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MS Radiology 10-04Shoulder Elbow Wrist

MS Radiology 10-04Shoulder Elbow Wrist - Term Definition...

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Term: Shoulder Trauma Definition: AC separation, Dislocations (A or P), Fxs (humerus, clavicle, scapula) Term: Standard Shoulder X-Ray Views Definition: AP view in external & internal rotation (evaul greater and lesser tuberosity), axillary view, transscapulary-y Term: What can you see on an AP External Rotated XRay Definition: acromion, greater tuberosity, lesser tuberosity is imposed, interubercular groove, anatomical & surgical neck, clavicle, coracoid process, scapula Term: What can you see on an AP Internal Rotated XRay Definition: same as external, but lesser tuberosity is easier seen Term: Axillary project Definition: best to see if humeral head is in the glenoid
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Term: X-Ray: Trauma AC & Coracoclavicular Separation Definition: graded 1-3 based on distances of separation AC: spraiedm disrupted, disrupted. CC: intact, sprained, disrputed. X-Ray: normal, widening stepoff AC, + widening CC Term: XRay & Shoulder Dislocation: Incidence Definition: anterior = 96%, posterior 2-4%, inferior 1-2% (luxatio erecta) Term: XRay & Shoulder Dislocation:
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