Data collected by the National High School Sports-Related Injury Surveillance Study, from 2009 to 2014, indicates cheerleading has a disproportionately high rate of catastrophic injuries (over 50 percent of all catastrophic injuries in female high school athletes), including skull fractures, death, cervical fractures or major ligamentous
injury, spinal cord contusions, paralysis, and severe head injuries resulting in permanent brain injury, compared to other sports.
Overall, 562 cases who were referred from the orthopedics department to the MRI unit within the radiology clinic of our hospital due to the preliminary diagnosis of meniscopathy or ligamentous
pathology between September 2007 and March 2009 were examined.
This paper reports a complete anatomical and microCT study of a non-archaeological sample; this allowed the study of a previously undescribed ligamentous
system joining the two halves of the BMC.
MRI could assess any associated ligamentous
and meniscal injuries.
The aim of this study was to investigate if the high-resolution 3T magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) can demonstrate the complex anatomy of the fingers and thumb, especially the tendons and ligaments, and provide the accurate diagnosis of clinically important fingers and thumbs deformity due to ligamentous
and tendinous injuries during sport activities.
injury occurred more frequently in unhelmeted riders (P = 0.04).
Whether from the procedure being performed (endometriosis surgery, hysterectomy, myomectomy for ligamentous
fibroids, salpingooophorectomy, excision of ovarian remnants, adhesiolysis), blood loss that obscures visualization and must be controlled, or use of energy for cutting, desiccation, and coagulation leading to potential lateral tissue damage, ureteral injury is a well-known complication.
(1) As a result, a PSCD may be misdiagnosed as a ligamentous
or soft tissue injury.
The differential diagnosis includes scaphoid fracture (especially considering exam findings of snuffbox tenderness), other carpal bone fracture, ligamentous
disruption without fracture, carpal bone dislocation.
anatomy of the carpus has been extensively described and is divided into extrinsic and intrinsic structures that link the radius and ulna to the carpus and provide intercarpal stability, respectively.
Traditional education, including reports from Salter and Harris, state that ankle injuries in skeletally immature pediatric patients are more likely to be physeal fractures than ligamentous