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The Wrist and Hand

The Wrist and Hand

The Wrist and Hand. Great Mobility = Many Joints. The Wrist and Hand. Radiocarpal wrist joint condyloid joint Carpals two rows of four bones carpal joints gliding joints. Metacarpals carpometacarpal joint intermetacarpal joints m etacarpal- phalangeal joints

By ostinmannual
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WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts

WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts

WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts. Dr. SREEKANTH THOTA. DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY. UPPER LIMB. FOREARM . FOREARM. The forearm is the part of the upper limb that extends between the elbow joint and the wrist joint.

By rufin
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Procedures: Arthrocentesis

Procedures: Arthrocentesis

Procedures: Arthrocentesis. ORTHO CURRICULUM. Indications. Diagnosis of joint disease by synovial fluid analysis (gout, septic arthritis) Local instillation of medications into a joint for inflammatory disease

By shalom
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WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts

WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts

WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts. DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY. UPPER LIMB. Dr. SREEKANTH THOTA. Hand . HAND . The hand is the region of the upper limb distal to the wrist joint. It is subdivided into three parts: 1. Wrist 2.Metacarpus

By umay
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WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts

WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts

WINDSOR UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE St.Kitts. Dr. SREEKANTH THOTA. DEPARTMENT OF ANATOMY. UPPER LIMB. FOREARM . FOREARM. The forearm is the part of the upper limb that extends between the elbow joint and the wrist joint.

By wind
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Joints of the human body

Joints of the human body

Joints of the human body. Joints of the human body. Joints are the point of contact (articulations) between two connecting bones. The stability and the integrity of joints are maintained by strands of connective tissue called ligaments, which hold bones together. Classification of Joints.

By atara
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The biggest and the best doctor of humanity

The biggest and the best doctor of humanity

The biggest and the best doctor of humanity. click manual. Today I am here to pay tribute to the best doctor, the first and best in human history!.

By zocha
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Musculoskeletal Cases

Musculoskeletal Cases

Musculoskeletal Cases. Dr. Edward Warren Chair, Geriatrics Carolinas Campus May 2012. History of Present Illness.

By yetty
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Brachial Plexus

Brachial Plexus

Brachial Plexus. Dr. Sama-ul-Haque Dr. Nivin Sharaf. BRACHILAL PLEXUS.

By sophie
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Wrist and hand

Wrist and hand

Wrist and hand. CLASSIFICATION The injuries to be described may be classified by anatomical site as follows: Injuries of the carpus [1] Fracture of the scaphoid bone [2] Fractures of other carpal bones [ 3]Dislocations of the lunate or other carpal bones

By audra-knowles
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Chapter 9: Articulations

Chapter 9: Articulations

Chapter 9: Articulations. INTRODUCTION. Articulation: point of contact between bones Joints are mostly movable, but some are immovable or allow only limited motion Movable joints allow complex, highly coordinated, purposeful movements to be executed. CLASSIFICATION OF JOINTS.

By eengel
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