By Ludwig Ombregt MD
Many scholars study the main points of skeletal anatomy yet then locate it tough to narrate that wisdom to actual humans after they current for medical exam and overview. This atlas fills the data hole among descriptive anatomy and pathology and is helping the scholar make the hyperlink among the 2. It addresses the medical visual appeal of ordinary tissues and their functionality and gives advice on how you can study and determine common joints.The Atlas of Orthopedic exam of the Peripheral Joints offers a useful resource of connection with the contributors of all wellbeing and fitness care professions eager about the administration of orthopaedic difficulties.
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21 The cubital tunnel. Fig. 22 Copyrighted Material Medial view of the elbow (skeleton). 30 ATLAS OF ORTHOPEDIC EXAMINATION Fig. 23 Medial view of the elbow (in vivo). Fig. 25 The common flexor tendon: 1, tenoperiosleal; 2, musculotendinous. 5 em more distally, just below the inferior border of the epicondyle and with the elbow slightly flexed, a thick and round muscular mass is palpable: the musculotendinous junction of this flexor group (C) consisting of, from medial Fig. 24 to lateral: the flexor carpi uLnaris, the palmari longus, the flexor carpi radialis and the pronate teres.
It runs distally to attach to the radial tuberosity. Medial to the tendon its aponeurosis (6) can be felt, and lateral to the tendon the belly of the brachioradialis muscle (C). PrOXimally the biceps broadens and its musculotendinous junc tion (D) can be perceived, and even more proxi mally its muscle belly (Fig. 3 and Fig. 2, E). Medial to the bicipital tendon, deep under the aponeurosis, lie the brachial artery and the 21 Copyrighted Material 22 ATLAS OF ORTHOPEDIC EXAMINATION Fig. 3 Fig. 1 Palpation of the biceps muscle belly.
One hand supports the distal part of the forearm and the other hand is on top of the shoulder. Procedure. Resist the subject's attempt to extend the elbow (Fig. 31). Common mistakes: In strong subjects, flexion cannot sufficiently be resisted if the resistance is not given perpendicular to the subject's forearm. Movement is allowed at the elbow. • • InnervatIon Peripheral Nerve root Triceps brachii Radial C7-C8 Anconeus Radial C7-C8 Common pathological situations: The test is painful when a lesion of the triceps is present.
Atlas of Orthopedic Examination of the Peripheral Joints by Ludwig Ombregt MD