The little ortho book : the bare bones of orthopedics by Antonia Chen MD
By Antonia Chen MD
Dr. Antonia Chen takes advanced orthopedic phrases and prerequisites and explains them in ways in which are comprehensible to all. via concentrating on universal orthopedic diagnoses and proper anatomy, The Little Ortho e-book: The naked Bones of Orthopedics solutions the questions that come up from orthopedic stipulations in basic language that's comprehensible to everyone.
Portable and convenient and supplemented with pictures and diagrams, this conversational-style booklet packs a tremendous punch!
What is Inside:
• Descriptions of joint biomechanics and bone and muscle composition
• usually played checks are defined with an outline of the being tested
• activities accidents, fractures, arthritis, and orthopedic stipulations in children
• Description of medicines which are normally prescribed in orthopedics
• regularly played orthopedic surgical procedures, together with symptoms for surgical procedure and outlines of the approaches played – all defined in simplistic detail
The Little Ortho publication: The naked Bones of Orthopedics is an easy-to-read source for a wide selection of audiences who paintings within the orthopedic or with orthopedic sufferers, yet isn’t an orthopedic surgeon.
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The first area is the groin, where the femoral artery is found. The second area is behind the knee, where the popliteal artery lies. The third area is the inside part of the ankle, where the posterior tibial artery is found. The fourth area is on top of the foot, where the dorsalis pedis artery is found. Spine The physical exam of the spine builds on the exams of the upper and lower extremities. The motor and vascular exams of the upper extremities apply to the neck exam, and the motor and vascular exams of the lower extremities apply to the lumbar spine exam.
Skin and Bones 49 the belly. Pain with either of these maneuvers is indicative of subscapularis pathology. Rotator cuff impingement can be tested using Neer’s test (where the scapula is stabilized, the arm is internally rotated, and the arm is flexed forward) or by Hawkins’ test (where the shoulder and elbow are flexed to 90 degrees and the shoulder is internally rotated). Pain with either of these maneuvers is indicative of rotator cuff impingement on the acromion. Biceps tendinitis or subluxation can be elicited with 2 special maneuvers.
The inner, softer layer is called cancellous bone, which is also known as spongy bone or trabecular bone. Cancellous bone contains bone marrow, which is where red and white blood cells are made. The bones of the body have different compositions of cancellous and cortical bone, depending on the function of the bone. Longer bones that provide structural support, such as the femur, have more cortical bone, while shorter bones, such as the bones of the wrist and ankle, have more cancellous bone. As we age, the amount of cortical bone decreases, since bone breakdown exceeds bone formation.