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Which of the following most accurately describes the primary role of satellite cells?
To act as an intermediary in the cell-signalling pathway for bone remodeling
To regenerate skeletal muscle after muscle injury
To regenerate periosteum after periosteal damage in a child
To bind chemotherapeutic ligands in the treatment of lymphoma of bone
To express high amounts of sonic hedgehog surface protein
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Concomitant flexion of the hip and extension of the knee is most likely to result in an injury to which structure?
Tensor fascia lata
A 15-year-old boy sustains the injury seen in Figure A while running the hurdles. The same mechanism in an adult athlete would most likely result in which of the following injuries?
Hamstring myotendinous junction rupture
Pelvic ramus fracture
Hamstring muscle belly rupture
Hamstring tendinous insertion rupture
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HPI - 40 yo active teacher that sustained proximal hamstring avulsion 7 weeks ago. no sciatic nerve symptoms. Would you use a horizontal incision or vertical incision? Does anyone have experience with the healing rate of the T shaped incision described in Bradley's Article
Evaluation and management of hamstring injuries. Ahmad CS, Redler LH, Ciccotti MG, Maffulli N, Longo UG, Bradley J.
Am J Sports Med. 2013 Dec;41(12):2933-47. doi: 10.1177/0363546513487063. Epub 2013 May 23.
How would you treat this 7 week old injury?
HPI - 62yo female, no sports, retired. After fall in hiperflexión of hip with extended knee, presents pain, haematoma in posterior thigh
What treatment would you choose?