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Sonographic swelling of pronator quadratus muscle in patients with occult bone injury

Junko Sato, Yoshinori Ishii, Hideo Noguchi, Shin-ichi Toyabe
2015 BMC Medical Imaging  
Conclusions: Sonographic swelling of the PQ might be indicative of occult bone injury in patients with normal radiographs following acute trauma.  ...  The disarranged fat stripe of the pronator quadratus muscle (PQ) on radiographs (the PQ sign) is reported to be predictive of subtle bone fractures.  ...  ., Japan, which took charge of English proofreading of this manuscript.  ... 
doi:10.1186/s12880-015-0051-6 pmid:25880205 pmcid:PMC4374529 fatcat:eveijozk5vewxjd2mrmtg3px2e

Relationship of side dominance and ultrasonographic measurements of pronator quadratus muscle along with handgrip and pinch strength

Nusret Ok, Kadir Agladioglu, Harun R. Gungor, Ali Kitis, Semih Akkaya, Nuran Sabir Akkoyunlu, Fahir Demirkan
2016 Medical ultrasonography  
Aims: We ascertained effects of hand dominance in both right and left-handed volunteers on the thickness and cross sectional area (CSA) of pronator quadratus (PQ) muscle as measured by the axial and sagittal  ...  Hand dominance should be considered to compare healthy and affected sites during US of PQ while investigating for occult fractures of distal forearm or PQ atrophy due to anterior interosseous nerve injury  ...  may be a limiting factor during sonographic studies of PQ in patients with an acute occult bone injury in distal forearm [7, 9, 10] .  ... 
doi:10.11152/mu-75 fatcat:ie4alpwrhvdbzhyiuhdap2mkf4

Netter's Concise Radiologic Anatomy

Edward C. Weber Joel A. Vilensky Stephen W. Carmichael Kenneth S. Lee
2014 Zenodo  
Diagnostic medical images are now an integral component of contemporary courses in medical gross anatomy.  ...  Posterior descending artery, 194, 195 Posterior interventricular branch, 200 Posterior longitudinal ligament, 136, 137 Posterior papillary muscle,[198][199]  ...  In Grade 2 muscle injury there is more clearly visible disruption of muscle fibers with hemorrhage.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.5507220 fatcat:gdschmj73beufhbwnod57lnczi

Cryoprecipitate Transfusion in Trauma [chapter]

Barto Nascimento, Sandro Rizoli
2015 Encyclopedia of Trauma Care  
In the deep volar compartment, one finds the flexor digitorum profundus, flexor pollicis longus, and pronator quadratus.  ...  Influx of sodium and water leads to muscle cell swelling, which increases the risk of SMCS and further worsening of muscle ischemia and swelling.  ...  Hemorrhage is the major clinical problem and occurs in 10 % of patients as a result of extension of the ulcer through the muscularis mucosa with erosion Cycling Safety ▶ Bicycle-Related Injuries  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-29613-0_22 fatcat:at2tu63f7rdohavevbi3gy47wi

Competency [chapter]

Robert Grabenkort
2015 Encyclopedia of Trauma Care  
In the deep volar compartment, one finds the flexor digitorum profundus, flexor pollicis longus, and pronator quadratus.  ...  Influx of sodium and water leads to muscle cell swelling, which increases the risk of SMCS and further worsening of muscle ischemia and swelling.  ...  Hemorrhage is the major clinical problem and occurs in 10 % of patients as a result of extension of the ulcer through the muscularis mucosa with erosion Cycling Safety ▶ Bicycle-Related Injuries  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-642-29613-0_340 fatcat:2z4xl57bybfs7eu5cbcdt3yomq

Supplementum 236: swiss orthopaedics, 79th annual meeting

2019 Swiss Medical Weekly  
Methods: Soft tissue was removed from 17 forearm specimens (mean age 64.5), preserving the interosseous membrane, ECU, pronator quadratus, and TFCC.  ...  Supination torque of the injured arm averaged 8.34 Nm in 30° pronation and 10.26 Nm in 90° pronation, corresponding to a loss of 20.9% and 30.6 % compared to the uninjured side.  ...  Conclusion: The prevalence of bone bruise in pediatric patients with ACL tears is high, although slightly lower than what documented in adults.  ... 
doi:10.4414/smw.2019.20438 fatcat:fruhdz3hwre5td4osxvycvey5a

12th European Congress of Trauma and Emergency Surgery

2011 European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery  
One of these patients had an occult carotid dissection.  ...  of CT in alcohol intoxicated patients with head injury.  ...  We have already reported the adaptation of MIPO technique for this complex fracture [1] . This technique used the volar locking plate and left the pronator quadratus intact.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s00068-011-0115-4 pmid:26815576 fatcat:7gpi7gos5jc7fjkyyzx4okwfa4

Uhr Seite 1-30 Abstracts Sup 47.qxp 14

O Donati, C Reiner, T Hany, G Von Schulthess, B Marincek, D Weishaupt, Zürich, C Reiner, O Donati, T Hany, G Von Schulthess, B Marincek (+12 others)
2009 unpublished
fusion between 18F-FDG-PET and MRI in patients with malignancies of the liver and pancreas O.  ...  Fornix asymmetry was found in 7 (63.6%) of the 11 patients with HS, and 5 (71.4%) of these 7 patients had ipsilateral ventricular dilatation.  ...  An atypical intermuscular course of the median nerve between the brachialis muscle and pronator muscle was detected in 17% (10/60).  ... 
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