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  • Rehabilitation after Achilles tendon surgery

    Rehabilitation after Achilles tendon surgery

    The general process of rehabilitation training for Achilles tendon rupture, the main premise of rehabilitation is: safety first, rehabilitation exercise according to their own proprioception. The first stage a...
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  • The History of Shoulder Replacement

    The History of Shoulder Replacement

    The concept of artificial shoulder replacement was first proposed by Themistocles Gluck in 1891. The artificial joints mentioned and designed together include hip, wrist, etc. The first shoulder replacement surgery was performed on a patient in 1893 by French surgeon Jul...
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  • What is Arthroscopic Surgery

    What is Arthroscopic Surgery

    Arthroscopic surgery is a minimally invasive procedure performed on the joint. An endoscope is inserted into the joint through a small incision, and the orthopedic surgeon performs inspection and treatment based on the video images returned by the endoscope. The advantag...
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  • Supra-molecular fracture of humerus,a common fracture in children

    Supra-molecular fracture of humerus,a common fracture in children

    Supracondylar fractures of the humerus are one of the most common fractures in children and occur at the junction of the humeral shaft and the humeral condyle. Clinical Manifestations Supracondylar fractures of the humerus are mostly children, and local pain, swelling, t...
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  • Prevention and treatment of sports injuries

    Prevention and treatment of sports injuries

    There are many types of sports injuries, and sports injuries to different parts of the human body are different for each sport. In general, athletes tend to have more minor injuries, more chronic injuries, and fewer severe and acute injuries. Among the chronic minor inju...
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  • Seven Causes of Arthritis

    Seven Causes of Arthritis

    With the increase of age, more and more people are trapped by orthopedic diseases, among which osteoarthritis is a very common disease. Once you have osteoarthritis, you will experience discomfort such as pain, stiffness, and swelling in the affected area. So, why do you...
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  • Meniscus Injury

    Meniscus Injury

    Meniscus injury is one of the most common knee injuries, more common in young adults and more men than women. The meniscus is a C-shaped cushioning structure of elastic cartilage that sits between the two main bones that make up the knee joint. The meniscus acts as a cus...
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  • PFNA internal fixation technique

    PFNA internal fixation technique

    PFNA internal fixation technique PFNA (Proximal Femoral Nail Antirotation), the proximal femoral anti-rotation intramedullary nail. It is suitable for various types of femoral intertrochanteric fractures; subtrochanteric fractures; femoral neck base fractures; femoral ne...
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  • Detailed Explanation of Meniscus Suture Technique

    Detailed Explanation of Meniscus Suture Technique

    shape of the meniscus Inner and outer meniscus. The distance between the two ends of the medial meniscus is large, showing a "C" shape, and the edge is connected to the joint capsule and the deep layer of the medial collateral ligament. The lateral meniscus is "O" shaped...
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  • Hip replacement

    Hip replacement

    An artificial joint is an artificial organ designed by people to save a joint that has lost its function, thus achieving the purpose of relieving symptoms and improving function. People have designed various artificial joints for many joints according to the characterist...
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  • Total knee joint prostheses are classified in various ways according to different design features.

    Total knee joint prostheses are classified in various ways according to different design features.

    1. According to whether the posterior cruciate ligament is preserved According to whether the posterior cruciate ligament is preserved, the primary artificial knee replacement prosthesis can be divided into posterior cruciate ligament replacement (Posterior Stabilized, P...
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  • Today I will share with you how to exercise after leg fracture surgery

    Today I will share with you how to exercise after leg fracture surgery

    Today I will share with you how to exercise after leg fracture surgery. For a leg fracture, an orthopedic distal tibia locking plate is implanted, and strict rehabilitation training is required after the operation. For different periods of exercise, here is a brief descr...
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