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GLENOID LABRUM It's a fibrocartilagenous rim attached to margin of glenoid cavity It further strengthens by long head of biceps origin and sup glenohumeral ligament It is a STATIC stabiliser of joint and prevents excessive rollback of humerus 29. Sublabral recess 30 SLAP Lesion Types • Type 1- Frayed or degenerative labrum but still attached. • Type 2- Fraying with detachment of the superior labrum and biceps tendon from the glenoid. • Type 3- A bucket handle tear from the labrum with biceps intact. • Type 4- A bucket handle tear from the labrum that extends through the biceps tendon. 4, 5, 6 6 The glenoid labrum is similar to the meniscus of the knee. It is a fibro-cartilaginous rubbery structure which encircles the glenoid cavity deepening the socket providing static stability to the glenohumeral joint. It acts and looks almost like a washer, sealing the two sides of the joint together.The labrum is described like a clock face with. Clinical Examination Of Shoulder 1. BY DR MALEY DEEPAK KUMAR SENIOR RESIDENT, AIIMS, JODHPUR 2. • Shoulder pain: a common complaint in primary care • 2nd only to knee pain for specialist referrals • Most common causes in adults (peak ages 40-60) • Subacromial impingement syndrome • Rotator cuff problems • Athletic injuries • Shoulder: 8-13% of all athletic injurie GLENOID LABRUM • Fibro-cartilage rim attached around margin of glenoid cavity. • Triangular on section • Thickest portion at circumference of cavity, free edge is sharp and thin • Continuous above with long head of biceps • Deepens cavity for articulation and protects edges of bone • Lined by synovial membrane 15

The structure anterior to the glenoid is not a thorn labrum, but the middle glenohumeral ligament. Notice extention of the SLAP-tear further to posterior (red arrow). Finally there is a medially displaced inferoanterior labrum at the 3-6 o 'clock position, i.e. an ALPSA-lesion (black arrow) BANKART AND HILL- SACH LESION BANKART LESION-Injury of the anterior glenoid labrum of the shoulder due to anterior shoulder dislocation. HILL-SACH LESION-is a cortical depression in the posterolateral head of humerus due to forceful impaction of humeral head against anteroinferior glenoid rim, in case of anterior dislocation. 12 T2 signal intensity between the superior labrum, lateral to glenoid rim, and posterior to the biceps. sensitivity ~50% and specificity ~90% which increases with arthrogram. may see an associated paralabral ganglion cyst, which is highly specific for labral tear. usually in the spinoglenoid notch The shoulder labrum is a thick piece of tissue attached to the rim of the shoulder socket that helps keep the ball of the joint in place. The labrum can tear a few different ways: 1) completely off the bone, 2) within or along the edge of the labrum, or 3) where the bicep tendon attaches. Diagnosing a labrum tear involves a physical examination. MRI shoulder humerus infraspinatus S c a p u l a Teres m inor supraspinatus D e lt o i d Clavicle Glenoid labrum Long Head of Triceps 57. Shoulder - MRI - Axial Plane 58. SupS D D IS Shoulder - MRI - Axial Plane 59. Shoulder - MRI - Coronal Plane Supraspinatus Rotator Cuff SS Tendon Fluid in Joint Glenoid Acr -- Clav 60

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Anatomy. The shoulder is a synovial articulation between the glenoid and the humeral head in which the shallow glenoid articulation is deepened an additional 50% by the fibrocartilaginous labrum that forms a rim around the perimeter of the glenoid ().Both the glenoid and the humeral head are covered by a layer of hyaline articular cartilage Anatomy of shoulder joint to help pain interventionists during procedure Labral Tear. Shoulder instability can occur whenever the labrum is torn or peeled off of the glenoid. This can occur after a shoulder dislocation, shoulder trauma or as a result of repetitive motion (like throwing a baseball). Genetic Condition. Some people are born with somewhat loose shoulder ligaments (they have a loose or spacious capsule) The Shoulder Joint (Glenohumeral Joint) What bones make up the shoulder joint? Clavicle Scapula Humerus Joint involved The shoulder joint is made up of the - A free PowerPoint PPT presentation (displayed as a Flash slide show) on PowerShow.com - id: 5a1e26-OTc0 The glenoid labrum is a fibrocartilaginous structure attached around the margin of the glenoid cavity and covering the bony surface. It provides stability of the glenohumeral joint, restricting anterior and posterior displacement of the humeral head. The labrum is larger on the superior aspect than inferiorly

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  1. The glenoid labrum is routinely evaluated in all three imaging planes. Although the axial plane is usually emphasized as best for labral evaluation, several authors have found the coronal plane most sensitive in the diagnosis of SLAP lesions . The superior labrum is situated in a more curved area of the glenoid bone and therefore is more.
  2. Glenoid labrum. Patient position: Same as for infraspinatus and inferior to this for the more inferior part of the posterior labrum. For the anterior part, transverse as for biceps tendon, and for the more posterior part, hand behind the head with shoulder abducted. The literature claims high sensitivity and specificity, especially for the.
  3. SLAP (Superior Labral tear from Anterior to Posterior) lesion: consists of injury to the glenoid labrum. Presents as dull pain, discomfort, decreased range of motion and strength, joint instability, and change in velocity in overhead athletes
  4. Shoulder anatomy The shoulder joint (glenohumeral joint) is a ball and socket joint between the scapula and the humerus.It is the major joint connecting the upper limb to the trunk. It is one of the most mobile joints in the human body, at the cost of joint stability. Joint Capsule and Bursae The joint capsule is a fibrous sheath which encloses the structures of th
  5. The Glenoid Labrum is a rubbery fibrocartilaginous structure that lines the shoulder joint to provide more surface area for the head of the humerus and the glenoid fossa of the scapula. As you can see, the labrum is like a washer between the 2 bones and acts to limit motion of one bone on the other. The labrum also acts as a shock absorber as.

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  1. As the tendon attaches to the superior lip of the glenoid labrum, it is encountered during arthroscopic shoulder operations and is often included as a component of the operation. Biceps tendon tenotomy, or tendon release, is a commonly used technique used to relieve pain caused by biceps tendinopathies. Tenodesis of the biceps tendon, or.
  2. Background: All-soft tissue suture anchors provide advantages of decreased removal of bone and decreased glenoid volume occupied compared with traditional tap or screw-in suture anchors. Previous published data have led to biomechanical concerns with the use of first-generation all-soft suture anchors. Purpose/hypothesis: The purpose of this study was to evaluate the load to 2-mm displacement.
  3. The fairly flat socket of the glenoid surrounds only 20% - 30% of the humeral head. Because of its poor fit, this joint relies heavily on the surrounding soft tissue for support. The labrum, a ring of fibrocartilage tissue, attaches to the glenoid and deepens the socket to encircle more of the humerus
  4. SlideShare Explorar Pesquisar Voc Bankart's Lesion: Specifically refers to disruption of capsule &/or labrum from anterro-inferior glenoid rim, commonly refers to any bony glenoid disruption. From the impaction of humeral head to anterior inferior glenoid. Assoc. capsular damage & anterior inferior ligament damage High assoc. (85%) with.
  5. Glenoid labrum. Deepens socket of glenoid cavity. Fibrocartilage lining. Extends past the bone. 9-5 The Shoulder Joint. Processes of the Shoulder Joint. Acromion (clavicle) and coracoid process (scapula) Project laterally, superior to the humerus. Help stabilize the joint. 9-5 The Shoulder Joint

Superior Glenoid Labrum Lesions: (SLAP) - Kinetics of baseball pitching with implications about injury mechanisms. - A Cadaveric Model of the Throwing Shoulder: A Possible Etiology of Superior Labrum Anterior-to-Posterior Lesions. - Failure of biceps superior labral complex: A biomechanical investigation comparing late cocking and early. glenoid, a soft fibrous tissue labrum called the . labrum surrounds the glenoid to help deepen and stabilize the . joint. The labrum deepens the glenoid by up to 50 . percent so that the head of the humerus fits better. In addition, it serves as an attachment site for several . ligaments. Injuries. Injuries to the labrum can occur from acute traum

Diagnosis of labral pathology in the shoulder is one of the more challenging areas of MSK radiology. In this 30 minute lecture, Dr. Nguyen describes how to. Medially to the margin of the glenoid cavity outside the labrum; Laterally to the anatomic neck of the humerus. • The capsule is thin and lax, allowing a wide range of movement. 6 LIGAMENTS 1. The glenohumeral ligaments are three weak bands of fibrous tissue that strengthen the front of the capsule. 2 The glenohumeral joint capsule consists of a fibrous capsule, ligaments and the glenoid labrum. Because of its lack of bony stability, the glenohumeral joint is the most commonly dislocated major. At the glenohumeral joint, this injury can result in a tear of the glenoid labrum known as a soft Bankart. In theses lesions, the anteroinferior part of the glenoid labrum is torn in an anterior shoulder dislocation. It therefore stands to reason that a reverse soft Bankart would affect the posteroinferior glenoid labrum in a posterior shoulder. The glenoid labrum (Fig. 6) typically is described as a substantial structure of fibrocartilage that at­taches to the periphery of the glenoid and is wedge­shaped in cross-section. It both continues the general contour of the glenoid and increases the surface area of the articular surface

Anterior release or surprise test (anterior glenohumeral instability) Purpose: To detect an occult anterior instability of the shoulder joint (1). Patient position: Supine lying with the affected shoulder over the edge of the examination table. Examiner position: Stand facing the patient's affected side Glenoid Labrum [edit | edit source] The Glenoid labrum is a fibrocartilaginous, ridge-like connective tissue which increases articular surface area for the humeral head by deepening the glenoid fossa. It provides the primary attachment for the glenohumeral ligaments and gives rise to the long head biceps tendon, capsule, and scapular neck


  1. The glenoid cavity is peripherally surrounded and reinforced by the glenoid labrum, shoulder joint capsule, supporting ligaments, and the myotendinous attachments of the rotator cuff muscles
  2. Glenohumeral Joint Anatomy, Stabilizer, and Biomechanics. scapular plane is 30 degrees anterior to coronal plane. abduction requires external rotation to clear the greater tuberosity from impinging on the acromion. the labrum attached to the glenoid rim and a flat/broad middle glenohumeral ligament is the most common normal variation
  3. glenoid labrum, capsule, capsular lig- aments, and bony articulation. The humeral head is approximately three times the radius of the glenoid fossa, and this anatomical relationship lends to the intrinsic instability of glenohumeral joint. Dynamically, the glenoid must follow the movement of the humeral head to maintain it
  4. ology and classifications used when describing shoulder instability. When a shoulder is unstable it can dislocate, this is the complete separation of the ball of the shoulder, called the head of the Humerus (HOH) from the socket, called the Glenoid.An unstable shoulder can also sublux, this is slightly different from a dislocation in that its a partial.

glenoid labrum • Infraspinatus tendon and teres minor • Suprascapular nerve Anterior Shoulder •endon of the long head of the biceps brachii T • Dynamic Manoeuvre: Medial subluxation of the tendon of the long head of the biceps brachii • Subscapularis tendon An Su Al Po Shoulder Labrum . The labrum is a rim of cartilage that surrounds the socket of the shoulder joint. The socket of the shoulder joint is shallow, and the labrum gives the socket more depth, and thus more stability. The labrum also serves as the attachment of a major tendon in the shoulder, the biceps tendon

The glenoid is a saucer-shaped extension of the scapula. Its shape means that it offers limited bony support to the joint. The glenoid is augmented by the cartilaginous labrum with additional support from the joint capsule, surrounding ligaments and the muscles of the rotator cuff In the knee, chondromalacia is usually related to injury, overuse of the knee, and poorly aligned muscles and bones around the knee joint. These causes include: An imbalance of the muscles around the knee (Some muscles are weaker than others.) Overuse (repeated bending or twisting) of the knee joint, especially during sports The glenoid labrum is a ring composed of mostly dense fibrous tissue. The average depth of the glenoid cavity is 2.5 mm, but the labrum serves to increase this depth. Although the labrum increases the depth and volume of the glenoid cavity, it does not seem to increase the stability of the glenohumeral joint

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Joint Capsule and Bursae. The joint capsule is a fibrous sheath which encloses the structures of the joint.. It extends from the anatomical neck of the humerus to the border or 'rim' of the glenoid fossa.The joint capsule is lax, permitting greater mobility (particularly abduction). The synovial membrane lines the inner surface of the joint capsule, and produces synovial fluid to reduce. Glenoid labrum injury: Pain with abduction/external rotation (anterior labrum), adduction or loading (posterior labrum), or overhead activity (superior labrum) Glenohumeral instability or apprehension with certain arm positions: Absence of neurologic symptoms: Neck pain is infrequent Symptoms maximal when in an at-risk position for the. Humeral head articulates with the glenoid cavity. The cavity is deepened by the glenoid labrum. About 1/3rd of the head actually sits in the cavity. Articular capsule Attaches proximally to the margins of the glenoid cavity, and distally to the anatomical neck of the humerus. IT HAS HOLES IN IT. One hole admits the tendon of the long head of bicep A ring of cartilage called the labrum surrounds the glenoid, while articular (smooth) cartilage covers the head of the humerus. In an anatomic total shoulder replacement, the humeral head and articular cartilage is replaced with a metal ball, and the glenoid is fitted with a plastic piece Examine the glenoid margin and the humeral head for defects. The distal stump of the subscapularis tendon is attached to the most convenient soft-tissue structure along the anterior rim of the glenoid cavity, which may be the labrum itself

Shoulder joint dislocation is often seen with glenohumeral joint. Shoulder joint separation is either partial or complete. Partial separation is known as subluxation and complete separation is known as dislocation. Dislocation is a breakage of link between humerus and glenoid socket of scapula Introduction [edit | edit source]. Internal impingement is a common cause of shoulder pain in overhead athletes. It is commonly described as a condition characterized by excessive or repetitive contact between the posterior aspect of the greater tuberosity of the humeral head and the posterior-superior aspect of the glenoid border when the arm is placed in extreme ranges of abduction and. 10.1055/b-0039-167677 28 Eden-Hybinette for Failed Latarjet ProcedureKyong S. Min, Neal C. Chen, Michelle J. Chang, and Jon J.P. Warner Abstract The Eden-Hybinette procedure is an option for treatment in patients with glenohumeral bone loss greater than 40% of the glenoid. Iliac crest bone graft is fashioned and secured to the glenoid defect therapist. Glenoid labral pathology was evident on prior magnetic resonance imaging, which had led to a persistent focus on the shoulder. The evalua-tion by the physical therapist revealed significant mobility deficits in the cervical, thoracic, and lum-bar spine. Radiographs and laboratory tests were ordered and a referral was made to rheumatolog A shoulder dislocation may look visibly deformed, however. The ball has separated completely from the socket, so the shoulder may square off and look like it is at an odd angle. Oftentimes, there may be an associated fracture with the dislocation.With a shoulder subluxation, you may notice a bump at the top of the shoulder

The glenoid fossa is deepened by the glenoid labrum (a ring of cartilage), which also provides a suction effect for the joint. The glenohumeral joint is a highly mobile joint, but is unstable as a result. Although the glenohumeral joint is a ball and socket joint, the glenoid fossa (the socket) is shallow like a dish Abstract. Instability of the glenohumeral joint is a common cause of chronic shoulder pain and disability. One or more episodes of subluxation or dislocation may result in a tear, detachment, or attenuation of the glenoid labrum, stripping of the joint capsule from the scapula, or trauma to the tendons or muscles of the rotator cuff supraspinatus is 12.7mm (covers superior facet of greater tuberosity) 6-7 mm tear corresponds to 50% partial thickness tear. infraspinatus is 13.4mm. subscapularis is 17.9mm. teres minor is 13.9mm. distance between articular cartilage to medial footprint of rotator cuff is 1.6-1.9 mm. AP dimension of footprint is 20mm Shoulder joint supporting: * Glenoid Labrum: It is a fibrocartilaginous collar deepened the glenoid cavity and expanded peripherally. * Long Head of biceps brachii. 7 Shoulder joint supporting: * Bursae: - The bursa is a small fluid-filled sac lined by synovial membrane The static stabilizers consist of the articular anatomy, glenoid labrum, joint capsule, glenohumeral ligaments, and inherent negative pressure in the joint. The dynamic stabilizers include the.

US of amyloid infiltration shows subchondral bone erosions with well-defined margins, containing hypoechoic amyloid, joint effusion, juxtaarticular soft-tissue amyloid masses with thickening of the synovium, and chondrocalcinosis of the glenoid labrum and humeral head cartilage due to renal osteodystrophy (, 2 28 32) (, Figs 61- 63) The glenoid labrum is the fibro-cartilage ring attached to the rim of the glenoid cavity, and acts to stabilize the humeral head inside the glenoid. The Bankart (slideshare.net) The clavicle, coracoid , and scapula on each side form a bony articulation at the glenoid fossa Biceps tenodesis involves cutting the biceps tendon off the labrum, which is the pad of cartilage inside the glenoid, and reattaching it to the humerus (upper arm bone). Biceps tenotomy means cutting off one tendon and not reattaching it, allowing it to heal to the humerus over a few weeks The socket of the glenoid is surrounded by a soft-tissue rim (labrum). A smooth, durable surface (articular cartilage) on the head of the arm bone and socket, a thin inner lining (synovium) of the joint allows the smooth motion of the shoulder joint Scapular dyskinesis is an alteration in the normal position or motion of the scapula during coupled scapulohumeral movements.It occurs in a large number of injuries involving the shoulder joint and often is caused by injuries that result in the inhibition or disorganization of activation patterns in scapular stabilizing muscles. It may increase the functional deficit associated with shoulder.

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The anterior glenoid neck is then decorticated with a saw blade to be the recipient bed for the autologous tricortical iliac bone graft. The anterior glenoid neck is prepared with microfractures performed with a 2-mm pin to stimulate bleeding and promote graft consolidation. The iliac bone graft is placed flush with the glenoid articular surface The classic Putti-Platt technique was modified by suturing the lateral subscapularis tendon to the capsule instead of the anterior glenoid edge. We report the clinical results of a modified Putti-Platt procedure in patients with traumatic anterior shoulder instability. The study reports results in 434 patients (450 shoulders) with traumatic anterior shoulder instability Anatomy of the gleno-humeral joint : Medical illustration showing deep layer of muscles, ligaments and tendos all labeled. We used a 3D volume rendering (CT-scan) of the shoulder. A numeric illustration was then added to show bone anatomy, muscles attachments, ligaments and muscle layers of the rotator cuff. These illustrations allow to review. labrum & Limited Hip Abduction & Lumbosacral Instability Symptom Checker: Possible causes include Pelvic Declination. Check the full list of possible causes and conditions now! Talk to our Chatbot to narrow down your search if a patient has the arm over there head which labral tear is likely to happen. bankhart lesion. positive anterior slide test is indicative of. SLAP lesion. internal ip occurs at the glenoid rim. at rest the inferior angle of the scapula is __ cm from the SPs. 7 cm. at rest the medial border of the scapula is __ cm from the SPs

Gross anatomy. The acromioclavicular joint is between the small facet of the convex distal clavicle and flat anteromedial acromion. The articular surfaces are lined with fibrocartilage (like the sternoclavicular joint, it is an atypical synovial joint) [slideshare.net] Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome Tibial Stress Syndrome Jason D Johnson Benjamin 228 Fracture Zygoma Raymond A Widucich 168169 Olecranon Bursitis Dan Ostlie 234235 234 Glenohumeral Dislocation AnteriorSourav Poddar Allen 0steitis Pubis Eric Jenkinson 240241 240 Glenoid Labral TearsSLAP [books.google.com Glenoid labrum variants. Dr Balint Botz and Assoc Prof Frank Gaillard et al. There are a number of glenoid labral variants, whose importance is mainly due to the fact that the unwary may misinterpret them as pathology (e.g. Bankart lesion or labral tear ). These include: Buford complex. sublabral foramen. superior sublabral sulcus The labral contour and shape may be slightly altered, with a more blunted and rounded appearance; however, the labral tissue should be closely apposed to the underlying glenoid in cases where the labrum has been adequately repaired, without substantial undercutting by fluid or gadolinium-based contrast materia

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The glenoid labrum has three layers of collagen fibers. 102 The thin superficial layer (articular side) is composed of reticulated collagen fibers, the second layer is composed of stratified collagen fibers, and the third is composed of dense collagen fibers running parallel to each other and oblique to the glenoid rim. The glenoid labrum. and the glenoid neck-providing attachments for six more muscles (Fig. 2). Scapular shape and muscular attachments are paramount for the po- sitioning and stability of the humerus. 'Associate Professor. Division of Physical Therapy, Department of The humerus is a long bone used to provide Neurology. West Virginia University, Morgantown World's Best PowerPoint Templates - CrystalGraphics offers more PowerPoint templates than anyone else in the world, with over 4 million to choose from. Winner of the Standing Ovation Award for Best PowerPoint Templates from Presentations Magazine. They'll give your presentations a professional, memorable appearance - the kind of sophisticated look that today's audiences expect

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  1. A clunk or snap on anterior subluxation or reduction may suggest a labral tear or Bankart lesion. The test is then repeated with a substantial compressive load applied before translation is attempted to gain an appreciation of the competency of the anterior glenoid lip. Th
  2. The arteries supplying the periphery of the glenoid labrum come from the suprascapular, circumflex scapular, and posterior circumflex humeral arteries. In general, the superior and anterosuperior parts of the labrum have less vascularity than do the posterosuperior and inferior parts, and the vascularity is limited to the periphery of the labrum
  3. es if biceps tendon is.
  4. Glenoid labrum - increases depth of glenoid cavity and increases stability up to 50% Negative intra-articular pressure [7] - assists in maximizing joint congruency The proprioception mechanisms of the shoulder joint have been investigated and found to be closely related to the response of the dynamic muscle stabilisers
  5. bring the shoulder to 90 degrees of abduction, 90 degrees of external rotation and ask the patient to hold this position. Positive if the arm falls into internal rotation. patient forward flexes the affected arm to 90 degrees while keeping the elbow fully extended. The arm is then adducted 10-15 degrees across the body
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Labrum. The glenoid labrum enhances stability by substantially increasing the depth, height, and width of the glenoid. Suture anchors provide multiple points of fixation from which capsulolabral tissue can be reconstructed back up onto the surface of the glenoid rim during a stabilization procedure The images through the glenoid labrum show intact superior and inferior lips. The anterior and posterior lips of the glenoid labrum also appear intact. No indication of any subluxation of the biceps tendon. IMPRESSION: Complete tear of the rotator cuff with retraction of the supraspinatus muscle and tendon component. Slight high-riding position.

The scapula, or shoulder blade, is a large triangular-shaped bone that lies in the upper back. The bone is surrounded and supported by a complex system of muscles that work together to help you move your arm. If an injury or condition causes these muscles to become weak or imbalanced, it can alter the position of the scapula at rest or in motion The labrum is a rim of cartilage that surrounds the socket of the shoulder joint. The attachments of the muscles to the scapula are noted in Figure 4.4 . Both the glenoid and the humeral head are covered by a layer of hyaline articular cartilage. When indicated, the axilla should be evaluated for masses, lymph nodes, and palpation of the muscles recommended to first assess the labrum and biceps tendon. Arthroscopy = marked hemorrhage & edema in the glenohumeral joint (Figure 2). A: The extensive injury to the rotator cuff was confirmed, as was instability of the biceps tendon. B: Remarkably, the glenoid labrum was intact throughout its perimeter with no posterior labral disruption Stability is mainly ensured by the rotator cuff unit, glenoid . labrum, glenohumeral ligaments, and joint capsule. This is . the reason that stiffness of the shoulder is mainl y due to soft The main joint of the shoulder is the glenohumeral joint. This joint comprises a ball (the humeral head) on a golf-tee-shaped joint (the glenoid of the scapula). The bones of the shoulder are covered by several layers of soft tissues. The top layer is the deltoid muscle, a muscle just beneath the skin, which gives the shoulder a rounded appearance

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Orthopedic Resident - USA, 2013. Increase your OITE scores by having access to both Academy SAE questions and Orthobullets Virtual Curriculum questions. Identify your areas of strength and weakness with our monthly diagnostic Milestone exams. Enjoy unlimited access to our study plans, including OITE and CORE Curriculum Shoulder Hemiarthroplasty. A shoulder hemiarthroplasty is a procedure in which the humeral articular surface is replaced with stemmed humeral component. The most common indication is glenohumeral arthritis when the glenoid bone stock is inadequate for a total shoulder arthroplasty. It is contraindicated in patients with coracoacromial ligament. Humeral avulsion of the glenohumeral ligament (HAGL) is an uncommon shoulder injury. We report the prevalence of HAGL lesions and other associated shoulder injuries in a large series of shoulder MR examinations. All results were correlated with surgery. MR reports of 1,000 consecutive conventional shoulder MR exams performed on patients with shoulder pain were reviewed in our information. Cases. By sharing our collective experience through interesting patient cases, we can make a real difference in how people are imaged and diagnosed. Each case belongs to a contributing member, which can then be viewed and added to articles or playlists by the community, and is guided by dedicated editors to match quality standards and privacy.

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When we perform flexion, the glenohumeral (GH) joint contributes 100°-120°. The scapula on the thorax contributes to elevation (flexion and abduction) of the humerus by upwardly rotating the glenoid fossa 50° to 60° from its resting position. If the humerus were fixed to the fossa, this alone would result in up to 60° of elevation of the. The glenoid cavity is peripherally surrounded and reinforced by the glenoid labrum, shoulder joint capsule, supporting ligaments, and the myotendinous attachments of the rotator cuff muscles. The glenoid labrum is the fibro-cartilage ring attached to the rim of the glenoid cavity, and acts to stabilize the humeral head inside the glenoid Tuberosity fracture, glenoid rim fracture Rotator cuff or capsular tear, shoulder stiffness Injury to axillary nerve/artery, brachial plexus Recurrent or unreduced dislocations which is the most common complication avulsion of the anterior glenoid labrum (with attached bone fragments) from the glenoid rim Frozen shoulder (also called adhesive capsulitis) is a common disorder that causes pain, stiffness, and loss of normal range of motion in the shoulder. It is caused by an injury or inflammation, which limits movement and causes the tissue around the joint to thicken and contract. Physical therapy will aim to restore flexibility to the joint capsule, then to strengthen it Deceleration - Labral tears at the attachment of long head of biceps, subluxation of the long head of biceps by tearing off a transverse ligament, lesions of the rotator cuff. Follow Through - Tear of the superior aspect of glenoid labrum at the origin of the biceps tendon, subacromial impingement

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Anterior labrum. Glenoid. Suprascapular artery and nerve in spinoglenoid notch. Subscapularis muscle. Infraspinatus muscle (Top) The middle glenohumeral ligament is seen as a dark band near the anterior labrum. This extends from the anterior glenoid to the lower part of the lesser tuberosity The labrum, a fibrocartilaginous ring attached to the outer rim of the glenoid, provides some additional depth and stability. The shallowness and small surface area of the glenohumeral joint make it susceptible to instability and injury, requiring that stability be provided primarily by extrinsic supports Neer's Test . Neer's test is a special test that looks for shoulder impingement, which is a type of rotator cuff injury common in young and middle-aged people. Neer's test is quite simple. Your doctor will stand behind you with a hand on the top of the affected shoulder Advanced Techniques in Musculoskeletal MRI. Imaging of the musculoskeletal system typically begins with radiographs, CT, or conventional MRI. Several advanced MRI techniques have proven useful for the evaluation of subtle and complex pathology, such as early manifestations of disease, preoperative planning, and postoperative analysis

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Pear-shaped (or teardrop-shaped) bladder is one whose normal round or ovoid shape has been extrinsically compressed to resemble a pear. The pear may be inverted or upright, depending on how the excess pelvic tissue compresses the bladder. Pathology Etiology. Causes of a pear-shaped bladder include Introduction One hundred years ago, before Bankart, Latarjet or Bristow, Eden and Hybbinette developed a procedure to treat anterior shoulder instability and currently, this eponymous term is known by every shoulder surgeon. The purpose of this review is to summarise the historical Eden-Hybbinette procedure and its evolutions during the last century and discuss results. Method On the. The intra-articular component originates from the supraglenoid tubercle and the glenoid labrum and traverses extrasynovially through the rotator interval. Upon exiting this interval, the tendon becomes extra-articular and resides within the bicipital groove between the greater and lesser tuberosities. The long head of the biceps is frequently.

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  3. a) Shallow glenoid labrum . b) Bankarts lesion. c) Weakness of subscapularis muscie. d) Injury to humeral head. Ans:b . 51.Menisci calcification is a feature of. a) Gout . b) Hyperparathyroidism . c) pseudogout . d) ankylosing spondylosis. Ans:c . 52.A young adult presenting with oblique, displaced fracture olecranon treatment of choic
  4. Rotator cuff tears are the leading cause of shoulder pain and shoulder-related disability. The pathogenesis of these tears is still partly unknown. Rotator cuff tears can be caused by degenerative changes, repetitive micro traumas, severe traumatic injuries, atraumatic injuries and secondary dysfunctions
  5. Hydrostatic pressure is greater within the labrum than outside of it, contributing to lubrication of the joint . The acetabulum provides a much deeper socket than the glenoid fossa of the shoulder joint, and the bony structure of the hip is therefore much more stable or less likely to dislocate than that of the shoulder. + + Figure 8-1 View.
  6. Scapulothoracic bursitis, or snapping scapula syndrome, is caused by weakening of the muscles underneath the scapula, leading to the scapula sitting in close proximity to the ribcage. The shoulder condition causes a grinding, grating, and snapping sensation of the scapula on the back area of the ribcage. Young, active patients involved in.

Dr. Ebraheim's educational animated video describes lesions of the shoulder - ALPSA Lesion.ALPSA is a torn anterior inferior glenoid labrum. The labral ligam... queziadini The function and position of the cervical The wrist joint also referred to as the radiocarpal joint is a condyloid synovial joint of the distal upper limb that. Athletic Training & Sports Medicine Center. The Subject lies supine on flat surface. Examiner stands centered with the knee's of the patient;one hand on the sole of the foot and the other on the knee. The popliteal fossa and the sciatic nerve. Painful radicular reproduction following popliteal compression indicates tension on the sciatic nerve

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