Ruptures

Some articles on rupture, ruptures:

Achilles Tendon Rupture - Risk Factors
... People that commonly fall victim to Achilles rupture or tear include recreational athletes, people of old age, individuals with previous Achilles tendon tears or ruptures, previous tendon injections or quinolone use ... Most cases of Achilles tendon rupture are traumatic sports injuries ... ciprofloxacin, and glucocorticoids have been linked with an increased risk of Achilles tendon rupture ...
Ofloxacin - Current Litigation
... embroiled in litigation concerning levofloxacin/ofloxacin in regards to spontaneous tendon ruptures ... States District Court, District of Minnesota, involving spontaneous tendon ruptures alleged to be caused by these drugs ... Such ruptures have also been associated with ofloxacin, as well as other drugs found within this class ...
Diaphragmatic Rupture - Diagnosis - Location
... Between 50 and 80% of diaphragmatic ruptures occur on the left side ... Half of diaphragmatic ruptures that occur on the right side are associated with liver injury ... Bilateral diaphragmatic rupture, which occurs in 1–2% of ruptures, is associated with a much higher death rate (mortality) than injury that occurs on just one side ...
Myocardial Rupture - Classification
... Myocardial ruptures can be classified as one of three types ... Type I myocardial rupture is an abrupt slit-like tear that generally occurs within 24 hours of an acute myocardial infarction ... Type II ruptures typically occur more than 24 hours after the infarction occurred ...
Ofus - Current Litigation
... in regards to spontaneous tendon ruptures ... the United States District Court, District of Minnesota, involving spontaneous tendon ruptures alleged to be caused by these drugs ... Such ruptures have also been associated with ofloxacin, as well as other drugs found within this class ...