HSS UE sports

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HSS UE sports
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  1. bones of the shoulder
    • scapula
    • humerus¬†
    • clavicle
  2. 4 joints of the shoulder
    • scapulothoracic (functional articulation)
    • sternoclavicular
    • acromioclavicular
    • glenohumeral
  3. scapula position - covers what ribs, how far from midline
    • ribs 2-7
    • approx 2 inches from mid-line
  4. scapula - angles in frontal plane and ant tipping
    • 30-40 degrees forward of frontal plane
    • 10-20 degrees anterior tipping
  5. motions of the scapula
    • elevation/depression
    • protraction/retraction
    • up and down rot
    • ant/post tipping
  6. sternoclavicular joint is what type of joint?
    saddle synovial joint
  7. 3 major ligaments of the sternoclavicular joint (which also has a joint capsule and a disk)
    • sternoclavicular lig
    • costoclavicular lig
    • interclavicular lig
  8. clavicular motions
    • elev/depression
    • pro/retraction
    • ant/post rotation
  9. acromioclavicular joint - what kind of joint?
    plane synovial
  10. 2 major ligaments of the acromioclavicular joint
    • acromioclavicular lig
    • coracoclavicular lig
  11. scapular motions at the acromioclavicular joint
    • med/lat rot
    • ant/post tipping
  12. what kind of joint is the the glenohumeral joint?
    ball and socket
  13. ratio of humerous to glenoid in the glenohumeral joint
    4:1 ... leads to increased mobility and decreased stability
  14. movements at glenohumeral joint
    • flex/ext
    • abd/add
    • IR/ER
    • oriz abd/add
  15. labrum in the shoulder
    fibrocartilage that deepens the glenoid cavity
  16. where is the coracohumeral lig
    greater tubercle to coracoid process
  17. superior/medial/inferior glenohumeral ligs run where?
    lesser tubercle to lateral scapula

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