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In those with lower extremity lymphedema, a significant correlation was observed between the scale and its subscales and PCS-12 and MCS-12.
In the current study, nine hundred and eightyseven patients with lower extremity fractures treated surgically in the orthopedics department of our hospital from May 2012 to July 2017 were reviewed retrospectively.
All patients in the PSI group underwent knee joint CT and standing full-length lower extremity radiography 2 weeks before admission.
Total number of players who suffered from lower extremity injuries were n = 111 (45.49% of total players), of which 78 players (31.97% of total players) experienced at least one minor lower extremity injury (with < 28 absence days) and 33 players (13.52% of total players) suffered at least one major lower extremity injury (with [greater than or equal to] 28 absence days).
POCUS has been applied and studied in reference to a multitude of applications, and reports in the literature have shown and described its successful application to lower extremity DVT.
Glycated hemoglobin as a risk factor for lower extremity amputations in diabetes: success is counted sweetest.
Based on the above consideration, the purpose of this study was to quantify the contributions of lower extremity joint torques and the mechanical power of lower extremity muscle groups to further elucidate the loadings on hamstring and the mechanics of its injury.
Full-scale pedestrian cadaveric tests with vehicle front-end revealed that bone fracture and ligament rupture were main injury patterns in lower extremity injuries [3][10].
Effective 1 April 2016, the company's AMNIOEXCEL Amniotic Allograft Membrane (AMNIOEXCEL) will be considered for reimbursement coverage with appropriate documentation of medical necessity for the treatment of chronic wounds of the lower extremity, including both diabetic foot ulcers (DFUs) and venous leg ulcers (VLUs).
Our study was intended as a pilot study to evaluate the effect of implementing PRT on lower extremity stress fractures that could lead to discharge.
The topics include visceral de-branching with repair of descending thoracic and visceral aortic aneurysm, treatment of superior vena cava syndrome and central stenosis, lower extremity permanent hemodialysis access placement, digital and metatarsal amputations of the forefoot, and hip disarticulation.
The earlier lower extremity exoskeleton developed by University of Berkeley called BLEEX.

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