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Depending on where the joint dislocation is located, it may cause discomfort in your performance. For instance, Basketball player with a dislocated finger, or shoulder. It may cause the players shot to be a bit "off."

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What is a fracture dislocation?

an injury may be classified as a fracture-dislocation when a fracture involves the bony structures of any joint with associated dislocation of the same joint

Where can one find information on joint dislocation?

One can find information on joint dislocation in advanced biography books on the human body. In addition, one can learn more on joint dislocation by talking with doctors.

What is the most common type of dislocation?

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What is the medical term meaning a bone is forced out of its joint?

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What is the difference between a dislocation and a subluxation?

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What is the difference between fracture and dislocation?

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What is meant by a dislocation of a joint?

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Why is the scapulohumeral joint the most frequently dislocated joint in the body?

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The displacement of a bone

How can a dislocation be cured?

The only 'cure' is to 'pop' the affected joint back into place (often with anaesthetic). However - it will always leave the joint weakened - and liable to future dislocation.

What happens immediately after dislocation?

after the dislocation, the joint almost always swells significantly and feels painful when pressure is applied (point tenderness). If trauma to the joint causing the dislocation or subluxation is violent in nature, small chips of bone can be torn away

Which reinforce the fibrous capsule help to prevent dislocation of the joint?

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Occurs when a bone is forced out of its joint?

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What occurs when a bone is forced out of its joint?

A dislocation happens when a bone is forced out of its joint.

When the articulating bone of a joint have been displaced and the joint is clearly deformed?


Occurs when a bone is forced out of joint?


Incomplete dislocation of a joint is known as?


What is the difference between a fracture and dislocation?

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How are ligaments affected by dislocation?

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What is a joint resoluton?

Resolution of a joint is when a dislocation has been set back into its proper position.

What injuries affect the skeletal system?

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What do you call if the bone gets out of the joint?

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Occurs when a bone is forced out of it's joint?


What helps prevent the dislocation of a joint?

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