Sunday , September 20 2020

Biomechanics Lecture 04

Common injuries of the Shoulder COMMON INJURIES OF THE SHOULDER —  The shoulder is susceptible to: —  Traumatic Injuries —  Overuse Injuries, (including 8–13% of all sport-related injuries) —  Dislocation   —  Glenohumeral —  Acromioclavicular —  Rotator Cuff Injuries -Shoulder impingement syndrome —  Rotational Injuries —  Subscapular Neuropathy                         …

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Biomechanics Lecture 03

Glenohumeral rhythm and Loads on Shoulder Glennohumeral rhythm Movements of the Shoulder Complex Humerus movement usually involves some movement at all three shoulder joints Elevation of humerus is accompanied by 55˚ of lateral rotation Co-ordination of scapular and humeral movement is known as scapulohumeral rhythm Scapulohumeral rhythm A regular pattern of …

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Biomechanics Lecture 02

Biomechanics Lecture 02 ( Upper Extremity) Bursa: Fibrous sacs. Sacs inner walls secrete fluid. Reduce friction b/w layers of collagenous tissue. Subacromial, subcoracoid, subscapularis. Subcoracoid and subscapular bursa: prevents friction between subscapularis muscle and neck of scapula Subacromial bursa: lies b/w acromian process of scapula  and CCL (coracoclavicular ligament) above and humeral …

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Biomechanics Lecture 01

Biomechanics Lecture 01 ( Upper Extremity) Biomechanics of Upper extremity Structure of shoulder Most complex joint in human body Include 5 different articulations 1)      Glenohumeral joint 2)      Strenoclavicular joint 3)      Acromioclavicular joint 4)      Coracoclavicular joint 5)      Scapulothoracic joint   1.Sternoclavicular joint   Saddle joint type Fibro cartilaginous disc improve the fit Synovial diarthroidal joint Major …

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Anatomy Lecture 04 (General Anatomy)

Anatomy Lecture 04 (General Anatomy) Stability of synovial joints,Nervous system,Central nervous system,Peripheral nervous system,Autonomic nervous system,Structures related to muscles INTRODUCTION Stability of synovial joints Nervous system Central nervous system Peripheral nervous system Autonomic nervous system Structures related to muscles   TYPES OF SYNOVIAL JOINT Plane joint Hinge joint Pivot joint …

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Anatomy Lecture 03 (General Anatomy)

Anatomy Lecture 03 (General Anatomy) Bone,Function of bone,Classification of bone,Parts of developing long bone,Blood supply,Nerve supply,Bone marrow,Ossification,X-rays INTRODUCTION Bone Function of bone Classification of bone Parts of developing long bone Blood supply Nerve supply Bone marrow Ossification X-rays BONE A living tissue capable of changing its structure as the result …

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Anatomy Lecture 02 (General Anatomy) Continue

Anatomy Lecture 02 (General Anatomy) Blood vessel,Lymphatic system,Membranes of body,Cartilage,Joints   TYPES OF SYNOVIAL JOINT Plane joint Hinge joint Pivot joint Condyloid joint Ellipsoid joint Saddle joint Ball and socket joint Synovial Joints Types of joints Description Possible movement Example Fibrous Articulating bones fastened together by a thin layer of …

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Anatomy Lecture 02 (General Anatomy)

Anatomy Lecture 02 (General Anatomy) Blood vessel,Lymphatic system,Membranes of body,Cartilage,Joints INTRODUCTION Blood vessel Lymphatic system Membranes of body Cartilage Joints BLOOD VESSELS Blood vessels are of three types Arteries Veins capillaries ARTERIES Arteries transport oxygenated blood from heart and distribute it to various tissues of body by means of their branches Arteries …

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Anatomy Lecture (General Anatomy)

Anatomy Lecture (What is anatomy,Anatomic position,Surfaces Planes,Movement related to planes,List of basic structures,Skin,Fascia) INTRODUCTION What is anatomy Anatomic position Surfaces Planes Movement related to planes List of basic structures Skin Fascia ANATOMY Anatomy is the science of structure and function of the body The science of the shape and structure …

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