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How do you reduce a Nursemaid's Elbow?
1.Apply pressure at radial head
2.Grasp wrist and apply traction
3.Suppinate wrist while flexing elbow 90 degrees
Most common congenital foot deformity
Metatarsus adductus
What's the first line Tx of Metatarsus varus (fixed deformity)
Ortho Referral
Serial casting followed by corrective shoes or inserts is the first line of treatment
what is the treatment for club foot (Talipes Equinovarus)
Serial casts
Surgery may be required
How does club foot look?
Inversion- Soles face each other
Plantar flexion c inabiliity to dorsiflex
Leg internal rotation
Kids with this condition prefer the "W" sitting position
Femoral Anteversion(MCC of toein in)
"Kissing patellae”
Running appearance “Egg-Beater”
Excessive range of internal rotation, but limited external rotation.
Femoral anterversion
Maneuver where the femoral head dislocates when you pull up on the femor then push down
Barlow maneuver
What is the treatment of DDH, Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip, during infancy
The Pavlik harness
Aseptic (Avascular) Necrosis (AVN) of the Femoral Head is known as?
Legg-Calve-Perthes disease
most common hip disorder in adolescents 11-15y (during pubertal growth)
Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis(fracture of the proximal femoral growth plate)
What body types are susceptible to SCFE
obese
the very tall
What is the treatment of SCFE?
Orthopedic Emergency
ORIF c spica hip casting x’s 6-8 wks
repetitive trauma causes partial avulsion of the patella tendon at its insertion on the tibia; this is known as?
Osgood-Schlatter disease
Condition where radial head is subluxed from the annular ligament
Nursemaid's Elbow
Deficiency of these can cause Rickett's
Deficiency of calcium, phosphorus, Vitamin D, sunlight