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Pt comes in and complains of extreme pain on the ulnar side of their wrist... what is the most likely cause?
tear in the triangular fibrocartilagenous complex
Fracture that is very hard to heal due to the lack of proper blood supply to the area.
Scaphoid fracture
These nerves can have impingement problems because they go through muscles
Radial nerve, median nerve, ulnar nerve
when the ulnar nerve is compressed under ligament of Struthers above the elbow and there is numbness and eventual motor loss.
cubital tunnel syndrome
structures that pass through the carpal tunnel
4 Flexor digitorum superficialis, 4 flexor digitorum profundus, Flexor pollicus longus and the median nerve
an issue in which structures in carpal tunnel swell/hypertophy that causes hand numbness and tingling and then weakness toward the end of the day.
carpal tunnel syndrome
presents with extensor weakness in the thumb and extensor digitorum, due to a nerve being squeezed by the supinator muscle.
radial tunnel syndrome
Athlete with a wrist sprain, was doing conditioning in the gym. His wrist would creak when he moved it, what tendinitis causes this?
extendor pollicus longus
synovium of extensor tendons that bulges up through the tendons.
ganglion cyst
patient dislocates finger and cannot flex it all the way what could be the likely cause?
rupture of the volar plate
finger dislocation and pt just pops back into place, triangular ligament ruptured so each time the interossi flex they cannot extend the finger fully
Boutonniere deformity
A shoulder separation where the space between clavical and acromion is enlarged and the clavicle rides upward.
AC Separation
Nerve most likely to be injured with a shoulder fracture or dislocation
Axillary nerve
Nerve most likely to be affected with a fracture at the radial groove
Radial nerve
Nerve most likely to be affected with a fracture to the distal humerus
Medial nerve
Nerve most likely to be affected with a fracture of the medial epicondyle
Ulnar nerve
Scapular winging is caused by:
injury of the long thoracic nerve which paralyzes Serratus Anterior