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Rad Shoulder

Humerus and Shoulder Girdle

Scapulohumeral Spheroidal or ball and socket(greater freedom of movement)
Sternoclavicular Plane or Gliding
Acromioclavicular Plane or Gliding
Which of the following Humeral Structures is most distal? Lesser Tubercle
What is another term for the mid area of the costal surface of the scapula? Subscapular Fossa
Which of the following scapular structures is most posterior? Acromion
What is the classification for the scapulohumeral joint? Spheroidal
An injury of the anterioinferior aspect of the glenoid labrum is termed? Bankart Lesion
Which of the following AP proximal shoulder projections will demo the lesser tubercle in profile? Internal rotation
Which of the following projections will best demo a possible Hills-Sachs defect? N/A
How much is the body rotation for a posterior oblique position?-Grashey Method 35-45 degrees
What anatomy of the shoulder is best demo'd with a Tangential Projection?-Fisk Modification Glenoid Cavity
How much should the CR be angled for an AP axial projection of the clavicle on an asthenic PT? N/A
The use of AEC is not recommended for the AP projection of the Scapula. T or F? N/A
The shoulder girdle consists of ____, ____, and _____. Proximal Humerus, Scapula, and Clavicle.
The 3 aspects of the Clavicle are the? Sternal Extremity, Body(shaft), and Acromial Extremity.
Do females or males have thicker or more curvy in shape Clavicles? Male
The 3 angles of the Scapula include? Lateral Angle, Superior Angle, and Inferior Angle
Anterior Side of the Scapula is referred to as? Costal Surface
Anatomic Name for Armpit? Axilla
2 Fossae located on the posterior Scapula? Infraspinous Fossa and Supraspinous Fossa
All joints of the shoulder girdle are classified as being? Synovial (Diarthrodial)
Scapulohumeral-joint classification Spheroidal
Sternoclavicular-joint classification Plane
Acromioclavicular-joint classification Plane
Greater Tubercle Proximal Humerus
Coracoid Process Scapula
Crest of Spine Scapula
Coronoid Process Not part of the shoulder girdle
Acromial Extremity Clavicle
Intertubercular Groove Proximal Humerus
Condylar Process Not part of shoulder girdle
Surgical Neck Proximal Humerus
At what angle should the affected arm be abducted from the body for the Inferosuperior Axial Projection? 90 degrees
Proximal Humerus Rotation if the Greater Tubercle is profiled laterally External Rotation
Proximal Humerus Rotation if the Humeral Epicondlyes angled 45 degrees the the IR Neutral Rotation
Proximal Humerus Rotation if the Epicondyles are perpendicular to the IR Internal Rotation
Proximal Humerus Rotation if there is supination of the hand External Rotation
Proximal Humerus Rotation if the palm of hand is against thigh Neutral Rotation
Proximal Humerus Rotation if Epicondyles are parallel to the IR External Rotation
Proximal Humerus Rotation if Lesser Tubercle is profiled medially Internal Rotation
Proximal Humerus Rotation if Proximal Humerus is in a lateral Position Internal Rotation
Proximal Humerus in position for an AP projection External Rotation
T or F: The use of a grid is not required for shoulders that measure less than 10 cm TRUE
T or F: Low mA with short exposure times should be used for adult shoulder studies? FALSE
T or F: Large focal spot setting should be selected for most adult shoulder studies? FALSE
T or F: A high speed screen IR is recommended for shoulder studies when using a grid? TRUE
T or F: The gonadal dose for most shoulder projections is .1 mrad or less. TRUE
T or F: The use of contact shields over the breast, lung, and thyroid regions is recommended for most shoulder projections? TRUE
kV range to be used for a shoulder series on the average adult? 70 to 80 kV
If physical immobilization is required, which individual should be asked to restrain a child for a shoulder series? Parent or Guardian
T or F: CT arthography of the shoulder joint requires the use of iodinated contrast media injected into the joint? TRUE
T or F: Nuclear Medicine bone scans can demo signs of osteomyelitis and cellulitis? TRUE
T or F: Ultrasound can provide a functional (dynamic) evaluation of joint movement that MRI cannot. TRUE
Compression between the greater tuberosity and soft tissues on the coracoacromial ligamentous and osseous arch? Impingement Syndrome
Injury of the anterioinferior glenoid labrum? Bankart Lesion
Inflammatory condition of the tendon? Tendonitis
Superior Displacement of the Distal Clavicle? Acromioclavicular Joint Dislocation
Compression fracture of the articular surface of the humeral head? Hills-Sachs Defect
Traumatic injury to one or more of the supportive muscles of the shoulder girdle? Rotator Cuff Tear
Atrophy of Skeletal Tissue? Osteoporosis
Subacromial Spurs Impingement Syndrome
Fluid Filled Joint Space Bursitis
Thin bony cortex Osteoporosis
Abnormal widening of acromioclavicular joint space Acromioclavicular joint seperation
Created by: RadTGirl7