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Wrist and Hand Conditions

Wrist and Hand Conditions

Wrist and Hand Conditions. Chapter 13. Wrist Articulations. Radiocarpal: Radius with the Scaphoid, Lunate, Triquetrum. Intercarpal Distal Radioulnar Triangular Fibro cartilage Complex stabilizes the Radioulnar joint. Hand Articulations. Carpometacarpal (CM) Intermetacarpal (IM)

By emily
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Lesson 5.1: Muscle Tissue Categories and Functions Lesson 5.2: Skeletal Muscle Actions

Lesson 5.1: Muscle Tissue Categories and Functions Lesson 5.2: Skeletal Muscle Actions

The Muscular System. 5. Lesson 5.1: Muscle Tissue Categories and Functions Lesson 5.2: Skeletal Muscle Actions Lesson 5.3: The Major Skeletal Muscles Lesson 5.4: Common Injuries and Disorders of Muscles. Chapter 5: The Muscular System. Lesson 5.1. Muscle Tissue Categories and Functions.

By kordell
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Musculoskeletal system

Musculoskeletal system

Revision quiz. Musculoskeletal system. Connect the disease and morphology. Acute mastitis Periductal mastitis Lymphocytic mastopathy Fat necrosis. Keratinising squamous metaplasia of the nipple ducts

By darci
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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. Upper limb joints . Type Articulation Capsule Ligaments Movements Blood Supply Nerve Supply. Glenohumeral Joint. SHOULDER JOINT TYPE: Synovial : ball and socket joint

By fayre
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Investigating the of w rist-based input

Investigating the of w rist-based input

Tilt Techniques. Investigating the of w rist-based input. DEXTERITY. mahfuz rahman sean gustafson pourang irani. sriram subramanian. TilT -Based Interaction. Contributions. framework for tilt-based interaction capabilities of each wrist axis

By annice
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Rheumatology: OSTEOARTHRITIS RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Rheumatology: OSTEOARTHRITIS RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

Rheumatology: OSTEOARTHRITIS RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS. Dr. Meg- angela Christi Amores. OSTEOARTHRITIS. Most common type of arthritis leading cause of disability in the elderly Mostly affects >65 yrs old. Osteoarthritis. Commonly affected joints:

By donat
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Wrist and Hand

Wrist and Hand

Wrist and Hand. Presented by: Selene Bonnell-Hall Mettelisa Jen Smart. WRIST (CARPAL) BONES. WRIST AND DISTAL PORTION OF FOREARM BONES. HEAD OF ULNA. RADIUS STYLOID PROCESS. RADIUS ULNAR NOTCH. ULNA STYLOID PROCESS. WRIST (CARPAL) BONES. WRIST (CARPAL) BONES. WRIST (CARPAL) BONES.

By felton
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Upper Body Rehabilitation Exercises

Upper Body Rehabilitation Exercises

Upper Body Rehabilitation Exercises. Rehab Goals . Control pain and swelling Restore and increase joint ROM Restore and increase muscular strength, endurance, and power Reestablish neuromuscular control Improve balance Maintain cardiorespiratory fitness

By mayten
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Wrist and Hand Injuries

Wrist and Hand Injuries

Wrist and Hand Injuries. Chapter 12. Anatomy of the Wrist and Hand. Bones and Joints Wrist Joint between arm and hand Carpal bones 8 Irregularly shaped Articulate w/ ulna, radius, and metacarpals. Anatomy of the Wrist and Hand. Anatomy of the Wrist and Hand. Carpal bones cont’d

By huyen
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Upper Extremity Imaging

Upper Extremity Imaging

Upper Extremity Imaging. By Prof. J. Stelmark. Exposure Factors The principal exposure factors for radiography of the upper limbs are as follows: 1. Lower to medium kV (50 to 70) 2. Short exposure time 3. Small focal spot 4. Adequate mAs for sufficient density. HAND AND WRIST.

By brook
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Anatomy

Anatomy

Anatomy. Movements Quiz at the end for those who need to take it. Flexion Extension Abduction Adduction Pronation Supination Circumduction Protraction Retraction. Opposition Elevation Depression Lateral bending Rotation Inversion Eversion Hyperextension. Types of Actions.

By marlon
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Upper Body Rehabilitation Exercises

Upper Body Rehabilitation Exercises

Upper Body Rehabilitation Exercises. Rehab Goals . Control pain and swelling Restore and increase joint ROM Restore and increase muscular strength, endurance, and power Reestablish neuromuscular control Improve balance Maintain cardiorespiratory fitness

By mindy
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WRIST COMPLEX

WRIST COMPLEX

WRIST COMPLEX. Bones and Joints of the Wrist. Proximal Row of Carpal Bones. Review- testable Scaphoid: Most lateral. Forms floor of anatomical snuff box. Most commonly fractured wrist bone. Fractures may compromise radial artery in snuff box. Articulates with radius.

By katen
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Hand and Wrist

Hand and Wrist

Hand and Wrist. Forearm Anatomy. Radius Ulna Carpal Bones Metacarpals Phalanges-Inter-phalageal joints(IP) are proximal and distal and the metacarpal-phalangeal joints are (MCP). Carpal Bones. Navicular (Scaphoid) “Anatomical Snuff Box” Lunate Triquetrium Pisiform Trapezium Trapezoid

By pravat
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Hand and Wrist

Hand and Wrist

Hand and Wrist. Forearm Anatomy. Radius Ulna Carpal Bones Metacarpals Phalanges-Inter-phalageal joints(IP) are proximal and distal and the metacarpal-phalangeal joints are (MCP). Carpal Bones. Navicular (Scaphoid) “Anatomical Snuff Box” Lunate Triquetrium Pisiform Trapezium Trapezoid

By solomon-ballard
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Radial Club Hand

Radial Club Hand

Radial Club Hand. Ali Dianat M.D Orthopedic Hand Surgeon Esfahan February 2013. Introduction. A longitudinal deficiency of the radius thumb usually deficient as well bilateral in 50-72% incidence is 1:100,000. Associated Disorders. TAR

By camilla-shaffer
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radial nerve ulnar nerve median nerves

radial nerve ulnar nerve median nerves

Nerve injuries. radial nerve ulnar nerve median nerves. radial nerve:. All extensors by radial n. Triceps (ex. Of elbow) , Extensor carpi radialis longus & brevis (ex. Of the wrist in radial deviation) & Brachioradialis Then divide into : Sensory:

By cody-byers
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HuP 191B – Advanced Assessment of Upper Extremity Injuries

HuP 191B – Advanced Assessment of Upper Extremity Injuries

HuP 191B – Advanced Assessment of Upper Extremity Injuries. Wrist, Hand and Finger Evaluation and Pathologies. History. History. Location of pain Mechanism of injury/etiology Unusual sounds/sensations Onset/duration and description of symptoms Prior history/general health concerns.

By craig-sparks
(234 views)


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