Chronicle of traumatology and orthopedics

  1. Passport part.
  2. Complaints of the patient at the time of examination.
  3. History of the disease.
  4. Life history.
  5. General condition of the patient (cardiovascular, respiratory, digestive, urinary system).
  6. Objective orthopedic examination (examination, palpation, length measurement and examination of limb function).
  7. Description of radiographs of the segments being examined.
  8. Laboratory data.
  9. Reasonable probable diagnosis.
  10. Differential diagnosis.
  11. Final diagnosis.
  12. The mechanism of trauma (etiopathogenesis of the disease according to the literature and characteristic clinical signs).
  13. Methods of treatment of such trauma (disease) depending on the duration of the disease, stage, age, etc.
  14. A well-founded treatment plan for the patient.
  15. Errors and complications are possible.
  16. Reasonable prognosis for life, recovery, ability to work.
  17. List of references.
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