CRPS

Which type of CRPS is due to a nerve insult?   CRPS II is typically due to an injury to a nerve or a traumatic event to the area causing the symptoms the patient is experiencing.  CRPS I usually does not have an underlying mechanism of injury.

CRPS2023-06-08T17:05:07+00:00

Lister’s tubercle

Which tendon is often ruptured at this site?   The extensor pollicis longus is typically ruptured around this site due to the sharp turn it takes around the tubercle

Lister’s tubercle2016-07-25T15:51:10+00:00

Methotrexate SE

What are some side effects of methotrexate?   Common side effects of methotrexate are hair loss, nausea, vomitting, liver damange, and mouth sores.

Methotrexate SE2016-07-25T15:47:55+00:00

DeQuervain’s Teno

Remind me... Which dorsal compartment of the wrist is this again?   DeQuervain's tenosynovitis affects the first dorsal compartment which consists of the above mentioned tendons.

DeQuervain’s Teno2016-07-25T14:59:08+00:00
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