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Motor deficit/atrophy to the delt and teres minor could be from what nerve injury?
Axillary (C5-6) acute trauma/dislocation
What nerve injury could cause deep burn/ache from a direct blow and can be thought of as RTC tear?
Which nerve injury can develop GH symptoms?
long thoracic (C5-7) innervates serratus
A popping, clicking, or crackling sound in the joint is a symptom of a(an)
RTC tear or SLAP lesion
Which conditions is OH motion involves in the shoulder?
RTC, subacromial imping, SLaP
Which shoulder conditions can't one side lie?
subacromial imping and SLAP
What can cause night pain other than RTC?
stage 2 frozen shoulder
A FOOSH can cause what conditions?
Clavicle/humerus fracture and SLAP and SCJ
What is a Hills Sach lesion?
compression of posterior of humeral head on inf glenoid rim
What conditions is muscle guarding most common?
dislocation, frozen shoulder
What is a Bankart lesion?
avulsion of anterior glenoid rim (anterior inferior labrum)
What is something commonly associated with SLAP?
What is T4 syndrome?
typical in women, no neurovascular, nocturnal symptoms, local tenderness of bony points, depression of multiple segments, +slump and ULTT, UE symptoms in glove-like distributions
Where are fractures most common?
What is Scheurmann's Disease?
pubescent individuals who are athletes, presents with thoracic kyphosis and pain w/ thoracic ext/rot
postural ed and activity modification/ bracing
Explain the GROC:
question is made pinpointing specific time and the pt rates improvement, regress, or no change
Has a ceiling effect, measures ADLs/mobility, shoulder dysf, higher scores the better, 6 pain + 10 fx and pt rated section
assess fx change, pt choose 5 fx activities, back/knee/UE/neck
13 pnt questionnaire, shoulder pain (not instability)
L serratus ant trigger point:
Anterior: whole pec, down to 4th-5th digits
posterior: trigger point middle of medial border, lateral to lateral border
L pec major:
Anterior: pec down arm to 3-5th digits
around sternum, over pec, down medial side of arm stopping at elbow
L ext oblique:
"can cause heartburn"
at nipple level, down between ribs and drifts below ribs to right side
Where can hypomobility be a predictor of neck/shoulder pain?
Stages of OA, DjD, spondylosis:
Later: hypomob sometimes painful
What condition may resemble an MI?
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