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Shoulder physical examination

Shoulder physical examination

Shoulder physical examination . Abdulaziz Alomar, MD, MSc FRCSC Assistant Professor and consultant Orthopaedic surgeon. KKUH, KSU. Special tests. Rotator cuff. Instability AC joint. Impingement syndrome. Biceps SLAP Thoracic outlet Syndrome. Conditions. Instability

By andrew
(420 views)

Foot Surface Anatomy

Foot Surface Anatomy

Foot Surface Anatomy. Bony Palpation. Medial Aspect. Medial Calcaneous. Medial Malleolus. Sustentaculum Tali. Talar Head. Navicular Tubercle. First Cuneiform. First Metatarsal. First Metatarsalphalangeal Joint. First Phalanx. Bony Palpation. Lateral Aspect. Lateral Calcaneous.

By pooky
(1915 views)

Overview of the LS Translation Testing Program

Overview of the LS Translation Testing Program

Overview of the LS Translation Testing Program. Translating Division Office of Language Services U.S. Department of State. Excellence in Human Resources. Testing Standards and Principles. Evaluative standards directly linked to job requirements

By dillian
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Orthopedic Special Tests 	for the Shoulder

Orthopedic Special Tests for the Shoulder

Orthopedic Special Tests for the Shoulder. James H. Lynch, MD, MS Military Sports Medicine Fellowship Modified from lecture by Keith Scorza, MD, MBA. History and Physical Exam. Cornerstone of the diagnostic process Determine Treatment Path Avoid unnecessary procedures. History

By Mercy
(57 views)

PREPARING FOR AN FDA AUDIT

PREPARING FOR AN FDA AUDIT

PREPARING FOR AN FDA AUDIT. ANDREA BRANCHE INVESTIGATOR USFDA Houston Resident Post Dallas District. The Inspection Process: Perspective and Approach. Purpose is quality assurance, not quality control/monitoring

By ansel
(556 views)

IN THE NAME OF GOD

IN THE NAME OF GOD

IN THE NAME OF GOD. FARAJI.Z.MD. ADDITIONAL SPECIAL TEST. The special tests performed at this phase should be used to further differentiate between pathological and normal tissue suspect to be pathological based on the findings. several types of special tests. . Joint stability tests

By mirabel
(205 views)

Special Tests

Special Tests

Special Tests. Scroll to Special Tests and press Enter. Enter. Scroll to Special Tests. Press the OK soft key. . Press the OK soft key. Press the Special Test category to perform tests. Enter. Scroll to Engine Controls. Scroll to specific tests and press Enter. Enter.

By ifama
(138 views)

Principles of Clinical Pathology and Decision Making

Principles of Clinical Pathology and Decision Making

KINE 3330 Pathology & Pharmacology. Principles of Clinical Pathology and Decision Making. Chapter 1. SPRING 2007. Objectives. Discuss systemic pathology and how it differs from musculoskeletal injury/illness

By jin
(183 views)

Basic Injury Evaluation: HOPS

Basic Injury Evaluation: HOPS

Basic Injury Evaluation: HOPS. Sara Thomas, MEd, ATC Clinical Lead- Dr. Cooper/DME Coordinator Fort Wayne Orthopedics. HOPS. H- History O- Observation P- Palpation S- Special Testing. 2 Types of Evaluations. On the Field Evaluation Quick assessment to determine severity of injury.

By beyla
(517 views)

Don’t Teach Developers Security

Don’t Teach Developers Security

Don’t Teach Developers Security. Caleb Sima caleb@armorize.com Armorize Technologies. Who am I?. 1997-2000: Ex- ISSer from X-Force 2000-2007: Founder and CTO of SPI Dynamics 2007-2010: CTO of Application Security at HP Current…: CEO of Armorize Technologies. Old Man in Security Now….

By kaemon
(87 views)

MS III Algorithm Project Meniscal Tear

MS III Algorithm Project Meniscal Tear

MS III Algorithm Project Meniscal Tear. Katie Martin, Sara Karcher , Kate Wiens , Sarah Lickteig. http://orthoinfo.aaos.org/topic.cfm?topic=a00358. Anatomy. Each knee contains a medial (c-shaped) and lateral (o-shaped) meniscus Made of fibrocartilage

By marika
(224 views)

Injury Maintenance

Injury Maintenance

Injury Maintenance . What to do once an injury occurs?. Create a medical form including everything you think needs to be included in an injury report. Types of Injuries . Closed (Unexposed) Wounds Closed soft tissue: Contusion Sprain Strain

By kimball
(128 views)

Masses By : Nermeen Al Othaimeen

Masses By : Nermeen Al Othaimeen

Masses By : Nermeen Al Othaimeen. I tried my best to do this presentation comprehensible. I answered the questions in the best way I can , my sources were the net, and doctors .

By charla
(112 views)

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease. By Nik Sanyal. This = movement disorder caused by degeneration of dopamine pathways in substantia nigra Characterised by : TREMOR RIGIDITY BRADYKINESIA +/- postural instability. Epidemiology + Risk Factors. Peak age of onset = 55-65 Men > Women

By virote
(151 views)

ASTHMA AND COPD

ASTHMA AND COPD

ASTHMA AND COPD. Dr sanjena Mithra , fy1. Objectives. Differentiate severity of acute asthma exacerbations Pathophysiology of Asthma and COPD Discuss CXR and ABG Type 1 vs Type 2 respiratory failure. 5 mins – pretest 10 mins – case 1 10 mins – case 2

By misha
(500 views)

Shoulder Complex

Shoulder Complex

Shoulder Complex. Shoulder Anatomy. Clavicle Scapula Humerus Articulations: Sternoclavicular joint Acromioclavicular joint Glenohumeral joint. Shoulder Anatomy. Ligaments AC Glenohumeral lig/joint capsule Labrum. Shoulder Anatomy. Musculature “Rotator cuff” Subscapularis

By sailor
(227 views)

The ANKLE

The ANKLE

The ANKLE. Tibia Medial malleolus Fibula Lateral malleolus Talus Calcaneus. The Ankle. Talocrural Joint Talus and Malleoli of Tibia/Fibula Movement Subtalar Joint Talus and Calcaneus Movement. ANKLE SPRAINS. Inversion Sprain Anterior Talofibular Ligament

By nituna
(123 views)

Head Evaluation Process

Head Evaluation Process

Head Evaluation Process. Sports Med 2. History. Any loss of consciousness? Note length of time unconscious for Determine level of consciousness (LOC) Alert- awake and responds immediately and appropriately Confused-impaired memory Lethargic- drowsy yet easily aroused

By jenis
(60 views)

Ch. 21 Shoulder Injuries

Ch. 21 Shoulder Injuries

Ch. 21 Shoulder Injuries. Impingement Syndrome. Space between humeral head below and acromion above becomes narrowed The structures that live in that space becomes impinged Joint capsule Tendons of rotator cuff bursa. Impingement Syndrome. Most common in overhead athletes

By liana
(241 views)

Sport & Soft tissues injuries

Sport & Soft tissues injuries

Sport & Soft tissues injuries. Dr. Abdulaziz Alomar, MBBS, MSc , FRCSC Assistant professor Consultant O rthopaedic surgeon. Objectives . By the end of this teaching session the students should be able to

By chick
(112 views)

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