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Joints of the shoulder/

Scapulothoracic (pseudo-joint), AC joint, glenohumeral, SC joint

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Primary flexor?

Deltoid (anterior portion)

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Primary extensors?

Lat dorsi, teres major, deltoid (posterior portion)

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Primary external rotators?

Infraspinatus, teres minor

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Subclavian artery passes bt which 2 muscles?

Anterior and middle scalenes--contracture of these muscles affects arterial supply but not venous drainage

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When does subclavian a become axillary a?

Lateral border of 1st rib

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1st major branch of brachial a?

Profunda brachial a--accompanies radial n in its posterior course of radial groove

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What becomes the deep palmar arterial arch?

Radial a

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Tx technique to relieve lymph congestion of UE?

1) Open thoracic inlet
2) Redome diaphragm
3) Posterior axillary fold technique

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Degrees of motion during arm abduction?

120 degrees due to glenohumeral motion, 60 degree due to scapulothoracic motion

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Most common somatic dysfunction of shoulder?

Restriction in internal and external rotation

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Least common somatic dysfunction of shoulder?

Restriction in extension

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Most common somatic dysfunction of SC joint?

Clavicle anterior and superior on sternum

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"Step-off" seen at the AC joint?

Superior and lateral clavicle on acromion

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Pathogenesis of supraspinatus tendinitis?

Continuous impingement of greater tuberosity against acromion as arm is flexed and internally rotated

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"Painful arc"?

Pain exacerbated by abduction from 60-120 degrees in supraspinatus tendinitis

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Aggravating factors in bicipital tenosynovitis?

Elbow flexion or supination

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Location of pain in rotator cuff tear?

Tenderness just below tip of acromion

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Etiology of frozen shoulder?

Prolonged immobility of shoulder

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Most common shoulder dislocation?

Anterior and inferior--affects axillary n

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Most common brachial plexus injury?

Erb-Duchenne's palsy

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What is paralyzed in Erb-Duchenne's?

Abduction, external rotation, flexion, supination

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Crutch palsy?

Radial n

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Saturday night palsy?

Compression of radial n against humerus as arm is draped over back of chair

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Most common cause of injury to radial n?

Humeral fracture

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Most commonly affected nerve injured in UE due to direct trauma?

Radial n

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Erb-Duchenne's?

Upper trunk (C5-6)

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Pathogenesis of winging of scapula?

Weakness of anterior serratus due to long thoracic n injury

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When is pain elicited in frozen shoulder?

End of ROM

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Motions most often affected in adhesive capsulitis?

Abduction, internal and external rotation (extension is preserved)

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Most commonly affected rotator cuff muscle?

Supraspinatus

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Pathogenesis of bicipital tenosynovitis?

Inflammation of tendon and its sheath of long head of biceps

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Site of pain in supraspinatus tendinitis?

Tip of acromion

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Sites of compression of nv bundle in thoracic outlet syndrome?

1) Bt anterior and middle scalenes
2) Bt clavicle and 1st rib
3) Bt pectoralis minor and upper ribs

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Most common somatic dysfunction of AC joint?

Clavicle superior and lateral on acromion

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Motion of clavicle during internal/external rotation?

Around transverse axis

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Second most common somatic dysfunction of shoulder?

Restriction in abduction

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For every 3 degrees of abduction...

Glenohumeral joint moves 2 degrees and the scapulothoracic joint moves 1 degree

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Nerve roots of brachial plexus?

C5-T1

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What becomes the superficial palmar arterial arch?

Ulnar a (Ulnar is Up in the palm)

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Where does brachial a divide into ulnar and radial aa?

Under bicipital aponeurosis

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When does the axillary a become the brachial a?

Inferior border of teres minor

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Subclavian vein passes where?

Anterior to anterior scalene

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Primary internal rotator?

Subscapularis

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Primary adductors?

Pec major, lat dorsi

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Primary abductor?

Deltoid (middle portion)

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Rotator cuff muscles?

Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, teres minor, Subscapularis (SItS)

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Bones making up the shoulder?

Clavicle, scapula, humerus