Lab14 elbowwrist-1 - ELBOW WRIST Elbow Anatomy Joints humeroulnar humeroradial proximal radioulnar 23 muscles provide stability Ligaments ulnar

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Elbow Anatomy Joints: humeroulnar, humeroradial & proximal radioulnar 23 muscles provide stability Ligaments: ulnar collateral ligament,
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Wrist Anatomy Joints: radiocarpal, intercarpal & distal radioulnar 9 muscles cross the wrist Ligaments: volar radiocarpal, dorsal radiocarpal,
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Movements of Elbow & Wrist Flexion: (140-150°) brachialis, biceps brachii & brachioradialis Extension: (0-10°) Pronation: (90°) pronator quadratus Supination: (90°) Flexion: (80-90°) flexor carpi ulnaris & radialis, palmaris longus Extension: (70-90°) extensor carpi radialis longus & brevis & extensor carpi ulnaris Radial deviation: (15°) flexor & extensor carpi radialis Ulnar deviation: (30-
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Common Injury: Collateral Ligament Sprain MOI: elbow hyperextension, valgus or varus force on elbow, FOOSH S/Sx: localized pn over medial elbow, pt tenderness on joint line, + valgus stress test Tx: PRICE, possible immobilization (sling), ROM and isometrics for flexors, extensors & pronators
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Common Injury: Medial Epicondylitis AKA golfer’s or thrower’s elbow MOI: overuse & repeated valgus forces, medial tension/lateral compression, during acceleration of throwing motion S/Sx: swelling, pt tenderness over humeroulnar joint, pn w/ resisted wrist Special Tests: Valgus stress test
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Common Injury: Lateral Epicondylitis AKA tennis elbow (more common than medial epicondylitis) MOI: overuse & repeated loading of extensor muscles, during deceleration of throwing motion S/Sx: pn is anterior and/or distal to lateral
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This note was uploaded on 02/07/2011 for the course KH 3500 taught by Professor Appleberry during the Spring '10 term at Georgia State University, Atlanta.

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Lab14 elbowwrist-1 - ELBOW WRIST Elbow Anatomy Joints humeroulnar humeroradial proximal radioulnar 23 muscles provide stability Ligaments ulnar

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