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Chapter 13 shows you how you can manage the physical pain associated with endometriosis in The clinical hallmark of this type is congenital bilateral hip dislocation. The skin is moderately involved, with skin hyperextensibility, a velvety touch, and poor wound healing with formation of atrophic scars. Other features include easy bruising, muscular hypotonia and delay in gross motor development, kyphoscoliosis and osteopenia with wormian bones and sometimes a history of fractures.

Etiology Pathogenesis Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Basement Membrane Hypertension has been presumed to cause end-organ damage in the kidney, and hypertension undoubtedly accelerates progressive scarring of renal parenchyma, but the relationship of hypertension and arterionephrosclero-sis is not simple and linear In a large series of renal biopsies in patients with essential hypertension, arterionephrosclerosis was present in the vast majority, and the severity of arteriolar sclerosis correlated significantly with level of diastolic blood pressure 9.

However, in several large autopsy series of patients with presumed benign hypertension, significant renal lesions were rare 4,5.

Further, the level of blood pressure does not directly predict degree of end-organ damage African-Americans have higher risk for more severe end-organ damage at any level of blood pressure 2. In addition to evaluating the ABCs, much of the physician's initial attention should be directed toward the assessment of hydration status. Severely volume-depleted patients require immediate intervention, lest circulatory collapse be imminent. The abdominal, genitourinary, and pelvic examinations are often revealing.

Physicians should search carefully for tenderness, peritoneal signs, hernias, masses, and evidence of obstruction or torsion. The findings of a careful physical examination may point toward unsuspected causes of vomiting, such as bulimia scars on the dorsum of hands , pneumonia consolidative findings on lung examination , or Addison's disease hyperpigmentation. The rectal examination is important.

An anal fistula may be the only clue to Crohn 's disease in an otherwise healthy teenager with vomiting, or may demonstrate fecal impaction. Clinical features Last Updated on Wed, 06 Apr Breast Cancer Photographs of a patient with AIDS a shows perineal scarring after recurrent peri-anal infections and b a mouth ulcer on the hard palate, probably due to an opportunistic viral infection. Figure Photographs of a patient with AIDS a shows perineal scarring after recurrent peri-anal infections and b a mouth ulcer on the hard palate, probably due to an opportunistic viral infection.

Distraction Osteogenesis Last Updated on Fri, 02 Dec Facial Plastic The method of distraction osteogenesis for maxillofacial application is extrapolated largely from the experiences with long bone distraction.

First, division of the bone cortex corticotomy is required, preserving the medullary blood supply e. A latent period of up to 15 days shorter for younger patients is required for adequate callus formation and regeneration of central vessels and periosteal tissue. The external distraction device is connected to the underlying bones percutaneously via pins attached to a threaded bar for manual separation.

Internalization of the distraction device to avoid cutaneous scarring has recently been studied New bone formation occurs in -g Potential complications using distraction in the facial region include premature union, nonunion, elongated cutaneous scars, and patient intolerance of the device.

Even very minor movement, other than the controlled daily distractions, can lead to fibrous Finding of material e. Dirt under the fingernails could indicate the flailing of hands along a muddy bottom Fig.

Wrist scars or recent self-inflicted sharp force injuries on a drowning victim point toward suicide see Heading 3. Facial or scalp blunt trauma means ruling out underlying cranial and cervical spine trauma however, cutaneous injuries are possible when the victim assumes a head-down position and scrapes the bottom see Chapter 2, Subheading 3.

The absence of external trauma in an unwitnessed submersion does not mean that drowning is the cause of death MTP Stiffness after Weil Osteotomy Last Updated on Fri, 24 May Hallux Valgus 1 comment Contraindications of Weil osteotomy are trophic troubles with cold foot, very thin foot or cheloid scar tendency, or very anxious and young patient 2.

Weil osteotomy stiffness The best way to eliminate MTP stiffness is a large and harmonised shortening of the metatarsals with Weil osteotomy and if necessary with M1 shortening by scarf, as in this picture. Reversal of Hartmanns procedure Figure Last Updated on Thu, 11 Jul Diverticular Disease 34 comments The operation involves reopening the old laparotomy scar, taking the colostomy back into the abdomen, and joining the proximal end to the distal end of the colon.

The patient will then have two scars the laparotomy scar and the scar where the colostomy was in the left iliac fossa. These include revision total hip replacement with or without leg length adjustment periprosthetic femoral fracture access to and treatment of femoral cortical deficiency removal of extraosseous bone cement osteotomy of the femur to correct varus, valgus , or rotational malalignment and trochanteric repositioning or rotational, length, or offset improvement.

On the acetabular side, the slide approach facilitates bone grafting insertion of bilobed cups vertical relocation of the high hip center for developmental dysplasia, or girdlestone conversion and removal of heterotopic bone or excessive scarring. The flap usually has abraded skin and extends deep with attached subcutaneous tissues. The edges of the flap are usually irregular and fit together with adjacent wound edges, like a jigsaw puzzle. The survival of a rectangular-shaped flap is dependent on the blood supply from vessels that enter the flap at its base.

Survival of a flap is more dependent on its length and not the width of the base wide and narrow-based flaps survive equally if they are of the same length. Other factors that favor survival include the following 1 the presence of direct cutaneous arteries or veins coursing the longitudinal axis of the flap axial-pattern flap 2 location of the flap in the head or neck, where the vascularity is excellent 3 younger patients and those without diabetes mellitus or arteriosclerosis 4 location above the knee and not in areas of scar or previous exposure to radiation, which, especially in Clinical examination Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Breast Cancer An accurate and thorough clinical examination of the patient in general and also the particular joint or joints involved is essential to determine the cause of an arthropa-thy.

Clinical examination involves assessing the alignment and stability of the joint and associated soft-tissue swellings, including any effusion within the joint. Scars or sinuses suggesting surgery and infections must be noted. It is important to palpate for local temperature warm in case of inflammatory pathologies and hot in acute infections any bony areas for tenderness and to assess the range of both active and passive movements.

General examination must assess other joints involved as well as the musculoskeletal system, looking for signs that may confirm an inflammatory or infective arthropathy. The format most popular in orthopaedics is took, feel, move inspection, palpation, movements followed by special tests for specific pathologies suspected, neurological assessment, vascular assessment, assessment Surgical considerations Last Updated on Mon, 07 Mar Breast Cancer Limb amputations are generally carried out with a tourniquet however, prior to stump closure, the tourniquet must be released to make sure that all bleeding vessels have been carefully ligated.

Nerves must be carefully divided prox-imally so that they can retract into the soft tissues and will not be irritated by the scar at the tip of the stump thus neuromatous pain is avoided. In the closed amputation technique, which is used particularly in diabetics , skin flaps must be repaired without undue tension so as to avoid the possibility of postoperative sepsis and dehiscence of the stump.

Lichen Simplex Chronicus Last Updated on Sun, 22 Jul Emergency Medicine Hidradenitis suppurativa is a chronic scarring inflammatory disorder of the apocrine gland-bearing areas of the body. These glands are located predominantly in the groin, intergluteal cleft, vulva, and axilla.

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Hidradenitis suppurativa begins after puberty and is seen slightly more frequently in women. Multiple small trichoe-pitheliomas may be managed with dermabrasion or resurfacing lasers but recurrence is common.

Sebaceous hyperplasias can be eradicated with electrodesiccation or cryotherapy. Multiple cylindromas are difficult to manage because recurrence is the rule.

Figure A Postoperative result after excision of a SCC at the modiolus with resultant scarring and microstomia B and C defect coverage with a randomized rotational flap D flap in place E result after 9 months.

Since the circumcision site is circumferential in nature, the inevitable contraction of the scar may yield a progressive narrowing of the foreskin orifice. At some point, the narrowed foreskin orifice slides distally over the glans penis, entrapping it.

Further contraction of the circumcision scar may result in such a degree of phimosis that urine flow is obstructed. This phenomenon is more common in boys with prominent peripenile fat pads, particularly in boys with a retracted-appearing penis. These adhesions cannot be separated by blunt dissection, requiring surgical separation instead. They are Similar projections are used for the digits, except that the x-ray beam is centered over the digits. Actual or suspected injuries of tendons and nerves should be referred to a hand specialist.

Whether consultation is provided in the emergency department or in follow-up 1 to 3 days depends on local resources. Often the skin can be closed, the hand splinted in the position of function, and at follow-up the wound can be extended, explored, and definitive repair performed by the hand specialist.

Most hand specialists prefer to do definitive repair within a 3-to 5-day window after acute injury. Reconstructive Ladder Direct Primary Closure Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Wound Healing Surrounding tissue must allow for direct closure without tension or distortion of surrounding anatomic units. The lower eyelid is particularly susceptible to deformity and if too much tension in the cheek or nasal area is applied there is the risk of an ectropion outward scarring of the lower lid.

The pelvis and hip are then carefully evaluated.

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The unclothed, erect patient is inspected for a list, injuries, scars, or asymmetry of the muscles. Gait should be tested, if possible. Background Definition Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Atopic Eczema Bullous pemphigoid BP is an acquired non-scarring autoimmune subepidermal bullous disease characterised by tense blisters. Circulating IgG autoantibodies rarely IgA and IgE bind to BP and BP antigens, which are components of the hemidesmosome adhesion complex found in the basement membrane zone of the skin.

Direct antibody and antigen interaction, local activation of complement and release of cytokines lead to loss of dermoepidermal adherence and formation of subepidermal blisters. Erosions and blisters occur on the mucous membranes, particularly the mouth, in about 50 of cases.

Blister formation may be preceded by pruritus or an urticarial or Pathologic Findings Light Microscopy Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Basement Membrane The glomerular features are not specific for chronic graft rejection, but are typical. The glomeruli have an increase in mesangial cells and matrix and thickening and duplication of the GBM, with various degrees of scarring and adhesions Fig. This lesion has been shown to derive from acute allograft glomerulopathy in a few cases 10, Extensive crescents, diffuse granular or linear deposits of IgG, or subepithelial deposits are unusual and suggest recurrent or de novo glomerulonephritis.

Fibrotic changes of the aortic valve are usually asymptomatic, with dysfunction occurring more often in patients with long-standing, severe disease. Scar tissue also may impair cardiac conduction, leading to drop attacks. Relapsing polychondritis can affect the valves, causing aortic insufficiency and aneurysm. This may develop early after diagnosis and is a grave development.

The usual hyaline deposits in hypertension or diabetes are subendothelial. The endothelial or smooth muscle cells may be vacuolated. Later biopsies show progressive scarring of arterioles, intimal fibrosis, and segmental glomerular obsolescence.

Immunofluorescence of early lesions may show that the vessels have deposits of immunoglobulin M IgM , C3, and fibrin. Electron microscopy shows apoptosis or necrosis of smooth muscle cells and replacement with hyaline material.

Focal myocyte necrosis in the media of small arteries, in the absence of intimal changes, is regarded as a reliable indicator of CsA toxicity 3,4. The reversibility of the these lesions is debated. A very short vascular pedicle and ureter, dense scarring, and a fibrous capsule may prevent any attempts at the direct repair of parenchymal, collecting system, and vascular pedicle injuries.

Grade injuries can be managed nonope-ratively with adequate hydration and observation. Grade injuries may require exploration with de-bridement and drainage or simply a subcapsular ne-phrectomy if associated with life-threatening bleeding.

Isolated vascular injuries have a poor prognosis. Renal arteriography may be helpful with embolization of the main artery to stop bleeding or with more selective embolization to salvage part of the kidney. In plastic and reconstructive surgery, the appearance of the resulting scar can be the major genesis of dissatisfaction. It is imperative that the plastic surgeon obtains from the patient clear evidence of his or her comprehension that without scarring, there is no healing.

The patient must be made to understand that healing qualities The Standard Procedures Last Updated on Thu, 30 Aug Aesthetic Surgery For all operations associated with large scars, follow-up treatment is very important. A compression dressing should be worn for approximately 4 weeks and follow-up treatment for the scar should be carried out with a silicone plaster. Scars resulting from brachioplasty, abdominoplasty, and thigh and buttock lifts in particular are often unpredictable and must be discussed in detail with the patient when the procedure is explained so that there is no disagreement later.

Thigh and Buttock Lift Last Updated on Sun, 16 Sep Aesthetic Surgery The incision line in the buttock area should not extend beyond the lateral buttock fold, as otherwise there may be residual aesthetically displeasing scars, which often disturb patients more than hanging skin. With extremely slack skin in the area of the medial thigh, vertical tightening extending to the medial side of the knee can be performed in addition to horizontal tightening in the groin and buttock region.

This allows extremely intense tightening of the entire medial thigh, but the residual scar should be drawn to the patient's attention and explained. The video shows the most frequently requested operation for horizontal thigh and buttock lifting.

In contrast to brachioplasty, it is important that the thick cutaneous fatty flap be secured at two points to achieve a longer-lasting result and better scar formation, owing to gravity in the thigh area.

The points for fixation are the periosteum of the pubic bone and the inguinal ligament. The extent of the resection is defined The Mediators Expressed by Mast Cells and Their Role in the Inflammatory Response Last Updated on Wed, 30 Dec Human Mast Mast cells have been incriminated in such diverse diseases as allergy , asthma , rheumatoid arthritis, atherosclerosis, interstitial cystitis , inflammatory bowel disease, progressive systemic sclerosis , chronic graft-vs-host disease, fibrotic diseases, sarcoidosis , asbestosis , ischemic heart disease , keloid scars, and malignancy 3.

The mediators released by mast cells can independently and, in synergy with macrophage- and T-cell-derived cytokines, induce much of the inflammatory pathology observed in inflammation and serve to orchestrate a complex immune response. Tryptase, chymase, and TNF-a from mast cells activate fibroblasts, leading to collagen deposition and fibrosis.

Mast cell-derived TNF-a regulates NF-KB-dependent induction of endothelial adhesion molecule expression on endothelial cells in vivo Conclusions on carotid atherosclerosis Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Carotid Artery The incidence and fate of nascent atheromata are determined at all levels, even beyond the plaque itself, reflecting a profile of the whole patient, from genetics, cellular events, and blood biochemistry 70 , to patient diet and behavior.

For example, the 'vulnerable patient' and the patient who is less or not vulnerable to a stroke may, theoretically, have identical plaques, but one patient is 'vulnerable' because his or her blood has a composition with a greater predisposition to clotting , when exposed thrombogenic factors within the plaque.

As such, other non-imaging clinical tests, particularly serum analyses, will play a great role, in risk-stratifying patients with carotid atherosclerosis. Tissue Remodeling Fibrosis Last Updated on Thu, 19 Mar Human Mast Tial fibrosis are greater than from control individuals , and patients with idiopathic interstitial pulmonary fibrosis show evidence of mast cell degranulation and elevated mast cell numbers In the kidney tissue of patients with IgA nephropathy , mast cell numbers correlate with the degree of interstitial fibrosis and creatinine clearance.

In these kidney tissues, mast cells express tryptase and bFGF , which may be partially responsible for the fibrosis observed. The mast cell appears to be the dominant source of bFGF in some patients with pulmonary fibrosis Similarly, patients with pulmonary fibrosis associated with scleroderma show higher numbers of mast cells and quantities of histamine and tryptase in bronchoalveolar lavage fluid than patients with normal chest roentgenograms Mast cells also are found in intimate contact with myofibroblasts in keloid scars, suggesting they may play a role in fibroblast activation and scar formation Thus, it Theory Psychoanalysis in Context Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Psychoanalytic Therapy The very real persecution suffered by the psychoanalytic movement in its infancy left a deep scar.

From the outset, Freud saw psychoanalysis as a cause to be defended against attack and the analytic institutes that emerged could be seen to be the bastions of this defence Kirsner, This had the unfortunate effect of also keeping at bay other perspectives and related fields of enquiry, fearing their evaluation, criticism and attack. Ocular Manifestations Last Updated on Mon, 11 Apr Crohn Disease Diagnosis of uveitis is made by slit-lamp examination and is found in both eyes in 50 of cases.

Uveitis needs prompt treatment to avoid scarring complications. The treatment of choice is topical corticos-teroids associated with systemic corticosteroids, aza-thioprine or cyclosporine. Colectomy has been Post Treatment Surveillance Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Magnetic Resonance Although still largely investigational, endovas-cular treatment of carotid stenosis is becoming more accepted in recent years.

A number of patients have received treatment with carotid angio-plasty without stenting. Evaluation of these patients is also similar to that of patients following carotid endarterectomy. Patients with prior carotid stent placement, however, present added problems. Safety considerations due to possible magnetic attraction of the intravascular stent must be considered.

Most stents are not attracted in a magnetic field and therefore are generally safe to image. To be absolutely certain, since most often one is not aware of the exact stent type used, we generally limit MR imaging of post-stented patients for any reason to imaging only after the stent has been in place for a minimum of six weeks. This is to ensure that there is adequate scarring and endotheliaza-tion around the stent, which will help stabilize the Physiological regulators Last Updated on Tue, 22 Mar Influenza Virus Above, I suggested that the correlation between scars and infection status in hantavirus and arenavirus host rodents means that aggression leads to infection.

Recent evidence suggests, however, that the cause and effect relationship between aggression and infection may not be as simple as it appears. Klein et al. Ang II is critically involved in fibrosis. In cultured VSMCs, fibroblasts and cardiac cells, Ang II stimulates profibrotic signaling pathways and stimulates production of vascular collagen and fibronectin 77, They may even take the mirror to point out a defect that has not been noted by the physician.

In general, those defects are minor but are perceived by them to be disfiguring. The inability to deal with unavoidable scars is also a warning that dissatisfaction may arise after the cosmetic procedure. Some patients do have a real psychiatric or emotional disorder.

Patients with borderline personality , obsessive-compulsive, and narcissistic disorders should be avoided. These authors noted that the locations were dependent on the stenosed vessel region, that the T-wave changes could separate stenosed vessel regions as well as ST segment changes, and that the most informative sites were outside the lead standard ECG.

In a later study in 44 patients with ischemia documented by coronary angiography and exercise thallium scintigraphy, the same group was able to show a decrease in MCG ST amplitude, ST slope and T-wave amplitude under QSwitched Alexandrite Laser nm Last Updated on Thu, 26 Mar Laser Treatment Used in freehand mode, reproducibility is lacking and the thermal damage is somewhat unpredictable. The risk of scarring and pigmentary changes is therefore significant in the hands of inexperienced operators.

In general, these CW lasers, when used by skilled operators, are effective in the treatment of epidermal pigmented lesions. Spring And Bifurcate Ligaments Last Updated on Mon, 11 Jul Stress Fractures 1 comment Coronal FSE image demonstrates scarring of the deep fibers of the deltoid ligament and an ossific fragment abutting and causing mass effect on the medial talus. Coronal FSE image demonstrates scarring of the deep fibers of the deltoid ligament and an ossific fragment abutting and causing mass effect on the medial talus.

These patients are young and often are attracted by the advantage of smaller abdominal scars 3. The minimally invasive nature of the laparoscopic approach has a favourable impact, as patients undergoing this approach may require further surgery in the future. The outcomes of the randomised trial 2 and of several cohort comparison studies , show that after laparoscopic ileocolic resection there is a shorter hospital stay, with a faster recovery of pulmonary function, possibly a reduced postoperative ileus and better cosmesis.

Three reports conclude that the cost of laparoscopic resection is globally less than open resection 5,7,8. Due to the less extensive intra-abdominal manipulation and consequent less adhesion formation, laparoscopy seems to have decreased long-term small-bowel obstruction non-related to recurrence 4. Consumer concerns about regulatory safeguards for medical devices Last Updated on Sat, 08 Sep Medical Devices In racially and ethnically diverse countries such as the USA, the potential for racial and ethnic differences in responses to implanted medical devices has become an issue of concern among consumer groups.

Since individuals of African or Asian ancestry are more likely to have keloid scarring, and since individuals of African ancestry are more susceptible to autoimmune diseases , medical implants may be more risky for those groups. However, it is impossible to know whether this is the case if no studies have been done. Orthopedic devices in the growing child Last Updated on Wed, 26 Jun Medical Devices Adverse fracture sequelae may manifest as different types of growth disturbances, including premature partial closure of the growth plate, leading to angular deformity complete interruption of the growth plate, resulting in the affected leg being shorter than the other or, conversely, as the fracture heals there may be increased blood supply and overgrowth of the affectedbone.

Femoral fractures pose a particular challenge when they occur in the school-aged child. Very different from young pre-school children who are treated with spica casts, school-aged children are not skeletally mature, need to be mobile, must attend school, and have higher risk for problems associated with prolonged bed rest.

These factors have led to an increased use of internal and external fixation devices in this age group Rigid intramedullary nails inserted into growing young children may be used however, according to the results of a survey of pediatric orthopedists, avascular necrosis of the Discoid lupus erythematosus Last Updated on Mon, 23 Feb Rheumatoid Arthritis Disease may be limited to the skin and assume the chronic discoid form, with scaling red plaques and follicular plugging.

Healing of these lesions is associated with central scarring and atrophy. Although chronic discoid lupus erythematosus remains primarily cutaneous in the majority of patients, SLE will develop in a small percentage about 5.

Conversely, patients with SLE may have discoid lesions among the cutaneous manifestations of their disease. Certain types of skin lesions , such as those of subacute cutaneous lupus erythematosus, may reflect a specific immunogenetic predisposition. These individuals reveal an increased frequency of deep tissue infections and a failure to resolve inflammatory reactions mediated by neutrophils.

Consequently, there is granuloma and scarring in tissue. Despite aggressive therapy, the disease is often fatal. Evidence suggests that the underlying mechanism for sustained VT is reentry involving a fixed substrate consisting of normal myocardium interspersed with islands of poorly conducting fibrotic scar 7.

The relatively constant revolution time around the circuit coupled with a fixed exit site results in a uniform tachycardia with a relatively stable rate. Predicting which survivors of MI will develop ventricular tachyarrhythmias is difficult, and risk stratification relies upon the identification of variables associated with increased risk.

These variables include Data evaluating the effectiveness of ICD therapy on the primary prevention of patients with nonischemic dilated cardiomyopathy is scarce. Several trials are currently under investigation to answer this issue.

The function of the heart and the ability of the heart arteries to deliver sufficient blood and oxygen to the muscle can be assessed with an exercise stress ECG. As a result of this test and exercise tests on a treadmill or bicycle, a coronary angiogram may be advised. Duplicate Patient Information Last Updated on Thu, 30 Aug Aesthetic Surgery Although one tries to achieve symmetry before the intervention by precisely drawing the areas of skin that are to be removed, after the operation there may still be small differences between the sides.

If this is very unsightly, it is possible to compensate by making a small extra intervention under local anesthesia without a need to admit the patient. During the first few weeks after the operation, the scars frequently move cau-dally. A heart attack occurs when there is a sudden occlusion of a coronary artery, stopping the flow of blood to a portion of the ventricular wall.

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