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According to the radiologist, you have a torn labrum, known as a SLAP tear. this stands for superior labrum anterior...
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Unfortunately, I cannot offer diagnoses online by revieing your MRI's. I suggest you speak to the physician that orde...
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Unfortunately, it seems like pain management may be your best answer at this point. Contact your local hospital for a...
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See an orthopedic surgeon immediately. If your coccyx is truly rotated 60 degrees, this should be seen and evaluated.
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The TFCC includes cartilage, tendons, and ligaments. The ulna plus variance is not the result of an injury, it is a n...
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You can expect your doctor to ask you questions regarding your history, your symptoms, and the causes of your pain. ...
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Post operative protocols vary from surgeon to surgeon. Each surgeon develops protocols that work best for them, Del...
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After a period of immobilization, I seen significant soft tissue swelling once weight bearing and motion are restarte...
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The bb may be working its way out of the bone and causing symptoms. However it is possible that your symptoms have n...
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Unusual, but not unheard of. I suggest you check with her treating surgeon, or her primary care physician for more d...
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