subluxation


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sub·lux·a·tion

 (sŭb′lŭk-sā′shən)
n.
Incomplete or partial dislocation of a bone in a joint.

sub•lux•a•tion

(ˌsʌb lʌkˈseɪ ʃən)

n.
partial dislocation, as of a joint.
[1680–90; < New Latin subluxātiō; see sub-, luxate, -tion]
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Noun1.subluxation - partial displacement of a joint or organ
luxation - displacement or misalignment of a joint or organ
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sub·lux·a·tion

a. subluxación, dislocación incompleta.

subluxation

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Temporal and Upper Subluxation of the Lens as well as Enlarged Axial Diameter of the Eye
(18-19) The distal SA obstruction will redirect more blood into the cranium, which is quite unfortunate if the IJVs are blocked from poor posture and/or anterior subluxation of the C1, resulting in a significant imbalance between arterial inlet volume and venous drainage, with subsequent BICH.
Caption: Figure 1: Hallux valgus and subluxation of the proximal interphalangeal (PIP) joint of the toes, varicose veins, and paperlike skin in our patient.
The primary outcome measurement was set as the pain intensity of the shoulder, and the secondary outcome measurements included the magnitude of subluxation, active range of motion (AROM), and muscle activity of the shoulder.
3D CT showed anterior subluxation of the right C1-C2 facet (Figures 1(c) and 1(d)), and a C2 facet deformity had not appeared.
The most used and recommended surgical procedures, with or without atlantoaxial subluxation, are the combination of spinal canal decompression by laminectomy and a posterior C1-C2 or occipitocervical fixation with transarticular screws, without removal of the intracanal ROP [2].
This study included 88 patients, with cervical injury confirmed radiologically exhibiting subluxation that was not reduced after cervical traction.
Treatment of shoulder subluxation includes the use of shoulder supports and neuromuscular electrical stimulation (NMES).
In addition to the AC joint subluxation and coracoid fracture, a fracture of the transverse process of the right fifth lumbar vertebra was detected.
Mathews, "Atlanto-axial subluxation in rheumatoid arthritis.," Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases, vol.
Although the patient had arthrosis of the wrist joint with subluxation of DRUJ, the patient is doing fine with no impairment in functional daily activity and without change of occupation (Figure 3).