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Shoulder and elbow joint anatomy.

Shoulder and elbow joint anatomy.

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  • 1. Examples of Synovial Joints Shoulder, Elbow, Hip, Knee
  • 2. Shoulder Joint
    • Ball-and-socket (however socket is shallow)
    • Joint capsule
      • Circumference of glenoid cavity-to-neck of humerus
      • Loose and unable to keep bones in close contact
    • Ligaments
      • Coracohumeral
      • Glenohumeral
      • Transverse humeral
  • 3. Shoulder Joint
  • 4. Shoulder Joint - Capsule
  • 5. Shoulder Joint - cross section
  • 6. Shoulder Joint - ligaments
  • 7. Shoulder Joint
  • 8. Shoulder Joint
    • What ligament am I?
      • Coracohumeral
      • Glenohumeral
      • Transferse humeral
  • 9. Shoulder Joint
    • Glenoid Labrum
      • Fibrocartilage rim around glenoid cavity
      • Thin free edge deepens the cavity
  • 10. Shoulder Joint - labral tear
  • 11. Shoulder Joint - Rotator cuff
    • The rotator cuff is an anatomical term given to the group of muscles and their tendons that act to stabilize the shoulder.
  • 12. Shoulder Joint - Bursae
  • 13. Arthroscopic surgery
  • 14. Elbow Joint
    • Joint Capsule
      • Completely encloses both articulations (hinge and gliding)
  • 15. Elbow Joint Medial Lateral Medial epicondyle of humerus to medial margin of coronoid process of ulna Lateral epicondyle of humerus to anular ligament of radius
  • 16. Elbow movements
    • Flexion - extension
      • Humerus to ulna
    • Pronation - supination of hand
      • Radius rotating within anular ligament
  • 17. Elbow Joint
    • 2 articulations
      • Hinge joint
      • Gliding joint

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