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Shoulder jt

Shoulder Lec/PPT/Obj

QuestionAnswer
Biceps tendon to ABD w/shoulder ER; Shoulder Elevation; Laterally lean trunk Compensationsations w/ABD when rhthym is "off"
45/60-120 degs Glenohumeral painful arc
170-180 degs Acromioclavical painful arc
C5-C6 Pec Major Reflexes; Clavicular portion
C7-C8, T1 Pec Major Reflexes; Sternocostal portion
C5-C6 Biceps
C7-C8 Triceps
Caused by an acromioclavicular dislocation; indicates both acromioclavicular and coraclavicular ligs have benn torn Step Deformity
Appearance of a groove below the acromion process Sulcus sign
Disatl end of clavical lying superior to acromion proces Step deformity
Winging w/movement; caused by lesion of the long thoracic nerve Dynamic Winging
Winging occuring at rest Static Winging
Caused by subacromial bursitis, calcium deposits, peritenonitis, or tendinosis Painful Arc
Most natural motion of elevation Scaption
Active elevation(170-180 deg)through plane of scapula(30-40 degforward flexion) Scaption
Most common congenital deformity of shoulder complex Sprengels Deformity
Congenitally high or undescended scapula Sprengels Deformity
Biceps tendon to ABD w/shoulder ER; Shoulder Elevation; Laterally lean trunk Compensationsations w/ABD when rhthym is "off"
45/60-120 degs Glenohumeral painful arc
170-180 degs Acromioclavical painful arc
C5-C6 Pec Major Reflexes; Clavicular portion
C7-C8, T1 Pec Major Reflexes; Sternocostal portion
C5-C6 Biceps
C7-C8 Triceps
Caused by an acromioclavicular dislocation; indicates both acromioclavicular and coraclavicular ligs have benn torn Step Deformity
Appearance of a groove below the acromion process Sulcus sign
Disatl end of clavical lying superior to acromion proces Step deformity
Winging w/movement; caused by lesion of the long thoracic nerve Dynamic Winging
Winging occuring at rest Static Winging
Caused by subacromial bursitis, calcium deposits, peritenonitis, or tendinosis Painful Arc
Most natural motion of elevation Scaption
Active elevation(170-180 deg)through plane of scapula(30-40 degforward flexion) Scaption
Most common congenital deformity of shoulder complex Sprengels Deformity
Congenitally high or undescended scapula Sprengels Deformity
Rt arm is in ER, Flexion and ABD; Lt arm is in IR, Ext and ADD Apley's Scratch Test
Created by: don74key