Lumbar plexus

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  • Evaluation, Diagnosis, And Therapeutic Interventions

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    1. The article has discussed only four elements out of five in the given case. The four elements such as clinical examination, evaluation, diagnosis, and therapeutic interventions are well explained in this study but there is not enough information on prognosis. Croft et al (2015) stated that through information on patient prognosis we could coordinate data from biological, social, and clinical database for more powerful and productive care in this advanced medicinal world. The prognosis indicates

  • The Importance Of Observation On Human Development

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    was normal. 2. Question: Does this man have a herniated disk in the lumbar region of his spine and if so which lumbar is herniated and how is affecting the functioning of his legs and what we can to fix that. 3. Hypothesis: Based on his age, the strenuous lifting that he does in his job, I suspect that he has herniated Nucleus Pulposus from either L2 to L4. The compression of the dorsal divisions of the ventral rami of his lumbar spine is causing his femoral nerve to not properly work on his right

  • The Trapezius Muscle Essay

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    The trapezius muscle: - Origin: it has an extensive origin from the base of the skull to the upper lumbar vertebrae. - Insertion: it inserts on the lateral aspect of the clavicle, acromion, and scapular spine. - Nerve supply: It is innervated by the spinal accessory nerve. - Action: It functions mainly as a scapular retractor and elevator of the lateral angle of the scapula[19]. The rhomboids muscles: The rhomboids, consisting of the major and minor muscles. - Origin: the major and minor muscles

  • 5 Types of Physical Therapy

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    Physical Therapy There are different types of therapies, but the 5 types of therapies that I have chosen are as follows: Sport therapy Impotency: New Therapy Chest physical therapy Burner syndrome Osteoarthritis of the Knee Sport therapy: Today in sports athletes bear many mental and physical obstructions from there competitive environment. Negative belief and psychological pressure from spirited moments; create many interruptions for athletes who do not focus mental pictures in their minds.

  • Group 1 Bee Sting Final Fall 2014 Essay

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    BIOL 2010, Anatomy and Physiology I FINAL EXAM Group 1 Tammy Bohanan, Hannah Thompson, and Hannah Grigsby Bee Sting, Fall 2014 The Case: It’s a warm Fourth of July and you are walking across the park to your favorite picnic spot. You are allergic to and highly phobic about bee stings. While walking, you hear a buzzing sound to your right. You turn your head and see a large bee hovering over your right shoulder. You reach with your left hand to swat the bee, but just as you make contact, it

  • Golfer with Brachial Neuritis Misdiagnosed Essay

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    She still had some loss in her sensory neurons, but they showed some slight improvement from the initial evaluation. A follow-up MRI also showed a “…decrease in the brachial plexus thickening and hyperintensity.” (Gazioglu) The patient in this case study experienced rare symptoms. Patients who are usually diagnosed with brachial neuritis have severe pain in the shoulder and some even have localized pain. Only a small number

  • A Brief Note On The Mechanism Of Injury

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    Mechanism of injury: Obstetric brachial plexus palsy is caused by traction to the brachial plexus during labour. In the majority of cases delivery of the upper shoulder is blocked by the mother’s pubic symphysis (shoulder dystocia). If additional traction is applied to the child’s head, the angle between the neck and the shoulder is forcefully widened, overstretching the ipsilateral brachial plexus. Recently, the exact origin of OBPP was again a matter of debate. It was suggested that intrauterine

  • Anatomy and Physiology Comprehensive Final Essay

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    whose axons will travel down the pyramids of the medulla oblongata and synapse on lower motor neurons in the anterior gray horns of spinal cord segments C5-C6. From there, the ventral rami of spinal nerves C5-C6 form the superior trunk of the brachial plexus, which splits into two divisions. We will follow the posterior division that supplies to extensor muscles. This posterior division then runs into the posterior cord from which the axillary nerve is derived. The axillary nerve’s motor end innervates

  • Single Injection Technique Essay

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    Landmark techniques of axillary brachial plexus block: Perivascular “Single-Injection” Technique The patient lies supine, the arm was abducted about 90° and the elbow is flexed about 90° and externally rotated. The axillary artery, which is usually palpated readily, acts as a landmark. The coracobrachialis muscle runs cranial to the axillary artery. The palpating fingers find the gap between the axillary artery and coracobrachialis somewhat distal to the axillary crease (Fig. 22). The injection

  • Cpc Icd-9-Cm Coding Essay

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    1. A 54-year-old patient is seen by the physician in the outpatient clinic setting for CLL that is currently in remission. The patient's WBC counts, particularly lymphocytes remain within normal limits 2. Susan Oster, 45, is admitted to the hospital with a temperature of 38.5º C, heart rate 102 beats/min, respiration 20/min with septicemia and SIRS. WBC 12,500. Documentation states respiratory and acute hepatic failure are due to septicemia. 3. OPERATIVE REPORT PATIENT: Mara Bell Lee PHYSICIAN: