contracture (GMC), a debilitating disease, usually starts in early childhood after variable dose of injections around the buttock, if left untreated it worsens gradually and persists throughout the life. Because the disease mostly affects adolescents and adults, there is always an aesthetic concerns. Purposeof the study was to introduce the arthroscopic F and C method of GMC release, and to compare its clinical efficiency with conventional open surgery in terms of clinical outcome, rate of complications, patient's satisfactions, and recurrence...
March 16, 2017: BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28300921/porokeratosis-ptychotropica
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Ana Carolina Franco Tebet, Tatiana Gandolfi de Oliveira, Anna Rita Ferrante Mitidieri de Oliveira, Fabiolla Sih Moriya, Jayme de Oliveira, Luiz Carlos Cucé
Porokeratosis is a skin disorder clinically characterized by annular plaques with keratotic borders resembling the Great Wall of China and histopathologically by cornoid lamellae. The disease has several clinical variants. Porokeratosis ptychotropica, which has recently become part of these variants, is quite rare and little known. The entity is characterized by verrucous plaques - which may resemble a psoriasis plaque - that affect the regions of the buttocks, most commonly the gluteal cleft, with or without extremity involvement...
September 2016: Anais Brasileiros de Dermatologia
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28294069/wallet-neuritis-an-example-of-peripheral-sensitization
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Md Abu Bakar Siddiq, Israt Jahan, Sam Masihuzzaman
BACKGROUND: Wallet neuritis is an example of extra-spinal tunnel neuropathy concerning sciatic nerve. Its clinical appearance often gets confused with sciatica of lumbar spine origin. Wallet-induced chronic sciatic nerve constriction produces gluteal and ipsilateral lower extremity pain, tingling, and burning sensation. It was Lutz, first describing credit-card wallet sciatica in an Attorney, surfaced on Journal of American Medical Association (JAMA), 1978; however, the condition has not been well-studied in various other occupations...
March 9, 2017: Current Rheumatology Reviews
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28291440/-gluteal-compartment-syndrome-developing-after-nephrectomy-and-incisional-hernia-surgery
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Mustafa Karakaplan, Gökay Görmeli, Mehmet Fatih Korkmaz, Emre Ergen
Gluteal compartment syndrome is a rather rare syndrome often leading to severe sequelae, sepsis, renal failure, and even death due to delayed diagnosis. Establishing early diagnosis is essential to prevent complications associated with ischemia. In this article, we report a 56-year-old male patient who developed gluteal compartment syndrome after incisional hernia and nephrectomy surgery in lateral decubitus position. Gluteal muscle insufficiency developing after fasciotomy and Trendelenburg gait improved within two years...
April 2017: Eklem Hastalıkları Ve Cerrahisi, Joint Diseases & related Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28289001/presentation-of-calcinosis-cutis-universalis-in-mixed-connective-tissue-disorder-an-encounter-during-hip-arthroplasty
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Munis Ashraf, Krishnanunni Gopikrishnan, Balaji Umamahesvaran, Senthil Nathan Sambandam
A woman aged 23 years with a diagnosis of mixed connective tissue disorder presented with left groin pain extending over 6 months. Workup revealed avascular necrosis of the femoral head (Grade 3) secondary to systemic lupus erythematosus and chronic steroid intake. An uncemented total hip arthroplasty was considered as the patient was only in the third decade of life. During the preop workup, careful clinical assessment had revealed multiple subcutaneous nodules affecting the extensor musculature limited to the gluteal region, anterior and posterior aspects of the thigh...
March 13, 2017: BMJ Case Reports
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28275573/endovascular-management-of-a-giant-symptomatic-gluteal-artery-aneurysm-with-selective-arterial-embolization
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Valentin Crespy, Olivier Chevallier, Joaquim Dominguez, Caroline Kazadjian, Eric Steinmetz, Pierre Pottecher, Romaric Loffroy
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February 2017: Quantitative Imaging in Medicine and Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28273627/ventrogluteal-versus-dorsogluteal-site-selection-a-cross-sectional-study-of-muscle-and-subcutaneous-fat-thicknesses-and-an-algorithm-incorporating-demographic-and-anthropometric-data-to-predict-injection-outcome
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Theresa A Larkin, Elfriede Ashcroft, Asmahan Elgellaie, Blake A Hickey
BACKGROUND: The dorsogluteal and ventrogluteal intramuscular injection sites both have their use in clinical practice; however, it has not been established in whom one or the other should be preferentially targeted or avoided. There is a need for an evidence-based approach towards site selection for a successful intramuscular injection outcome and to avoid unwanted injection outcomes of inadvertent subcutaneous injection or bone contact. Injection outcome is dependent on injection site subcutaneous fat thickness and muscle thickness; these are likely influenced by gender and anthropometry...
February 22, 2017: International Journal of Nursing Studies
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28273223/endovascular-therapeutic-options-for-the-treatment-of-aortoiliac-aneurysms
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Bernardo Massière, Arno VON-Ristow, Alberto Vescovi, Daniel Leal, Lea Mirian Barbosa Fonseca
About 20% of patients with abdominal aortic aneurysms have associated iliac aneurysms. Distal sealing during the endovascular treatment of aortic-iliac aneurysms is a challenge that has led to the emergence of several technical options to achieve this goal over the years. Internal iliac artery embolization is associated with the risk of ischemic complications, such as gluteal necrosis, lower limb neurological deficit, colonic ischemia, impotence and gluteal claudication. This article summarizes the technical options for endovascular treatment of aortoiliac aneurysms with different approaches to preserving the patency of internal iliac arteries...
December 2016: Revista do Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgiões
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28271273/the-blood-supply-to-the-sacrotuberous-ligament
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Jonathan Lai, Maira du Plessis, Candace Wooten, Jerzy Gielecki, R Shane Tubbs, Rod J Oskouian, Marios Loukas
Knowledge of the vascular supply associated with the sacrotuberous ligament is incomplete, and at most attributed to a single coccygeal branch. Our aim was to investigate the sacrotuberous ligament vasculature with a focus on its origin and distribution. We dissected 21 hemipelvises (10 male and 11 female). The gluteus maximus was reflected medially, and a special emphasis was placed on the dissection of the vascular and neuronal structures. All specimens exhibited several (1-4) coccygeal arteries branching from the inferior gluteal artery penetrating the sacrotuberous ligament along its length...
March 7, 2017: Surgical and Radiologic Anatomy: SRA
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28266001/composite-mesh-and-gluteal-fasciocutaneous-rotation-flap-for-perineal-hernia-repair-after-abdominoperineal-resection-a-novel-technique
#17
Marios Papadakis, Gunnar Hübner, Marzena Bednarek, Mohamed Arafkas
Perineal hernia is an uncommon complication following abdominoperineal rectum resection. Several surgical procedures have been proposed for perineal hernia repair, including perineal, laparoscopic and abdominal approaches. Repair techniques can be classified into primary suture techniques, mesh placements and repairs with autogenous tissue. We report a 68-year-old man with a perineal hernia, who underwent a pelvic floor reconstruction with a transperineal composite mesh and a gluteal fasciocutaneous rotation flap...
March 2017: Updates in Surgery
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28263673/demystifying-the-clinical-diagnosis-of-greater-trochanteric-pain-syndrome-in-women
#18
Charlotte Ganderton, Adam Semciw, Jill Cook, Tania Pizzari
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the diagnostic accuracy of 10 clinical tests that can be used in the diagnosis of greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS) in women, and to compare these clinical tests to magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) findings. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Twenty-eight participants with GTPS (49.5 ± 22.0 years) and 18 asymptomatic participants (mean age ± standard deviation [SD], 52.5 ± 22.8 years) were included. A blinded physiotherapist performed 10 pain provocation tests potentially diagnostic for GTPS-palpation of the greater trochanter, resisted external derotation test, modified resisted external derotation test, standard and modified Ober's tests, Patrick's or FABER test, resisted hip abduction, single-leg stance test, and the resisted hip internal rotation test...
March 6, 2017: Journal of Women's Health
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28263670/proximal-neuromuscular-control-protects-against-hamstring-injuries-in-male-soccer-players
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Joke Schuermans, Lieven Danneels, Damien Van Tiggelen, Tanneke Palmans, Erik Witvrouw
BACKGROUND: With their unremittingly high incidence rate and detrimental functional repercussions, hamstring injuries remain a substantial problem in male soccer. Proximal neuromuscular control ("core stability") is considered to be of key importance in primary and secondary hamstring injury prevention, although scientific evidence and insights on the exact nature of the core-hamstring association are nonexistent at present. HYPOTHESIS: The muscle activation pattern throughout the running cycle would not differ between participants based on injury occurrence during follow-up...
March 1, 2017: American Journal of Sports Medicine
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/28261939/comparison-of-fasciocutaneous-v-y-and-rotational-flaps-for-defect-coverage-of-sacral-pressure-sores-a-critical-single-centre-appraisal
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Gabriel Djedovic, Julia Metzler, Evi M Morandi, Tanja Wachter, Shafreena Kühn, Gerhard Pierer, Ulrich M Rieger
Pressure sore rates remain high in both nursing homes as well as in hospitals. Numerous surgical options are available for defect coverage in the sacral region. However, objective data is scarce as to whether a specific flap design is superior to another. Here, we aim to compare two fasciocutaneous flap designs for sacral defect coverage: the gluteal rotation flap and the gluteal V-Y flap. All primary sacral pressure sores of grades III-IV that were being covered with gluteal fasciocutaneous rotational or V-Y flaps between January 2008 and December 2014 at our institution were analysed...
March 6, 2017: International Wound Journal
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