Tuberculosis of the Hip Joint

Tuberculosis of the Hip Joint

Tuberculosis of the Hip joint comprises 15% of all osteoarticular tuberculosis which is next to the spine in skeletal tuberculosis. Pathophysiology of TB Hip Occurs in two different scenarios that are discussed below: When the infection starts from the epiphysis/ neck of the femur (Intracapsular) exudative process causes diffuse decalcification of the upper end of […]

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 Gait Notes

Gait Notes

Gait is defined as a rhythmic, cyclic movement of the limb in relation to the trunk resulting in forwarding propulsion of the body. Normal Gait of a person: 8000-10000 steps average person walks in a day on average Walking Series of rhythmical, alternating movements of the trunk and limbs which resulting in the forward progress […]

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