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Common conditions of shoulder
common conditions of shoulder
S/C dislocation most common direction is?
medial and superior
- freq caused by blow from sidde or fall on side of shoulder, medial aspect of clavicle protrudes in suprasternal notch.
Clavicular fracture most commonly at the junction of the...
convex and concave curves
- foosh
- deformity is obvious in the contour of clavicle under skin
A/C seperation lateral clavicle may protrude......
superior to acromion process
- caused by direct trauma
-foosh
- present swelling over joint
-STAIR STEP DEFORMITY GRADE 3
G/H dislocation most common direction is......
anterior and inferior
-direct trauma
-blow to the arm or torso while in throwing posture
-head of humerus appears as bulge under the lateral pectoralis maj muscle
Glenoid labrum tear frequently due to?
repeated trauma
-fragment of labrum can become trapped in the joint space, limited G-H joint movement
Calcium deposits can be due to?
repetitive or severe trauma, response to stress, results in painful shoulder movement
Sprengles deformity is?
partially undescended scapula, one scap is more superior than normal position, neck may appear webor shortened; congenital
Scheuermanns disease aka jouvenile kyphosis is?
hyperkyphosis of the T/S; scapula may appear lateral and tilted anterior; congenital
Scoliosis, the scap may appear....
asymetrical and uneven
-usually congenital
What are the rotator cuff muscles?
supraspinatus
infraspinatus
teres minor
subscapularis
what are the major stabilizers of the G/H joint?
SITS muscles, the most mobile joint in the body
rotator cuff is very active in ?
stabilizing and decelerating (eccentric contrtactions)
-decelerate the humerus during throwing and throwing like motions
rotator cuff are often involved in?
repetitive stress and overuse injuries of the shoulder
Which of the rotator muscles is most frequently injured?
supraspinatus (sprained or ruptured)
what is impingement syndrome?
thickening of the supraspinatus tendon and or other structures located under acromion process, causes irritation during use
LYMPH NODES
supracavicular
axillary
supracavicular lymph nodes may be involved in?
lymph disease, lung cancer, and conditions of head and neck
Axillary lymph nodes may be involved in?
lymph diseases, lung conditions, breast cancer, and conditions of upper extermity
Brachail Artery, where is the location? and major blood supply to what?
found on medial aspect of arm in tha axilla, between biceps and triceps muscle;
-major bl supply to upper extremity;
Closed pack Position of G/H joint is?
abd and ext rotation
CCP of A/C joint is?
90 degrees of abd
CCP of S/C joiont is?
maximal elevation