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Examination of the Shoulder The Complete Guide by Edward G. McFarland M.D.

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Published by George Thieme Verlag .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Health & Fitness,
  • Health/Fitness,
  • Examination of patients,
  • Orthopaedics & fractures,
  • Regional anatomy,
  • Reference

Book details:

The Physical Object
FormatHardcover
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL9018423M
ISBN 103131410914
ISBN 109783131410917

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The first text devoted solely to the musculoskeletal examination of the shoulder joint. Emphasizes research and objectivity, providing easy access to current research quantification of test procedure efficacy indication and clinical application. Examination of the Shoulder: The Complete Guide. Discusses range of motion measurements, laxity testing, shoulder instability and presents critical analysis of the usefulness and accuracy of examination practices. An accompanying DVD contains narrated footage of the examination techniques described in the text for easy comprehension and review.3/5(1). This text discusses range of motion measurements, laxity testing, shoulder instability and presents critical analysis of the usefulness and accuracy of examination practices. Thorough and accessible, this text is ideal for all clinicians called upon to perform shoulder exams and interpret findings. With DVD containing narrated footage of examination techniques. With DVD containing narrated footage of examination techniques. The complex structure of the shoulder, with its variable pathological conditions of rotator cuff disease, degenerative joint disease, and Type II SLAP lesions, makes clinical examination and assessment difficult for both new and experienced practitioners.

Swelling of the shoulder joint may be visible due to a joint effusion, or synovial thickening. Deformity of the joint and fractures and dislocations are usually obvious (figure 37a,b).Table 4 provides details of the muscles of the shoulder and figure 38a–d illustrations of the anterior and posterior bones and muscles of . Shoulder Exam The glenoid labrum is a ring of cartilage that surrounds the margins of the glenoid fossa. It stabilizes the shoulder joint by giving attachment to the ligaments. Oct 04,  · Shoulder examination frequently appears in OSCEs. You’ll be expected to pick up the relevant clinical signs using your examination skills. This shoulder examination OSCE guide provides a clear step by step approach to examining the shoulder, with an included video demonstration. Check out the shoulder examination mark scheme vanbuskirkphotos.com: Dr Lewis Potter. Mar 01,  · The first text devoted solely to the musculoskeletal examination of the shoulder joint. Emphasizes research and objectivity, providing easy access to current research quantification of test procedure efficacy indication and clinical vanbuskirkphotos.com by:

Edited by Robert Donatelli, a well-known lecturer and consultant for professional athletes, this book includes a companion website with video clips demonstrating shoulder therapy techniques and procedures. Show less. The leading reference on shoulder rehabilitation, Physical Therapy of the Shoulder, 5th Edition examination techniques. Aug 27,  · This is an excellent text that describes the clinical examination of the shoulder. The text is comprehensive, well illustrated and referenced, and contains excellent tables that summarize past and current research related to shoulder tests and measures.5/5(1). “This is the most comprehensive book ever written on the physical examination of the shoulder. It covers every aspect of the topic and supports the presentation with the best evidence currently available. The audience is any clinician who performs a physical examination for shoulder problems. Physical Examination of the Shoulder: An Evidence-Based Approach by Ryan J. Warth. This text presents a comprehensive and concise evidence-based and differential-based approach to physical examination of the shoulder in a manner that promotes its successful application in clinical practice.