Download Atlas of Functional Shoulder Anatomy by Andrea De Vita MD, W. Ben Kibler MD, FACSM (auth.), Giovanni PDF

By Andrea De Vita MD, W. Ben Kibler MD, FACSM (auth.), Giovanni Di Giacomo, Nicole Pouliart, Alberto Costantini, Andrea De Vita (eds.)

The objective of this Atlas is to concentration the reader's cognizance on a sequence of bone, ligament, muscle and tendon constructions and ultrastructures that experience now not to this point been mentioned other than within the most modern overseas literature and in expert journals. This Atlas additionally offers super high-definition photos of "targeted" sections acquired from cadavers preserved utilizing cutting-edge techniques.

The authors' goal is to provide the shoulder anatomy in a brand new and unique approach and, utilizing an easy yet committed descriptive language, to assist the reader comprehend the complexity of clinical study, highlighting the significance of integrating anatomical, biomechanical and neurophysiological knowledge.

The textual content is meant as a supplement to the latest and present anatomical stories in medical learn, bringing out the significance of these miniscule constructions to which distinct and transparent mechanical and neurological roles are actually being attributed.

Show description

Read or Download Atlas of Functional Shoulder Anatomy PDF

Similar anatomy books

The Limbic Brain

This booklet is a needs to for somebody drawn to studying in regards to the mind. it's choked with references to the literature of unique investigators and never purely explains the functionality of the limbic mind, yet, in essence, information the heritage of principles in regards to the limbic mind, from Broca's anatomic description to Papez's Circuit.

Light microscopic techniques in biology and medicine

As much as approximately twenty-five years in the past, nearly the complete box of microscopy will be overseen or even practized via any energetic learn employee. The swift evolution which microscopy in its broadest feel has in view that passed through and which has contributed tremendously to our perception in lots of fields of organic technological know-how and medication has, although, result in a innovative specialisation.

Additional resources for Atlas of Functional Shoulder Anatomy

Sample text

Codman [25] reports that with an intact AC joint, scapular motion (3 planes, 2 translations) is synchronously coupled with arm motion by the clavicle. This motion is guided by the coracoclavicular ligaments. Because of the obligatory coupling of clavicle rotation with scapular motion and arm elevation, the AC joint should not be fixed, whether by fusion with joint-spanning hardware (screws, plates, pins) or by coracoclavicular screws. Motion will be lost, limiting shoulder function, or the hardware may fail.

Another important factor to consider is the distance between the articular surfaces of the acromion and the clavicle. The first reported measurement of Fig. 4a-d. a Left shoulder: anterior view of the coracoclavicular ligament (A/C acromioclavicular joint, CAL coracoacromial ligament, CLAV clavicle, CON conoid ligament,CP coracoid process,TRP trapezoid ligament) b–d Proposed classification of the coracoclavicular ligament based on its variant scapular attachments (types I–III). Courtesy of Sonnabend [17] Acromioclavicular Joint and Scapular Ligaments b c d a 35 36 Alberto Costantini this width was published by Zanca [21].

J Orthop Sports Phys Ther 29: 574-586 11. Kibler WB (1995) Biomechanical analysis of the shoulder during tennis activities. Clin Sports Med 14:79-85 12. Kennedy K (1993) Rehabilitation of the unstable shoulder. Oper Tech Sports Med 1:311-324 13. Nieminen H, Niemi J, Takala EP et al (1995) Load-sharing patterns in the shoulder during isometric flexion tasks. J Biomech 28:555-566 14. Happee R, Van der Helm FC (1995) The control of shoulder muscles during goal directed movements: an inverse dynamic analysis.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.88 of 5 – based on 42 votes