By: Nathan, Melissa, Shanik. Shoulder Joint (Glenohumeral Joint) . Surface Anatomy . Anterior axillary fold. Manubrium. Posterior axillary fold. Anterior axillary line. Surface Anatomy. Clavicle. Clavicular Deltoid origin. Clavipectoral triangle. Clavicular PectoralisBy benjamin
NERVE INJURIES OF UPPER LIMB. Dr. Mujahid Khan. Brachial Plexus Injuries (upper lesions). These are caused by the excessive displacement of the head to the opposite side Depression of the shoulder on the same side This causes excessive traction or tearing of C5 and C6 roots of the plexus.By bonnie
Brachial Plexopathies. William McKinley, MD Associate Professor Department of PM&R. Incidence & Prevalence. 10% of all peripheral nervous system lesions involve brachial plexus 14% of upper extremity neurological disorders due to brachial plexopathyBy oshin
Brachial Plexus & Radial Nerve. Dr. Saeed Vohra. Objectives. At the end of this lecture, the students should be able to : Describe the formation of brachial plexus (site , roots & stages). List the main branches of brachial plexus Describe the course of radial nerveBy afram
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Nervous system . Chapter 18 peripheral nerveous system. spinal nerve overview cervical plexus brachial plexus anterior branches of thoracic nerve lumbar plexus sacral plexus the correlate anatomical basement of the spinal nerve injury’s location
One really, really long nerve!. Dissection on a giraffe: investigating the recurrent laryngeal nerve http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cO1a1Ek- HD0. Electrochemical Impulses. Electrochemical Impulses.
Nerve. 2. 1. 250µm. Longitudinal section and cross section. 1. Endoneurium,2. perineurium, 3. bundle of collagen fibers, 4. Schwann cell, 5. myelinated nerve fiber, 6. Ranvier node, 7. fibroblast nuclei, 8. Schwan cell nuclei, 9. axon. 2. 3. 1. 4. 10µm.
THORACIC SPINE. Routine: AP & LAT & “swimmers” RTEC 124 WEEK 6 Rev 2010. Compensation Filter Or “FAT CAT” may be used To even out density of T.SP. ? Use a sponge under waist ┴c/r Or < c/r to open spaces. AP: 70 kvp 25 mAs LAT 70 kvp 100 mas
THORACIC WALL. MUSCLES, MAMMARY GLANDS, CROSS-SECTION. THORACIC WALL MUSCLES. Surface Muscles (Anterior). Platysma Pectoralis major Pectoralis minor Subclavius Serratus anterior Refer in syllabus: Table 1, pp 47-49 Figure 13, p 50. Surface Muscles (Posterior). Latissimus dorsi
Introduction. Trauma, or injury, is defined as a cellular disruption caused by an exchange with environmental energy that is beyond the body\'s resilience. Trauma is considered a major public health issue:the most common cause of death for all individuals between the ages of 1 and 44 years and is
Thoracic Surgery. By Mike Poullis. Overview. What is it ? What do you need to know as a nurse on the ward ?. What do you need to know as a nurse on the ward ?. Different pathologies Different operations Chest drains Post operative care. Different pathologies. Lung cancer Pneumothorax
Thoracic Trauma. EMS Professions Temple College. Thoracic Trauma. Second leading cause of trauma deaths after head injury Cause of about 10-20% of all trauma deaths Many deaths due to thoracic trauma are preventable. Thoracic Trauma. Prevention Strategies Gun Safety Education
Thoracic Trauma. Hossam Hassan. Thoracic Trauma . Anatomy Thorax is a hollow cylinder composed of 12 pairs of ribs,10 articulate posteriorly with the thoracic spine and anteriorly with the sternum via costal cartilages, the lower 2 pairs are floating ribs