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Diagnosis3 facts about diagnosis
Adhesive Capsulitis "Frozen Shoulder" -Capsular pattern (ER, IR, ABd.) -middle aged females -decreased fluid in joint capsule (arthrogram)
Bicipital tendonitis -Overhead activities/lifting -Speed's or Yergason's tests -Deep ache in front & on top of shoulder
Carpal tunnel syndrome -females 35-55 -muscle atrophy (aBductor pollicis brevis & thenar muscles) -Tinel's sign or Phalen's test
Lateral epicondylitis "Tennis elbow" -common extensor tendon in elbow -repeated overuse of wrist extensors (esp. extensor carpi radialis brevis) -difficulty gripping objects or insufficient forearm strength -Cozen's, Lateral epicondylitis test, or Mill's test
Rotator Cuff tendonitis -weak SUPRASPINATUS (cannot adequately depress humeral head in glenoid fossa for elevation) -overhead activities -painful arc: 60-120 degrees of aBduction
Created by: s1234