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Musculoskeletal Interventions 1

8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Biceps, Tendinopathy, Genu Valgum
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ACUTE ANKLE INJURIES COMMON Description Mechanism/Onset Clinical features Tests Treatment/Evaluat...

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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Ulnar Artery, Necrosis, Scalene Muscles
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Hand & Finger Pain C OMMON Description Onset/Mechanism Clinical Features Test Treatment/Evaluation BASE OF 1ST Two main # types:1) Extra-...

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8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Ulnar Nerve, Metacarpal Bones, Subungual Hematoma
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FINGER INJURIES Common/ Less Likely/ NTBM? Objective Examination Observe and compare right to left skin, swelling and deformities (nodules/tendon disruption) Sx: FDP/FDS tendon injury, volar plate grade 3, central slip ...

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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Clavicle Fracture, Tendinopathy, Axillary Vein
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SHOULDER INJURIES Common/ Less Likely/ NTBM? Objective Examination Articular/Muscular tests Observe pt standing dominant shoulder lower, position of scap, muscle bulk, clavicle and look for asymmetry. Skin colour, swea...

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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Arthropathy, Greenstick Fracture, Avulsion Fracture
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ANKLE INJURIES Common/ Less Likely/ NTBM? Objective Examination Expose ankle (deformities, postural defects, scars, swelling, bruising, and wounds) Use *for issues. Dont need to do every test. Explain if you dont. Always...

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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Slipped Capital Femoral Epiphysis, Reactive Arthritis, Osteoarthritis
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HIP INJURIES Common/ Less Likely/ NTBM? Objective Examination Observe mm bulk, gluteal folds and knee crease symmetry, degree of pelvic tilt, lumbar lordosis, etc. Gait (foot, knee, hip) and march on spot). ASIS deformit...

University of Canberra
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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Popliteus Muscle, Avulsion Fracture, Quadriceps Femoris Muscle
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KNEE INJURIES Common/ Less Likely/ NTBM? ER goes with extension. IR goes with flexion. Tibia is concave and femur convex flexion glide the same way. Objective Examination Ottowa rules any findings send for an xray. Fi...

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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Humerus, Avulsion Fracture, Posterior Interosseous Nerve
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ELBOW INJURIES Common/ Less Likely/ NTBM? Objective Examination Standing or lying Observe carrying angle, olecranon height, skin, swelling and deformity (muscle wasting too) Articular/Muscular tests AROM: flexion and ex...

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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 14: Arthropathy, Posterior Interosseous Nerve, Avascular Necrosis
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WRIST INJURIES Common/ Less Likely/ NTBM? 6 pack xray. Ulnar variance may cause TFCC compaction Objective Examination Observe skin, swelling and deformity. Dominant hand! Articular/Muscular tests AROM (flex, ext, sup, pr...

University of Canberra
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Jeremey
8977 Lecture 2: Bone
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Functions of the Skeleton Supportive framework: rigid anchor Movement: using bones as levers Protection: of CNS, thoracic and abdominopelvic organs Mineral store: of calcium and phosphate ions Blood cell production: R...

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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Neuroma, Fibula, Tendinosis
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Ankle and Foot Injuries Anatomy Bones Tib, fib, talus, calcaneus, nav, cuboid, medial, middle + lat cuneiforms, metatarsals, phalanges, sesamoids Joints Inferior tib fib, talocrural, subtalar mid: talonavicular, calcane...

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8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Medial Collateral Ligament, Cartilage, Epiphyseal Plate
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Pathology Tables Ligament Injury Role: Passive guidance of bones in joint motion (kinematics glides, slides etc) Stability o Prevents abnormal motion or dislocation Proprioception o Joint position feedback lig connected...

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Jeremey
8977 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Edema, Vasospasm, Macrophage
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Tissue Injury and Repair Initiated by: Tissue damage Heat Irritating chemicals Infection Actual physical damage Cell death Loss of communication between adjacent cells, or cells and their support Stages of Repair 1....

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