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  • Shark Attack Case Study

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    Shark Attack Case Study 1. Five Organ Systems: Cardiovascular System, Integumentary System, Muscular System, Nervous System, Skeletal System 2. Damaged Bone: Humerus Damaged Muscles: Brachialis, Brachioradialis, Biceps Brachii, Triceps Brachii, Deltoid muscle 3. Importance of a clean bite: Most of the tissue and bone that was injured during the attack would still be intact and have a greater replantation rate then bone and tissues that are jagged or shredded. The infection risk would

  • What Makes A Gardener, An Athlete And A Carpenter

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    Seeing that rotator cuff tendinitis is very frequently diagnosed, I was interested to learn more about it and what makes it so common. A shoulder is one of the most complex joints of the body. The anatomy of the shoulder starts where the humerus fits into the scapula almost as if it were mimicking a ball and socket. The scapula has a little tip of itself overlooking the tendons of the shoulder called the acromion and a bit of itself fanning out, a part called the coracoid. Also connected

  • Pain And Treatment Of Shoulder Pain

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    shoulder movements, and will discuss the evidence for scapular control to rehabilitate Glenohumeral joint injuries. Anatomy of the shoulder The shoulder complex is made up of four different joints. These are the articulations of the clavicle, the humerus, the

  • Proximal Humerus Fracture

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    Management of proximal humerus fractures in the elderly has always posed a challenge to the orthopaedicians in their daily practice. The earliest documentation regarding proximal humerus fractures was by the Egyptians dating back to 1600 BC. The Edwin Smith Papyrus (copied circa 1600 BC) in columns XII and XIII has documented about three cases of proximal humerus treated by bandaging and splinting technique [Figure 1]. 1 Later in 415 BC, Hippocrates approach to fractures of humerus was noted in De Fracturis

  • What Muscles Does A Basketball Player Primarily Focus On?

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    Najea Dixon Muscular Physiology In our everyday lives, we use and depend on so many different parts of our body. We use certain parts of our body so much that we are not even aware of how important it is in helping us survive. Regarding the different muscles in our body, although there are so many of them, they all play an important role and are all dependent on one another. Muscles are crucial for stability and mobility. We all work our muscles and occasionally strain our muscles on an everyday

  • Case Study : Tommy John Surgery

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    different tendon in the body. This tendon is often taken from the hamstring, forearm, or foot of the person (Baseball Reference). The procedure takes the tendon and threads it through like a figure eight pattern with holes that are drilled into the humerus and ulna bone. Most people say it’s called the “dead arm injury” (Baseball Reference). Tommy John played for the Los Angeles Dodgers as a lefty pitcher. During a game, John was taken out of a game when he couldn’t even make the ball to the plate

  • Slap Tear

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    SLAP Lesion Tear A SLAP lesion tear is an injury to the shoulder. This can cause painful symptoms and difficulty with overhead activities whether they be athletic or those of daily living. In 1985, Andrews et al were the first to describe the superior labrum tear. In their experience, they identified tears of the labrum from throwing athletes located anterosuperor near the origin of the bicep tendon. The cause of the lesion to tear was the bicep tendon being pulled off the labrum from the force

  • Similarities Between Chicken And Chicken Skeletons

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    scapula, the humerus, and the patella. However, despite the common bones, the chicken skeleton contains bones that humans do not have such as the pygostyle, furcula, and sclerotic ring, while as humans have bones that chickens do not share such as the hyoid, calcaneus, and stapes. Despite being different species, the chicken and human skeletons have numerous bones in common. A few of the several shared bones includes: the mandible, the clavicle, the sternum, the scapula, the humerus, and the patella

  • Essay On Kidney Replacement

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    Background: Proximal end of the humerus is a common site for both primary and metastatic bone tumors. Limbe salvage with endoprosthetic replacement is the most common means of reconstruction but it is proved to be just a spacer with inferior shoulder function. So it can be replaced by cheaper spacers specially in poor societies. Patients and methods: This study included 20 patients,fourteen were females. With mean age of 40.4 years (range 12 to 60 ). Diagnosed as 6 osteosarcomas , two

  • Anatomy And Physiology Of Rotator Cuff Tendonitis

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    choose. Seeing that rotator cuff tendinitis is very frequently diagnosed, I was interested to learn more about it and what makes it so common.     A shoulder is one of the most complex  joints of the body. The anatomy of the shoulder starts where the humerus fits into the scapula almost as if it were mimicking a ball and socket. The scapula has a little tip of itself overlooking the tendons of the shoulder called the acromion and a bit of itself fanning out, a part called the coracoid. Also connected

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