Injury Nomenclature

Articular surface injuries articular hyaline

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Unformatted text preview: depth increases, stress on underlying bone As increases Full thickness can expose underlying bone Full – X-ray dx – Disability secondary to P! Articular Surface Injuries Articular Hyaline Cartilage Dislodged fragments of bone in a joint Dislodged space space – “Joint Mice” Juvenile Adult P!, < ROM, locking Causes – Ischemia – Trauma – Degenerative Changes Articular Surface Injuries Articular Hyaline Cartilage Arthritis – Osteoarthritis is most common in athletes – Weight-bearing joints Articular cartilage begins to degenerate S/S – Swelling & reddness – P! w/ joint compression – Rheumatoid arthritis Systemic condition, affects multiple joints Joints appear hard and nodular Family history common Bony Injuries Bony Fractures – Location, Severity, Shape – Avulsion – Stress Exostosis Apophysitis Fractures Fractures Classification – Location Epiphyseal, Diaphyseal, Articular – Shape Spiral, greenstick, comminuted, depressed, Spiral, transverse, compacted, longitudinal transverse, – Sevarity Incomplete, undisplaced, displaced, compoun...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2014 for the course ATHT 363 taught by Professor Unknown during the Fall '11 term at S.E. Louisiana.

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