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Ulner Deviatiation – The Carpal is the most likely of the bones to break Scaphoid
carpal bones most likely to fracture? Scaphoid is the most likely
...for the other carpals? Radial Deviation
Pa axial/stether method 15 degrees going towards hands
Pa axial/stether method-no sponge called the modified stetcher
Gayner hart method/tangential proj of wrist: A Angle? B Enters? C.R.: Angle 25-30 deg to palm of hand Enters 1 inch below base of third metacarpal
Radius and Ulna in anatomical position lay?
when the arm is flexed... The Radial Fossa receives the arm.
The elbow joint is made up of three joints… A Humoral radial B Radial Humoral C HumoralUlner jnt
Fat pads A largest B Smallest: C And another The largest will be over the elocronon fossa Smallest: over the radial fossa And another over coranoid fossa
Fat pad imp why? because jnt fluid and build up are indications of the patients may have a fracture in that area.
Elbow Lateral 90, why? To see fat pads. MUST BE!
Medial obliq see? (#2) Coranoid process elecronon fossa
Lower Extremity Composed of: (#3) -foot -thigh -leg -hip
Charac's of First MT? -Thickest -Shortest
Most common places of fractures in foot? is in base of 5th MT -must include in ankle proj’s
hand used to be called Navicular scaphoid
Calcaneous Characteristics (#3) -largest of T’s -strongest -proj post/medially
MORTISE JNT! Made up by? -Talus -Tibia -Fibula
Foot Obliq C.R. perp (Prof) -base of third MT
Foot Obliq struc seen? -SINUS TARSI -ALL JNT SPACES AROUND CUBOID
PROJ TO SEE INTERCONDYLER FOSSA? HOMLAD AND CAMP COVENTRY
When Tibia AND Fibula TOTALLY superinterp? IN THE LATERAL OBLIQUE
? PELVIS made up of? -TWO HIP BONES -SACRUM -COCCYX
Aricular surface -where sacrum art with pelvis to form S.I. Jnt
Posterior Part of Pubis -greater sciatic notch
Femur angle(s)? -super -med -ant
S.I. Jnt Class? Synovial, but acts like Cartiliginious
Average adult (angle of Neck of femur) horizontal when older, even more with wider pelvis (fem’s)
Femur Super Ang -120-140 deg to long axis of fem.
C.R. For Radial Dev? CR perp to midcarpals
Created by: Eli-45