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fracture healing process

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[music playing] narrator: some have describedthe skeletal system as the infrastructure of the humanbody, providing a rigid framework that offers protectionand support, as well as attachment sites for thetendons and muscles that are essential for locomotion. the skeletal system is comprisedof 206 bones, each of which is formed through aprocess known as ossification. bone development and remodelingtakes place on a continual basis, from theprenatal period and early childhood through adulthood, aswell as during the healing process that occurs followingbone fractures. ossification can take one oftwo forms, depending on the type of bone that is forming. in the case of flat bones,like those of the ribs, scapula, pelvis, and skull, theossification process is known as intramembranousossification. the process is initiated bymesenchymal stem cells, which are cells that have yet tobe differentiated into a particular cell type. eventually, centrally locatedmesenchymal cells within the embryonic fi…

fracture healing pain

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hey guys, dr. axe here, doctor of functionalmedicine and founder of draxe.com. in this video i'm going to share with you the threesteps to overcome stomach ulcers really fast as well as common stomach ulcer symptoms soyou know if that's actually what you're experiencing. i'm going to talk about the diets for ulcers,the supplements and the things that you must avoid for quick healing. first off, stomach ulcers happen within thestomach. the pain you're experiencing tends to be caused by stomach acid affecting thatulcer or something that you've eaten. it's rubbing that ulcer in the wrong way. sortof imagine you've got a burn and you're rubbing up against it or putting something acid onit and you're feeling that pain. some of the biggest symptoms and warning signsthat you have a stomach ulcer include pain anywhere from the navel up to sort of thechest bone area here. typically right in this midsection you'll feel pain, sometimes burningand cramp…

fracture healing nutrition

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this session is on natural wonders, and the bigger conference is on the pursuit of happiness. i want to try to combine them all, because to me, healing is really the ultimate natural wonder. your body has a remarkable capacity to begin healing itself, and much more quickly than people had once realized, if you simply stop doing what’s causing the problem. and so, really, so much of what we do in medicine and life in general is focused on mopping up the floor without also turning off the faucet. i love doing this work, because it really gives many people new hope and new choices that they didn’t have before, and it allows us to talk about things that -- not just diet, but that happiness is not -- we're talking about the pursuit of happiness, but when you really look at all the spiritual traditions, what aldous huxley called the "perennial wisdom," when you get past the named and forms and rituals that really divide people, it’s really about -- our nature is to be ha…

fracture cure

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hi, so today i'm going to talk to you for a fewminutes about how to self-diagnose a stress fracture of the metatarsals. now, first ofall what a stress fracture is, it's just a tiny fracture through the outside of a bone.matter of fact, it's so small that they normally don't even show up on an x-ray initially.they usually come from overuse, for example you've been running a little bit more, you'vebeen wearing less stable shoes. but a lot of times there's no particular reason. a lotof people just come in and say i didn't do anything different but the top of my footstarted hurting. so here are the symptoms you are going tofind have if you have a stress fracture of the metatarsals. number one, you're gonnahave swelling over the top of the foot. usually a little bit of swelling in this area righthere. number two, if you take your hand and you start pushing down on the top of the foot,what you'll be doing is actually pushing on these metatarsal bones.…

fracture consolidation

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>> hi and welcome. today we are celebratingworld wildlife day. i'm danielle brigida i work for the u.s. fish and wildlife service,and i'm here with ken goddard, director of the u.s. fish and wildlife service forensiclaboratory . >> welcome to our lab. what we want to dotoday is walk you through some of the things we do as i wildlife crime laboratory, andi should explain right away that while we're very used to working complex crime scenesand dealing with a wide range of sometimes gory, sometimes confusing evidence, we'venever been on a web broadcast before. this is a new experience for us. and some of usare more adept to the new social media than others, so we'll see how this goes. but wewant to be able to answer your questions and give you a sense of what we are. what we areis, sadly, the only crime lab for wildlife in the world. we would like not to be, butat this point, we're it. by treaty, we're the crime lab for the 180 countries that signe…

fracture bone healing

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this video will go over the basics ofmidshaft clavicle fractures and will show a technique of intramedullaryfixation the prevalence of clavicle fractures isconsidered to be between 2.6 percent and 5 percent of all adult fractures and 35 percent and 44percent of all shoulder girdle fractures the incidence is approximately 29 to 64 per 100,000 people per year the injury usually results from amoderate to high energy impact to the point of the shoulder this can be due to a fall from a heightor a motor vehicle accident sports like hockey skiing and mountainbiking or horse riding are usually associatedwith the risk of suffering this injury a direct impact injury to the clavicleis rarely seen to be the cause the fracture fractures can be classified as suggestedby robinson type one fractures are those of the medialone-third and type three of those of the lateralone third type two fractures include the variousextents of mid shaft fractures with 2a including cortical alignmentfractures and 2b d…

four stages of healing a bone fracture

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>> neil degrasse tyson: welcome back. this is the 16th isaac asimov memorial paneldebate. it’s in its 15th year. there was one year where we had two. therewas so much going on. i like learning—just briefly—for how manypeople is this their first occasion to attend the asimov panel? welcome. where have you been the past 15 years? that’sthe real question. i’m neil degrasse tyson. i’m the frederickp. rose director of the hayden planetarium. and we do this once a year in the spring. we find a topic of particular scientific vitalitythat might have some controversy, but it’s more a topic that is on the frontier. and we bring it to you through a panel, andthat would be the isaac asimov memorial debate panel. this event was started by a bequest of thefriends and family of isaac asimov, who’s was a friend of this institution. he did much of the research for his countlessbooks in the libraries and halls of this institution. and janet asimov, his widow, as well as friendsand…