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Patella Fracture and Extensor Mechanism Injuries
Patella Fracture and Extensor Mechanism Injuries - presentation

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Kyle T. Judd MS, MD, FACS. David J. Hak . MD, MBA, FACS. Updated February 2016. 1. Anatomy. Patella. Largest sesamoid . bone. Triangular . shape (apex distal). Distal pole - patellar . tendon origin.

Forearm
Forearm - presentation

tawny-fly

, Wrist, and . Hand Evaluation. Overview. Applied anatomy. Common wrist and hand injuries. History. Observation. Examination. AROM/PROM. Special tests. Neurological exam. Circulatory exam. Bony Anatomy.

Kinesiology Laboratory 4:
Kinesiology Laboratory 4: - presentation

debby-jeon

Activity Analysis of the Upper Extremity. Today’s Activities. Soft Tissue Palpation of the Wrist and Hand. Activity Analysis. Military Press. Sit Up. Soft Tissue Palpation. Understanding the anatomy of the tendons can lead to greater understanding of injuries that can occur.

FOREARM
FOREARM - presentation

pamella-mo

1. The Fore arm is divided into . : . Anterior / Flexor compartment. Posterior / Extensor compartment. 2. Contents of anterior compartment. : . It is occupied by muscles, blood vessels and nerves. Muscles.

Muscle Diagrams Figure 10.10a
Muscle Diagrams Figure 10.10a - presentation

giovanna-b

External. intercostal. (a). Internal. intercostal. Figure 10.10b. Foramen for. esophagus. Costal cartilage. Lumbar. vertebra. Xiphoid process of sternum. Diaphragm. Quadratus. lumborum . Psoas major.

Muscles acting on the shoulder and upper limb
Muscles acting on the shoulder and upper limb - presentation

alexa-sche

p. pt#5 Muscles. 10-. 2. Muscles Acting on Shoulder and Upper Limb. compartments. – spaces in which muscles are organized and are separated by fibrous connective tissue sheets . (fasciae). each compartment contains one or more functionally related muscles along with their nerve and blood supplies.

Muscles acting on the shoulder and upper limb
Muscles acting on the shoulder and upper limb - presentation

alexa-sche

p. pt#5 Muscles. 10-. 2. Muscles Acting on Shoulder and Upper Limb. compartments. – spaces in which muscles are organized and are separated by fibrous connective tissue sheets . (fasciae). each compartment contains one or more functionally related muscles along with their nerve and blood supplies.

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allen2e_12_02_li allen2e_12_02_li - presentation

debby-jeon

allen2e_12_02_li. allen2e_12_03_li. allen2e_12_06_li. allen2e_12_06_li. (b). (c). allen2e_14_01a_li. allen2e_14_01a_li. allen2e_14_01bc_li. allen2e_14_03_li. allen2e_14_03_li. allen2e_14_04a_li. allen2e_14_04a_li.

Arm Model Pix 1 Arm Muscle Model
Arm Model Pix 1 Arm Muscle Model - presentation

pamella-mo

14 Deltoid. 11 . Infraspinatus. 12 . Teres. minor. 13. 22b Long head of triceps brachii. 22 Triceps brachii. 25 Profunda brachii artery. 24 radial nerve. 42 Extensor carpi radialis longus. 43 Extensor carpi .

Dribbling a Basketball
Dribbling a Basketball - presentation

phoebe-cli

By: . Fabio . Pawlus. What is Dribbling in Basketball?. Dribbling in basketball is a controlled bouncing of a basketball. Dribbling allows the basketball player to move freely up and down the court. .

What are your extensor
What are your extensor - pdf

lois-ondre

tendons and why have these been repaired? The large muscles on the back of your forearm are attached to tendons that cross the wrist and attach on to the bones of your ngers. These are responsib

O., Mirkov D., Strength and Power of Knee Extensor Muscles, PHYSICAL
O., Mirkov D., Strength and Power of Knee Extensor Muscles, - pdf

pasty-tole

5 796.012.11:616.728.3 Review paperSTRENGTH AND POWER OF KNEE EXTENSOR MUSCLESknee extensors. Therefore, this review will be focused on knee extensors, methods for assessmen

Biceps Brachii Long head
Biceps Brachii Long head - pdf

tatiana-do

Deltoid - Anterior Extensor Digitorum anterior surface of fibula External Obliques Outer surfaces of lower eight ribs Anterior half of crest of ilium and from ribs to Pectoralis Minor Anterior surf

RUPTURE OF EXTENSOR TENDONS BY ATTRITION AT THE INFERI
RUPTURE OF EXTENSOR TENDONS BY ATTRITION AT THE INFERI - pdf

briana-ran

J VAUGHANJACKSON LONDON ENGLAND From the Department of Orthopaedic and ccident Surgery the London Hospital Ruptures of tendons by attrition such as those of extensor pollicis longus and the long head of biceps brachii are well recognised References

Figure 1: The average time history for joint impulses as subjects perf
Figure 1: The average time history for joint impulses as sub - pdf

mitsue-sta

Hip extensor impulse (Nmsec)/(kgm) Knee extensor impulse Ankle extensor impulse .045 .049 .019 .046 .045 .019

The Muscular System A&P Fall 2016
The Muscular System A&P Fall 2016 - presentation

ellena-man

IV. Muscle Movements, Types and Names. Type of Body Movements. Muscles connect to bones at no less than 2 points. Origin- attached to an immovable or less movable bone. A muscle may have more than one origin.

EXTREMITAS CAUDAL I
EXTREMITAS CAUDAL I - presentation

pasty-tole

(LATERAL). Regio glutealis. Regio femoralis. Regio cruris (tibiofibula). Regio tarsi. Regio metatarsi. Regio digiti. REGIO PADA KAKI BELAKANG. BAHASAN. REGIO GLUTEALIS DAN FEMURALIS LATERAL. REGIO TIBIOFIBULA LATERAL.

Circular   (orbicularis oris)
Circular (orbicularis oris) - presentation

natalia-si

Convergent. (. pectoralis. major). Parallel. (. sartorius. ). Unipennate. (extensor digitorum. longus). Multipennate. (deltoid). Fusiform. (biceps brachii). Bipennate. (rectus femoris). Fascicle Arrangement Patterns.

Lecture 10
Lecture 10 - presentation

sherrill-n

Locust jump. Joints: . coxal. . monocondylic. joint: many axes of rotation. Pinnate muscle, . apodemes. : adaptation. Heitler. W.J. 1974. The locust jump. Specializations of the . metathoracic. femoral-.

Bio 325 Lecture 15
Bio 325 Lecture 15 - presentation

luanne-sto

‘Sudden appendages’: lunging and jumping. Roberts T.J. & Azizi E. 2011. Flexible mechanisms: the diverse roles of biological springs in vertebrate movement. J. exp. Biol. 214: 353-361.. “Springs deform when a force is applied and recoil to their resting shape when the force is released. Materials [resilin, abductin are just extremes of rubbery flexible skeletal materials -- chitin and collagen also store energy even when relatively stiff] can act like springs when loaded in tension, like a rubber band, or in compression, like a rubber ball. Both kinds of loading are important in nature. When springy materials deform, they store energy in the form of elastic strain energy, and when they recoil this energy is released. The amount of energy stored depends on the material stiffness and the deformation.”.

Iliopsoas
Iliopsoas - presentation

trish-goza

– hip flexion. Glut. Max.: Hip extension, thigh . abduction, lat. rot. of thigh. Gl. Med.: Thigh abduction, Med. And lat rotation of thigh . Gl. Min.: abduction of hip, medial rot of hip . Biceps .

Trapezius
Trapezius - presentation

briana-ran

– elevates scapula, depresses scapula. Latissimus. . dorsi. – adducts, extends and medially rotates the . humerus. Deltoid: arm abduction, flexion and extension. Pectoralis. major: adduction of arm, medial rotation of .

BIOL 203 – Summer 2012
BIOL 203 – Summer 2012 - presentation

natalia-si

Instructor: Alexandra . Okihiro. The Forearm, Wrist and Hand. Head. Radial Tuberosity. Styloid. Process. Styloid. Process. Olecranon Process. Trochlear Notch (U shape). Radial Notch. Head. [Note: The ulna is the only bone where the “head” is found at the distal end instead of proximal end.].

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