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Prospective study of color duplex ultrasonography compared with contrast venography in patients suspected of having deep venous thrombosis of the Upper Extremities.
This affordable system offers excellent 3D image quality and provides the ability to view weight-bearing exams of lower extremities under normal load conditions, said Helen Titus, Carestreams Worldwide Marketing Director for X-ray & Ultrasound Solutions.
Pocket Atlas of Sectional Anatomy: Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging; Volume III: Spine, Extremities, Joints, 2nd Edition
Lower extremities consist of the foot, toes, ankle, knee, shin, and thighs, while upper extremities include the shoulder, hand, elbow, forearm, wrist, and fingers.
The culmination of this merger marks a significant milestone for our company, creating the premier, high-growth extremities-biologics company uniquely positioned with leading technologies and specialized sales forces in three of the fastest growing areas of orthopedics--upper extremities, lower extremities and biologies," said Robert Palmisano, president and CEO of Wright.
In this study, 116 extremities of 58 patients who applied to the electrophysiology laboratory of Ankara Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Training and Research Hospital with the pre-diagnosis of CTS between April 2011 and December 2011 and who had CTS, electrophysiologically detected, in at least one extremity in accordance with the criteria of the study were considered.
has completed the previously announced acquisition of OrthoPro LLC, adding it to the bank along with Solana Surgical LLC, both of which are high-growth extremities companies.
Low extremities are more frequently affected in patients with diabetes mellitus duration more than 5 years.
Diabetic neuropathy affects the lower extremities in three ways: sensory, motor, and autonomic.
Research collaboration between the Massachusetts General Hospital (Boston, MA) and Finnish Planmed Oy is studying the benefits and value of 3D imaging options of CBCT technology for imaging of extremities, it was announced recently.
Introduction: The purpose of this study was to examine the outcome of acute arterial traumatic injuries in upper extremities (UE) compared to lower extremities (LE) and blunt compared to penetrating trauma.
AIS scores were used to identify injury to any of the eight body regions: head, face, neck, thorax, abdomen, spine, upper extremities, and lower extremities.