what is a corticated osseous fragment in the shoulder?

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9.5% fragmentation means that some of your files are not allocated in contiguous sectors, so it takes a little longer to load them when required. But you could have 100 fragments and it would take only 2 seconds longer. Defragmenting is advertised as a way to speed up your computer but I have never ...

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Frozen Shoulder, or adhesive capsulitis, is a very real diagnosis, and a very difficult one to alleviate. Physical Therapy can help when the shoulder is in the thawing phase, but it is unclear if a physical therapist can make a huge difference when the shoulder is in the freezing phase.

Answered: Side effects of shoulder Surgery

Because you are a diabetic make sure you talk with your doctor...and do all the physical therapy you can. If the muscle is indeed atrophied it could lead to a constriction of blood vessels and cause other problems. You don't need those problems.

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For a medical malpractice claim you can put several things into consideration. Compensation can include-if you decide to pursue it-not just medical bills but pain and suffering, lost wages, or lost job opportunities. This article goes further into the possible types of compensation and lists more ...
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Bad shoulders

CAll the doctors in your area and get a appointment, nothing we can do for you here. get your phonr book and make some calls.

Live alone..........how much help will I need after shoulder surgery?

Ask you doctor how long will you still be living with assistence. I believe that in a few weeks you will be able to live on your own like you used to. In any case, visit reference websites for further information about your present condition (like http://www.surgery.com). WIsh you all the luck!

Explain cortical blindness

CORTICAL BLINDNESS DESCRIPTION: : A term used to describe an apparent lack of visual functioning, in spite of anatomically and structurally intact eyes. The cause is assumed to be a lack of cortical functioning (i.e., the visual cortex of the brain is non-functionalj. Children with "cortical ...

Bruised shoulder

Bruised shoulder needs a daily good wound dressing until the 5th day.Polvidone antiseptic is usually applied.Leave the wound open after 24 hours to facilitate fast healing.Exercise of any form can be done as long as the patient is comfortable with it. If patient is diabetic ,blood sugar must be ...