Shoulder injury fracture

Musculoskeletal work-up Shoulder Problems - UCSF CME

injured R shoulder • Went to PT but continues to have pain • Anterior shoulder • Only feels pain if moves shoulder in certain directions quickly • Does not wake him from sleep at night Differential diagnosis traumatic shoulder injury • AC joint separation • Labraltear • Rotator cuff tear • Shoulder dislocation • Fracture

June 6th,2019

Shoulder Fractures clavicle - American Society for Surgery ...

The type of shoulder fracture varies by age. Most fractures in children occur in the clavicle bone. In adults, the most common shoulder fracture is of the top part of the humerus (proximal humerus). Some types include: • Clavicle Fractures: This is the most common shoulder fracture, frequently the result of a …

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June 6th,2019

Shoulder Surgery – Arthroscopic and Open Procedures

Shoulder Surgery-Arthroscopic and Open Procedures CMM-315.1 Definitions Rotator cuff tears result when there is a disruption of the tendon(s) of the rotator cuff muscles which attach the humerus to the scapula and are important in shoulder

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June 6th,2019

Disability Duration GuidelinesDisabilityDurationGuidelines

'Disability duration' is not the same as 'healing time'. 'Disability duration' refers to the interval of time from accident to when 75% of persons are able to return to pre-accident work. The disability duration of an injury is often shorter than the healing time. For example, the disability duration for strains and sprains is 3 to 4 weeks.

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June 6th,2019

Brachial plexus injury after anterior shoulder dislocation ...

Brachial plexus injury is a rare complication of ante-rior dislocation of the shoulder: nine cases have been reported in the literature. We report a unique case of anterior dislocation of the shoulder with associated brachial plexus palsy involving the posterior and medial cords. This is the first reported case of such an injury.

www.actaorthopaedica.be/acta/download/2005-4/21-shears et al.pdf
June 6th,2019

Athletic Medicine Shoulder Rehabilitation

shoulder flexion) and bring your arm forward to shoulder level (90 degrees shoulder flexion) , eye level (90 degrees shoulder flexion), or above head (120 degrees shoulder flexion). Once you reached your desired degree of ROM, return in a slow controlled manner to the start position. Do 10-15 reps and 2 …

https://uhs.princeton.edu/sites/uhs/files/documents/Shoulder-Rehab.pdf
June 6th,2019

Treatment of Injured Workers’ Shoulder and Knee Injuries

yIdentify unique work related medical conditions or injuries which need treatment yProvide necessary care yMake all necessary efforts to return injured worker to pre-injury level yWhere this is not possible, facilitate alternative options of employment and/or long term care

https://laborcommission.utah.gov/media/pdfs/industrialaccidents/pubs/drKirtKimball...
June 6th,2019

Shoulder Injury Medical Treatment Guidelines - colorado.gov

Shoulder Injury Exhibit Page Number 1 DEPARTMENT OF LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT . Division of Workers’ Compensation . CCR 1101-3 . Rule 17, EXHIBIT 4 . SHOULDER INJURY MEDICAL TREATMENT GUIDELINES A. INTRODUCTION This document has been prepared by the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment,

https://www.colorado.gov/pacific/sites/default/files/Ex4_SHO_InText_Biblio_2.pdf
June 6th,2019

Shoulder Dystocia - University at Albany

Shoulder function - poor Hand function - variable Shoulder function - good - poor Total lesion Entire limb function - poor Injury type Description Rupture (more common) •Peripheral nerve lesion •Stretching or tearing of nerve fibers Avulsion (more severe) •Central nerve lesion •Tearing of spinal nerve root •Injury to motor or sensory ...

https://www.albany.edu/sph/cphce/nyspqcpublic/webinar_sd.pdf
June 6th,2019

Assessing and Diagnosing Shoulder Injuries in Pediatric ...

are more susceptible to growth plate fractures than adults. When signs and symptoms of a shoulder injury are present, physicians must rule out signs of fracture. A complete pediatric shoulder X-ray series should be ordered to rule out injuries to the growth plate and other bony deformities. The views in this series include

https://www.nationwidechildrens.org/-/media/documents/140408
June 6th,2019

Musculoskeletal work-up Shoulder Problems - UCSF CME

injured R shoulder • Went to PT but continues to have pain • Anterior shoulder • Only feels pain if moves shoulder in certain directions quickly • Does not wake him from sleep at night Differential diagnosis traumatic shoulder injury • AC joint separation • Labraltear • Rotator cuff tear • Shoulder dislocation • Fracture

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June 6th,2019

Proximal Humerus Fracture Book - tcomn.com

In order to diagnose a shoulder injury as a proximal humerus fracture, an x-ray of the affected shoulder will be taken. X-rays will identify most fractures. The x-rays will help to determine if the fracture can be treated with or without surgery. Rarely an

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June 6th,2019

Nerve Injuries in Anterior Shoulder Dislocations

Nerve Injuries in Anterior Shoulder Dislocations Med J Malaysia Vol 59 No 4 October 2004 451 book. Of these, only 115 dislocations were reviewed as 26 case notes were missing, giving a retrieval rate of 81%. From the case notes, the patients’ demographic data, the aetiology of the injury, and the documentation of

www.e-mjm.org/2004/v59n4/Nerve_Injuries.pdf
June 6th,2019

FRACTURES THE SHOULDER - orthopedic.theclinics.com

Fractures about the shoulder are common occurrences. Of the three bones in the shoulder region, the clavicle is most often broken fol- lowed by the proximal humerus and less com- monly the scapula. Each of these bones is unique in its fracture patterns and mechanism of injury

https://www.orthopedic.theclinics.com/article/S0030-5898(05)70141-3/pdf