A 62-year-old woman presented with bilateral knee crepitus, swelling and stiffness. Radiographic examination reveals bilateral chondrocalcinosis. (Figures A and B)
This 62-year-old woman presented with severe pain in the fourth right toe. She relates that she always walks around the house barefoot, and bumped her foot against a heavy chair.
I hope everyone is having a safe and enjoyable summer. My sincere appreciation to my good friend and associate, Dr. Bob Bacon, for this case.
Korea’s 120 doctors of chiropractic are opposed not only by the medical profession but also oriental MDs, and still face prosecutions and fines for practising their profession. Another problem is that many other healers claim to provide chiropractic services after completing short technique courses. Korea and Taiwan are the last two countries in which DCs face the daily threat of police action against them.
Thank you so much to Dr. Rosanne Metz of Toronto for this case. This 46-year-old man presented with chronic mild dull aching, crepitus and reduced range of motion of his left elbow. Radiographs revealed an intra-articular collection of amorphous, somewhat flocculent calcific densities in a region of soft tissue swelling immediately medial and posterior to the proximal ulna (Figures A and B).
This case is courtesy of the radiology department at Southern California University of Health Sciences. This 22-year-old woman presented to the outpatient clinic complaining of diffuse mid-back pain, right shoulder pain, and occasional bouts of non-exertional shortness of breath.
I would like to thank Dr. Robert Pollock, of Tottenham, Ontario, for sharing this case.
Part 1: The first chiropractic program within a Canadian university system marks its 13th anniversary.
A diagnosis of Arnold-Chiari malformation was made.
Part 2: The chiropractic clinic, research, and continuing education.
Describe the pelvic findings on this radiograph of a 27-year-old man injured in a motorcycle accident.
Part 3: Victory claimed in diagnosis battle.
Advocating nationally for the profession: An interview with CCA President Dr. Stan Gorchynski.
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