It has been reported that between 1.3% and 30% of the patients with implant have developed capsular contractures
. Approximately 92 percent of contracture
occur within the first 12 months after surgery.
It has been used to resurface whole palm defects and thumb contractures
but its utility for digital resurfacing has yet to be fully exploited .
The most common musculoskeletal complications among patients with linear morphea were arthralgias (20%) and joint contractures
(17%), followed by other musculoskeletal complications (15%), leg length discrepancy (5%), and arthritis (2%).
Affected individuals show severe muscle weakness soon after birth, develop stiff joints (contractures
) in their knees and elbows, and may have an unusual range of movement (hypermobility) in their wrists and ankles.
The patients are discharged from the hospital without any rehabilitation program, where they get bed sore, contractures
and deformities and the mobility and restoration for whole life becomes impossible.
or flexion contractures
are one of the most common problems faced among transibial amputees.
are one of the major areas of plastic surgery.
Main Measures: The following complications were assessed: urinary tract infection, pneumonia, pressure ulcers, joint contractures
, and deep venous thrombosis.
Moreover, scoliosis and/or contractures
were demonstrated in 6 of 38 children., In line with these observations, our study highlights that conspicuous limb myotonia, scoliosis, peripheral contractures
, and strabismus are nonnegligible features in children with skeletal muscle channelopathies [Supplementary Table 1] [SUPPORTING:1].
Awake flexible fiberoptic bronchoscopic (FFB) intubation is a wellrecognized airway management technique in patients with difficult airway , while its use in smaller children with burn contractures
or in an uncooperative older child may be challenging and necessitate inhalational induction technique [2,11,12].
2006 65, male Progressive fibrosis , Australia and contractures
of wrist, elbows, knees, and ankles; linear fibrotic cords Kim et al.
H syndrome (OMIM # 602782), first described in 2008, is a rare autosomal recessive genodermatosis which is multisystemic and is primarily characterized by cutaneous hyperpigmentation, hypertrichosis, hepatosplenomegaly, hearing loss, heart anomalies, hypogonadism, short stature, hyperglycemia (insulin-dependent diabetes mellitus), and hallux valgus/flexion contractures
. It is caused by mutations in the solute carrier family 29 (SLC29A3) gene.