Lumbar Spine Pathology Foraminal Stenosis orthopaedic videos www.medilaw.tv Lumbar Spine Pathology Foraminal Stenosis orthopaedic videos. Shows a lateral view of a normal and a degenerate L4-5 facet joint during flexion--extension. Also shows a superior view of the L4 nerve root during the natural progress of L5 facet joint arthropathy leading to foraminal stenosis. INTERVERTEBRAL FORAMEN The intervertebral foramen is formed posteriorly by the superior articular process of the vertebra below and the inferior articular process of the vertebra above, anteriorly by the vertebral bodies and the intervening intervertebral disc, and superiorly and inferiorly by the respective vertebral pedicles. The intervertebral foramen provides a protective exit tunnel for the spinal nerve to leave the spinal c***. FORAMINAL STENOSIS Foraminal stenosis refers to narrowing of the intervertebral foramina. It is commonly caused by a degenerative articular process enlargement posteriorly, anteriorly by posterolateral intervertebral disc bulging and posterolateral vertebral body lipping (osteophytes), and superiorly by the vertebral pedicle that moves inferiorly with intervertebral disc dehydration and collapse during degenerative disc disease. Less common causes of foraminal stenosis are spine tumours and infections, an expanding cervical synovial cyst and synovial chondromatosis. Lumbar Spine Pathology Foraminal Stenosis orthopaedic videos RADICULOPATHY Radiculopathy refers to the symptomatic dysfunction of the spinal nerve roots in the spinal c*** or ...
Basic surface anatomy of the shoulder (posterior) Basic bony surface anatomy of the shoulder (posterior aspect)
Mitral Valve Repair of Complex Barlow's Disease From The Mitral Valve Repair Reference Center at The Mount Sinai Hospital, Dr. David H. Adams presents the case of a 73-year-old man with a history of mitral valve prolapse that has progressed to moderate to severe degree of insufficiency. He was referred for elective surgical intervention. OPERATION Complex Barlow Mitral Valve Repair (Size 36 Physio Ring Annuloplasty; Posterior Leaflet Resection with Commissure to Commissure Sliding Plasty, Gap Closure P2, P3; Correction of Anterior Leaflet Prolapse with Posterior Leaflet Flip Technique x 2; Gap Closure P2, P3)
Dental Implants Posterior Maxilla This is a video showing the placement of dental implants into a previously grafted posterior maxilla. This video is intended for professional audiences and is thus somewhat graphic in nature.
Posterior shoulder dislocation shoulder examination
CIRRHILABRUS adornatus - red fin fairy wrasse Short description Dorsal spines (total): 11; Dorsal soft rays (total): 9; *** spines: 3; *** soft rays: 9; Vertebrae: 25. Scales above lateral line to origin of dorsal fin 1.5. Caudal fin of females slightly rounded or truncate, double emarginate or emarginate in males. Males whitish to pale pink with two large triangular bright red blotches dorsoanteriorly on body and a broad red border on dorsal fin except posteriorly (some with a longitudinal row of small black spots near middle of fin); females red, shading to white ventrally on head and abdomen, with a black spot three-fourths orbit diameter posteriorly on side of caudal peduncle above lateral line Distribution Eastern Indian Ocean: known only from Indonesia (Sumatra and the Mentawai Islands)
Posterior shoulder dislocations (chronic) I have a problem whereby my left shoulder dislocates posteriorly. Ive had it for 4 years and it'll be corrected with surgery soon. Just for you to relate to and see what I go through. The video detail is a little unclear at times, but I tried.
Pube Shift Posteriorly After Treatment
posterior nasal packing ENT PMK demonstrate posterior nasal packing procedure with model by using tampon vasaline gauze
Right Knee Joint Pain Solution (not selling anything) Not bad enough for surgery. Went to a sport doctor and he recommended a cant in the shoe; didn't help. Could buy an expensive knee brace but then tried HOCKEY TAPE; WORKS GREAT :-) Hurts a bit taking off. Use finger to hold skin down close to peel area helps. Originally injured kicking a soccer ball before warming up by running. Irritated the knee so it swelled and would not bend by wearing heavy work boots, walking up stairs and ladders, running and walking. Swimming seems very good for it. Recommend buying .L-Glutamine to help ligaments. Some MRI Information of my right knee; The anterior cruciate is expanded and slightly increased in signal intensity in keeping with anterior cruciate cyst. There is moderate sized joint effusion.A few loose bodies; anteriorly and posteriorly. There is a meniscal tear in the posterior horn medical meniscus. Moderate chondromalacia identified medial compartment with small marginal spurring identified. There is moderate cartilage loss indentified along the medical femoral condyle.
Posterior Pelvic Tilt Exercise (www.apmt.us) This exercise demonstrates the posterior pelvic tilt, which helps to strengthen the muscles in the lower abdominal spine and stabilize the lower back.
Repair of Posterior Capsule Tear with Fugo Plasma Ablation...Impossible with any other technique ! Fugo Plasma Ablation allows an unprecedented surgical maneuver in the face of an inadvertent tear in the posterior capsule during cataract surgery. A surgeon can quickly plasma ablate the tearing edge and thereby remove the tear and thus stop the capsule from continuing to tear. This maneuver takes seconds and provides the patient with a primary posterior capsulotomy and a healthy capsule rim. Posterior Chamber IOLs can be easily placed in these strong capsule rims. This maneuver saves at least half an hour of surgical time and avoids the need to sew a posterior chamber lens onto the inner sclera or enlarge the surgical incision in order to implant an anterior chamber intraocular lens.
Chest Examination 4 Percussion of the Posterior Thorax
Pelvic tilt Pelvic tilt exercise, the context which the video will be used is with core stability exercises. The knowledge of a good pelvic position is important for every core stability exercise you perform. We will be adding more videos on how to contract the core muscles, as well as examples of exercises you can perform that has it's focus on core stability.
Posterior Shoulder Dystocia Animation Shoulder dystocia with right brachial plexus injury. Infant in ROA position with right shoulder becoming trapped posteriorly behind the sacral promontory. Excessive lateral and upward traction in effort to progress delivery results in over stretching and avulsion of cervical nerve roots on the right. Animation Created by Trial FX
Anterior and Posterior Drawer for the Ankle Special Test Orthopedic test for the ankle to confirm ligamentous injury.
Posterior Dislocation A reverse shoulder arthroplasty shoulder is dislocated posteriorly
Lesions Located posteriorly,Brice Gayet,MD. Laparoscopic Approaches: Indications and uses of Laparoscopy for Lesion Located Posteriorly ?,Brice Gayet,MD., Institut Mutualiste; Montsouris,Paris DVD 2 From the: International Consensus Conferece On Laparoscopic Liver Surgery, Novenber,2008,
Conjunctival "donut" from a posterior cataract surgery wound Video discussing the management of a posteriorly placed cataract surgery wound resulting in a conjunctival "donut" and chemosis. Author Thomas Oetting, MS, MD University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology Subscribe to our FREE newsletter
lap myomectomy-12 cm posterior wall fibroid -dr cv hegde,mumbai.wmv lap myomectomy for a 12 cm fibroid involving an initial subcapsular injection of a dilute solution of vasopressin,dissection in 1 plane whilst maintaining hemostasis followed by suturing with interrupted/horizontal mattress sutures
meniscus tear Posterior-horn Dr(Mr) Ram Venkatesh demonstrates for kneejointsurgery arthroscopic trimming of posterior-horn tear of medial meniscus. Arthroscopic skills in meniscal visualisation and obtaining a stable rim determine successful clinical outcome. .
Posterior Glide of Tibia on Femur
Posterior dislocated IOL - PPV, PFCL, sclaral fixation - Khaled Abdelgalil Shalaby, MD This patient was reffered to me after eventful cataract surgery. Dr Khaled Abdelgalil Shalaby, MD Al-Azhar University Cairo- Egypt Chief Vitreoretinal Service Dr Soliman Fakeeh Hospital Jeddah- KSA
Vitrectomy and removal of posteriorly dislocated IOL Removal of Posteriorly Dislocated Intra-ocular Lens and Replacement with New Posterior Chamber Intraocular Lens. This 70 year-old woman noticed sudden vision loss 2 years following cataract surgery. Her flexible lens implant had dislocated posteriorly. After a month, the intra-ocular lens was still mobile inside her eye. It was decided to remove the lens. There was enough capsular support for a larger, stiffer intraocular lens to be placed behind the iris in the "sulcus". This surgery was done under local anesthesia.
Spine Service - Posterior Cervical Decompression & Fusion Surgery Cervical spine surgery is performed to treat either nerve / spinal cord impingement (decompression surgery) or spinal instability (fusion surgery). Posterior cervical decompression & fusion operation helps to relieve pressure on neural or vascular structures. For more info on spine surgery check with the below website .au
Treatment for either anterior or posterior innominate Pelvis - treatment
XLIF procedure, placing the femoral nerve from the anterior position to posterior position Dr. William D Hunter from Gastonia, North Carolina performing an XLIF procedure. The nerve was found to be anterior position. It is safer to have the nerve placed posteriorly. This is a technique at which we can safely place the nerve in the posterior position. Once this was performed, the XLIF procedure can continue. The disc can be removed and the graft can be placed.
Pube Shift Posteriorly Pre Treatment
Posterior Drawer Test for the Shoulder The Posterior Drawer Test for the shoulder is an orthopedic technique used to help diagnose posterior instability of the shoulder. It is performed by trying to shift the humeral head posteriorly and is considered positive if painful or if patient is apprehensive of the movement. The verbal description of this test was taken from Clinical Skills Documentation Guide for Athletic Training by Amato et al.
Draining Mucopus along Middle Meatus towards The Nasopharynx in Ethmoids Sinusitis Anterior group of ethmoid sinus air cells drain into middle meatus while the posterior group into superior meatus. This video shows thick draining mucopus from right ethmoid infundibulum towards inferior part of hiatus semilunaris and heading posteriorly into the nasopharynx. Maxillary sinusitis also drains into middle meatus and follows similar path. Patient usually complaints of excessive phlegms (from postnasal drips), unexplained coughs, and bad breath smells (cacosmia). The presentations can be in acute or chronic forms depending on its onset and durations.
Baseer U. Khan, MD, FRCS(C): Technique of IOL Implantation for Iris Fixation In the past, the "moustache" technique of IOL implantation for the purpose of iris fixation in the management of aphasia has been described. The problem is that the haptics unfold starting approximately 5 mm posterior to the plane of the iris. This potentially drags vitreous with the haptics, increasing the risk for retinal detachment post-operatively. Here an alternative technique is shown. A dispersive VE is injected behind the iris to push the anterior hyaloid face posteriorly. A 3-piece lens is injected into the anterior chamber and the lens is rotated 90 degrees, the optic is then grasped with micro-graspers and held while a Kuglen hook directed the haptics posterior to the iris, while maintaining the optic in the anterior chamber. This keeps the haptics as anterior as possible.
12 Posterior Glide to Increase Shoulder Flexion and Internal Rotation
Antrocho*** Polyp This video shows a right-sided antrocho*** polyp which mean a benign dumb-bell shaped polyp which grows from the maxillary antrum which exits through its accessory ostium and extends posteriorly towards the nasopharynx. Larger polyp can be visualized posterioly by using postnasal mirror or even be seen in the throat behind the soft palate edge.
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Gastric Volvulus Findings in this case: 1) Mesenteric fat is seen to extend from the RIGHT upper quadrant into the chest. 2) There is a small amount of fluid present posteriorly within the mediastinum. 3) A nasogastric tube is present within the esophagus and a small of gastric fundus. There is contrast material within the esophagus and in this small segment of gastric fundus. No contrast material extends beyond a very narrowed segment. 4) The stomach is markedly distended with an air-fluid level present. 5) There are loops of intestine within the area posterior to the stomach and in the posterior mediastinum. When this is followed, this represents the transverse colon which has been rotated into the mediastinum with the mesenteric fat. 6) The antrum, the smaller of the 2 segments of the stomach which are dilated, lies to the LEFT of midline and can be seen to connect to the duodenum which is to the RIGHT of midline in normal position. 7) The larger of the areas of gastric dilatation lying centrally, inferiorly and to the RIGHT of midline represents most of the body of the stomach and fundus. Only a small amount of fundus is seen with the contrast material present as noted above. Diagnosis: Gastric Volvulus.
Implants in the Posterior Maxilla (Grafted) This is a video showing the placement of a dental implant in to the posterior maxilla of a patient, which had been grafted six months earlier via a Sinus Augmentation. There is an annotation in the video, showing the graft. Again, this video is rather graphic in nature and is intended primarily for dental professionals.
TALOCRURAL JOINT POSTERIOR GLIDE TALUS
Cervical Spine Pathology Foraminal Stenosis orthopaedic 3D animations www.medilaw.tv Cervical Spine Pathology Foraminal Stenosis orthopaedic 3D animations. Shows a lateral view of a normal and a degenerate C6-7 facet joint during flexion--extension. Also shows a superior view of the C7 nerve root during the natural progress of C7 facet joint arthropathy leading to foraminal stenosis. INTERVERTEBRAL FORAMEN The intervertebral foramen is formed posteriorly by the superior articular process of the vertebra below and the inferior articular process of the vertebra above, anteriorly by the unco-vertebral joints, vertebral bodies and the intervening intervertebral disc, and superiorly and inferiorly by the respective vertebral pedicles. Cervical Spine Pathology Foraminal Stenosis orthopaedic 3D animations. The intervertebral foramen provides a protective exit tunnel for the spinal nerve to leave the spinal c***. FORAMINAL STENOSIS Foraminal stenosis refers to narrowing of the intervertebral foramina. It is commonly caused by a degenerative articular process enlargement posteriorly, anteriorly by posterolateral intervertebral disc bulging and posterolateral vertebral body lipping and uncovertebral joint degeneration (osteophytes), and superiorly by the vertebral pedicle that moves inferiorly with intervertebral disc dehydration and collapse during degenerative disc disease. Less common causes of foraminal stenosis are spine tumours and infections, an expanding cervical synovial cyst, synovial chondromatosis and giant cell arteritis of the cervical ...
9224URO Individualized Management of Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction During... TITLE: Individualized Management of Ureteropelvic Junction Obstruction During Robot Assisted Laparoscopic Dismembered Pyeloplasty Objective: The surgeon performing robot-assisted laparoscopic dismembered pyeloplasties (RALDP) must have adaptability and knowledge of various pyeloplasty techniques. The surgery should be tailored to an individual patients specific anatomy. We present 3 illustrative cases of RALP. Methods: Digital video capturing is performed during all laparoscopic procedures. Video segments determined by the surgeon to have educational value are archived and later used to create educational videos. Results: The video highlights the standard maneuvers used for RALDP using contemporary laparoscopic and robotic techniques. Laparoscopic devices, such as bipolar electrocautery, ultrasonic shears, and Hem-o-lok polymer ligating clips, are featured. Nephroscopy for the management of nephrolithiasis at the time of dismembered RALP is highlighted. Variations in the management of lower pole crossing vessels are demonstrated using techniques of cephalad transposition and posterior transposition. We have performed 52 robot-assisted laparoscopic pyeloplasties at our institution of which 41 are RALDP. Lower pole crossing vessels were transposed posteriorly in 13 patients and cephalad in 4 patients. On postoperative lasix renogram after RALDP, 95.1% (39/41) of the patients had a normal drainage curve. All patients with cephalad transposition of the lower pole vessels had ...
Cervical Spine Posterior Discectomy Micro-discectomy medical legal animations www.medilaw.tv Cervical Spine Posterior Discectomy Micro-discectomy medical legalanimations. Illustrates the surgical technique for performing a posterior cervical discectomy, also known as a cervical microdiscectomy. This procedure is used to remove part of an intervertebral disc that is compressing the spinal cord or a nerve root. Also shown is the patient position, skin preparation and incision, the surgical approach, foraminotomy, the removal of the pathological disc material fragment and then finally wound closure. Cervical Spine Posterior Discectomy Micro-discectomy medical legal animations. A Posterior Discectomy, also known as a posterior foraminodiscectomy, is a procedure that removes part of an inter-vertebral disc that has herniated postero-laterally or posteriorly and is causing symptoms. Cervical disc herniations are very common and often do not cause any symptoms. An acute disc herniation can cause symptoms such as arm pain, numbness, pins and needles, and weakness. The size of the herniation is not related to the amount of arm pain or symptoms. Usually these symptoms will improve without surgery in six to twelve weeks. If the symptoms are not controlled after six to twelve weeks of conservative treatments, then your surgeon will consider operating. A posterior discectomy aims to relieve pressure on the spinal nerve and reduce the resulting arm symptoms. A posterior discectomy can not repair the disc nor relieve the neck pain caused by a damaged disc. A disc ...