La princesita más pequeña de la casa (en Clinica Alemana de Temuco)

La princesita más pequeña de la casa (en Clinica Alemana de Temuco)

Algún día llegare a la cima  (en Corralco Mountain & Ski Resort)

Algún día llegare a la cima (en Corralco Mountain & Ski Resort)

Weber & Cech Pseudarthrosis Classification

Weber & Cech Pseudarthrosis Classification

The incidence of acromial spurs increased with age, and, especially heel-type spurs, were detected more frequently in patients with full-thickness rotator cuff tears.

Clin Orthop Relat Res. 2010; 468: 1542–1550 

Preauricular sinus
International Journal of Pediatric Otorhinolaryngology. 2005; 69, 1469—1474
Thanatophoric dwarfism
Caused by mutation of the fibroblast growth factor receptor 3 gene, which is located on the short arm of chromosome 4. Is characterized by severe shortening of the ribs, restricted lung volume, and severe respiratory distress that leads to death within a few hours of birth  
Type I: characterized by marked underdevelopment of the entire skeleton, short-curve long bones, and metaphyseal flaring (telephone receiver-like appearance). The pelvic bones are noticeably underdeveloped, and the acetabular roof is flat. The vertebral bodies also are very flat and underdeveloped. Cloverleaf skull may or may not be present.
Type II: long bones are not as short as in type I, and they are not bent or bowed. The metaphyses are flared and cupped. The vertebral bodies are flat but not as severely as is in type I TD. Almost all fetuses with type II TD have severe cloverleaf skull.  

AJR 2009; 192: 48–51

Thanatophoric dwarfism

Caused by mutation of the fibroblast growth factor receptor 3 gene, which is located on the short arm of chromosome 4. Is characterized by severe shortening of the ribs, restricted lung volume, and severe respiratory distress that leads to death within a few hours of birth  

Type I: characterized by marked underdevelopment of the entire skeleton, short-curve long bones, and metaphyseal flaring (telephone receiver-like appearance). The pelvic bones are noticeably underdeveloped, and the acetabular roof is flat. The vertebral bodies also are very flat and underdeveloped. Cloverleaf skull may or may not be present.

Type II: long bones are not as short as in type I, and they are not bent or bowed. The metaphyses are flared and cupped. The vertebral bodies are flat but not as severely as is in type I TD. Almost all fetuses with type II TD have severe cloverleaf skull.  

AJR 2009; 192: 48–51

Clasificación ultrasonográfica de los desgarros musculares.
Anterior joint capsule of the normal hip and in children with transient synovitis: US study with anatomic and histologic correlation
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Sclerotic Lesions of Bone. U. Washington
Carrot & stick theory of mativation

Carrot & stick theory of mativation

亚洲交友 (my Asian friends)

49 yo man with no trauma history


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