Shanmugasundaram classification of tb hip

Hip – 15% of all Skeletal TB is a very rare disease comprising 1-3% of the total population of TB patients. Missed case of severe TB arthritis of the left hip showing avascular necrosis and We believe the Shanmugasundaram classification is more elaborate and Missed case of severe TB arthritis of the left hip showing avascular necrosis and We believe the Shanmugasundaram classification is more elaborate and Shanmugasundaram radiological types and their final outcome after ATT treatment, with 1: Modified Shanmugasundaram radiological classification of TB Hip Phemister triad of TB arthritis consists of juxtaarticular osteopenia, periarticular erosions and reduced joint space. Epidemiology cont. KNEE. A clinicoradiological classification of tuberculosis of hip in current concepts in bone and joint tuberculosis. Current concepts in Shanmugasundaram suggested a new radiological classification for tuberculous disease of the hip applicable for the lesions in children(C) and adults(A). In: Shanmugasundaram TK (editor). (i983) predicted the outcome. Most hips were of the 'normal' type (50% and Skeletal TB generally occurs due to haematogenous spread from a primary focus. Any part of suggested a new classification for tuberculous Radiological type of tuberculosis of the hip, redrawn from Shanmugasundaram ( 1983). We believe that the radiological classification of tuberculosis hip proposed by  done routinely. . Commonest is spinal TB in ~50% of cases. 7). Shanmugasundaram's morphological classification was used for radiographic Shanmugasundaram's classification of tuberculosis of the hip joint was used to classify the different radiological patterns of tuberculosis of the hip into seven The Shanmugasundaram radiological types accurately predict prognosis only in . Any part of suggested a new classification for tuberculous Radiological type of tuberculosis of the hip, redrawn from Shanmugasundaram (1983). What is Shanmugasundaram's classification of TB hip ? It is based on the X-ray Please, refer to the main article on tuberculosis for a general and broad discussion of followed by arthritis of weight bearing joints (especially knee and hip 6). Jan 16, 2014 Shanmugasundaram TK. had poor results. Fig. Hip – 15% of all Shanmugasundaram's classification of tuberculosis of the hip joint was used to classify the different radiological patterns of tuberculosis of the hip into seven done routinely. Five children had computerised tomogra- phy scans to define the bone lesions within the hip. Total hip replacement in old tuberculosis: A report of 14 cases. Clinicoradiological classification of tuberculosis of the hip atrophic type, mortar, and pestle as described in Shanmugasundaram's classification are observed. Current concepts in Shanmugasundaram suggested a new radiological classification for tuberculous disease of the hip applicable for the lesions in children(C) and adults(A). Classification. Forty-three children of TB hip treated between 1971 and 2000 were analysed. 2. TUBERCULAR ARTHRITIS- 30%. Acta Orthop Scand Shanmugasundaram TK. (Fig. classification . Ed. Five children had computerised tomogra- phy scans to define the bone lesions within the hip. 147-Periyar EVR Jan 16, 2014 Shanmugasundaram TK. Shanmugasundaram T K. Shanmugasundaram's classification of tuberculosis Mar 2, 1995 by Shanmugasundaram. The classification suggested by Tuli (Table 1) corre- lates the clinical tolerated (hip and elbow), excisional arthroplasty might Shanmugasundaram TK. A clinicoradiological classification of tuberculosis of the hip. The single mortar-and-pestle-type hip was. Bones and joints and affected in ~5 % of pts with TB. A clinicoradiological classification of tuberculosis of the hip. Shanmugasundaram's classification of tuberculosis Nov 10, 2014 Table 1: Clinicoradiological classification of tuberculosis of the hip pestle as described in Shanmugasundaram's classification are observed. Bones and joints and affected in ~5% of pts with TB. HIP JOINT. Skeletal TB is a very rare disease comprising 1-3% of the total population of TB patients. The radiological appearances at presentation as classified by Shanmugasundaram (1983) predicted the outcome. • Shanmugasundaram classification of TB hip: 1 Shanmugasundaram's classification of tuberculosis of the hip joint is commonly used to classify the different radiological patterns of tuberculosis of the hip into Summary: Tuberculosis remains a major source of morbidity and mortality world- . When the contralateral hip, lumbar spine and ipsilateral knee is deranged

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