Dr. Jorge De Las Heras Sotos
Hip pain are all annoying served on the hip or around it. It can be caused by a fracture, bone infection or joint pain or arthritis.
Bone tumors are growths of new bone tissue that develops through the progressive multiplication of cells. Such tumors are divided into benign and mal Bone tumors are growths of new bone tissue that develops through the progressive multiplication of cells. Such tumors are divided into benign and malignant tumors. Benign tumors are composed of cells of normal tissue, they are slow growing and do not invade neighboring structures. Malignant tumors the cells are different from normal tissue to grow rapidly, invade nearby structures and can be played remotely by metastases. As for the symptoms, the pain can be intense, localized bit. When symptoms such as weight loss, fatigue and fever appear, you have to think about the existence of a malignant tumor. Surgery is the primary treatment in most of the tumors and may be accompanied by chemotherapy and radiotherapy. ...
Flatfoot is the lack of normal arch in the foot because the tendons in the area are loose. The causes of this condition, which is not detected until Flatfoot is the lack of normal arch in the foot because the tendons in the area are loose. The causes of this condition, which is not detected until two years may be inherited or caused by aging, injury or illness. In general, flat feet do not cause pain when walking, but should always use a wide, comfortable and flexible shoe, which is well ventilated and have good tread to avoid discomfort. In cases where flat feet cause pain when walking, wearing orthopedic shoes or orthotics it is recommended. And in the most severe cases of flat feet you can opt for surgery to repair the tendon that causes lack of arch in the foot. ...
A foot fracture is a break in any of the bones of the foot (tarsus, metatarsals and phalanges). The injury occurs by direct trauma or excessive load A foot fracture is a break in any of the bones of the foot (tarsus, metatarsals and phalanges). The injury occurs by direct trauma or excessive load on the bone. The foot fracture causes pain, swelling, numbness of the fingers or toes, decreased range of motion, inability to walk comfortably, and lump or visible deformity over the fracture zone. Depending on the severity of the fracture, the patient should be operated or may be sufficient treatment with splinting or plaster. The metatarsal bones and phalanges can be welded in a period ranging between three to six weeks, but the tarsal bones take longer to heal, usually six to ten weeks. ...
The hip prosthesis is a major surgical technique involves the replacement of degenerate artificial hip joint. The characteristics of the materials used in this type of prosthesis allow similar to human joint mobility. To manufacture these implants used: various metals such as stainless steel alloys, cobalt, chromium and titanium; plastic, usually polyethylene, a durable and wear-resistant material which is friction. The replacement of the hip prosthesis is indicated in cases of osteoarthritis in the joint or of rheumatoid arthritis. After surgery, patients need crutches for the next month. The prostheses have limited life due to wear of materials. ...
Pediatric Trauma is a part of the Orthopedic Surgery and Traumatology in charge of musculoskeletal disorders of children and adolescents. Child Trauma specialists have specific training in orthopedic and trauma problems that affect children. The most common ailments are: hip pathologies, postural abnormalities, foot diseases, neuromuscular diseases, diseases of the newborn and infant and fractures with its aftermath. ...
Percutaneous surgery of the foot is a novel surgical technique for treating foot disorders consist of changes in bone or white fabrics. With this type of minimally incisive surgery, treatment of these pathologies is achieved with a minimal incision in the skin of two to three millimeters, while conventional surgical techniques with large incisions (or even the elimination of joints were demanding cases severe ). Some of the disorders most frequently treated by percutaneous surgery of the foot are: hammer toes, bunions, metatarsalagias, bunions, heel spurs, and other. Anyway, according to the severity of each patient, the doctor will evaluate which must ultimately if this technique is the most suited to treat their pathology. After the operation, the patient must use a type of shoe and wide rigid sole that reduces the load on the operated foot, so it is not advisable to operate both feet at once. ...
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