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Dr.AkramJaffar
Imaging Anatomy of Fractures and Dislocations inImaging Anatomy of Fractures and Dislocations in
the Upper ...
Dr.AkramJaffar
References and suggested reading
• Ellis H (2006): Clinical anatomy, A revision and applied anatomy for cli...
Dr.AkramJaffar
Objectives
After completion of this session, students should be able to discuss, identify, and describe:
• ...
Dr.AkramJaffar
Dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint
• Very strong joint  rarity of
dislocation.
• Strength: ligament...
Dr.AkramJaffar
Dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint
• Anatomy of displacement:
– Normally, the medial ends of the cla...
Dr.AkramJaffar
Dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint
• Anatomy of displacement:
– Normally, the medial ends of the cla...
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Imaging anatomy dislocation of sternoclavicular joint

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After completion of this session, students should be able to discuss, identify, and describe:
The anatomical factors predisposing to the etiology of a fracture or dislocation.
The anatomy of displacement or deformity.
Imaging anatomy features and how to differentiate from epiphyseal lines.
Anatomy related to correct relocation and alignment.
Anatomical complications of a fracture or dislocation.

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Imaging anatomy dislocation of sternoclavicular joint

  1. 1. Dr.AkramJaffar Imaging Anatomy of Fractures and Dislocations inImaging Anatomy of Fractures and Dislocations in the Upper Limbthe Upper Limb Dislocation of sternoclavicularDislocation of sternoclavicular jointjoint Akram Jaffar, Ph.D. Subscribe to Human Anatomy Education Channel https://www.youtube.com/user/akramjfr Human Anatomy Education platforms by Akram Jaffar Follow @AkramJaffar Like Human Anatomy Education Page https://www.facebook.com/AnatomyEducation
  2. 2. Dr.AkramJaffar References and suggested reading • Ellis H (2006): Clinical anatomy, A revision and applied anatomy for clinical students. 11th Ed. Blackwell Publishing. Massachusetts. • Moore KL et al. (2013): Clinically Orientated Anatomy. 7th Ed. Lippincott, Williams & Wilkins. Philadelphia. • Hamblen DL & Simpson HRW (2007): Adam’s outline of fractures including joint injuries. 12th ed. Churchill Livingstone Elsevier. Edinburgh. • Solomon L, Warwick DJ & Nayagam S (2001): Apley's System of Orthopedics and Fractures. 8th ed. Arnold Publishing.
  3. 3. Dr.AkramJaffar Objectives After completion of this session, students should be able to discuss, identify, and describe: • The anatomical factors predisposing to the etiology of a fracture or dislocation. • The anatomy of displacement or deformity. • Imaging anatomy features and how to differentiate from epiphyseal lines. • Anatomy related to correct relocation and alignment. • Anatomical complications of a fracture or dislocation.
  4. 4. Dr.AkramJaffar Dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint • Very strong joint  rarity of dislocation. • Strength: ligaments & disc • Most dislocations in persons < 25 years of age result from fractures through the epiphysial plate. • The dislocated medial end of the clavicle forms a prominent tender lump subclavius Costoclavicular lig. Ant. sternoclavicular lig. Intra-articular disc Interclavicular lig.
  5. 5. Dr.AkramJaffar Dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint • Anatomy of displacement: – Normally, the medial ends of the clavicles are at the same level .
  6. 6. Dr.AkramJaffar Dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint • Anatomy of displacement: – Normally, the medial ends of the clavicles are at the same level .

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