Adhesive capsulitis is a condition wherein the shoulder capsule of the glenohumeral joint becomes inflamed and stiff along with adhesion formation. Maitland mobilization and myofascial trigger point release techniques are important interventions in the management Both, Maitland mobilization and myofascial trigger point release are proven to be effective in treatment of adhesive capsulitis in the past. However logical thinking warranted the need to study the effects of prior use of Maitland mobilization of the shoulder joint,which primarily get affected in adhesive capsulitis, followed by myofascial trigger point release of shoulder joint. Thus our study compared the efficacy of treatment strategies to improve the extensibility of Maitland joint mobilization techniques in patients with adhesive capsulitis .
The most common ovarian tumors are stromal-epithelial tumors. Mucinous cyst is a benign tumor of the ovary containing a mucoid fluid They are often seen in women aged 20 to 50, with an average age of 42 years. We report the case of a 70-year-old patient with a huge mucinous cyst. Mucinous cysts sit in the ovary in about half of the cases, the volume of mucinous cysts is variable, . Of the mucinous tumors of the ovary: 85% are benign, 5% are borderline tumors of good prognosis, 10% are malignant tumors. The etiology of mucinous cysts is unknown, but it has occasionally been described that these cysts may be associated with other ovarian tumors. The management of benign mucinous cysts of the ovary is total cystectomy or oophorectomy (depending on the context) that are curative for mucinous cysts of the ovary. Most epithelial tumors of the cystic ovary have a benign and malignant side, but also a malignant or borderline border that is difficult to manage.