By Andreas B. Imhoff, Jonathan B. Ticker, Freddie H. Fu
content material: part I: creation and Imaging Secton II: uncomplicated thoughts part III: Glenohumeral Instabiligy part VI: particular Arthroscopic Techniques
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Glenohumeral osteometry by computed tomography in normal and unstable. Clin Orthop Rel Res 1986; 208: 151–6. Moseley HF, Overgaard B. The anterior capsular mechanism in recurrent anterior dislocation of the shoulder. J Bone Joint Surg 1962; 44B: 913–27. 24 38. Cooper DE, Arnoczky SP, O’Brien SJ et al. Anatomy, histology and vascularity of the glenoid labrum. J Bone Joint Surg 1992; 74A: 46–52. 39. Bankart AS. The pathology and treatment of recurrent dislocation of the shoulder joint. Br J Surg 1938; 26: 23–9.
Computed tomography and CT arthrography In addition to the information offered by conventional radiography, CT offers cross-sectional display of the complicated anatomy of the shoulder. 9 Complex scapular fracture in 2D axial slices and 3D rendering. (a) Reconstruction of complex scapular fractures using standard 2D axial planes and (b) 3D visualization technique facilitates assessment of the fracture. reliable than with plain film imaging. Increased tissue contrast permits judgment of soft tissues, cortical and cancellous bone and, with modern thin slice spiral CT, the opportunity to reformat slices with remarkable quality.
3 Physical examination of the shoulder Andreas Burkart and Andreas B Imhoff Introduction Inspection With an appropriate history and careful physical examination one can reach a working diagnosis for patients with shoulder discomfort. The examiner should question the patient about the chief complaint and take into consideration the patient’s occupation, dominant hand, sports activities and any history of trauma. Chronic shoulder problems most commonly present with pain and instability. Secondary symptoms are stiffness, weakness, loss of motion, functional disability, catching, and crepitus.