Internet Resources relating to Clinical Examination of orthopaedic and traumatological cases.
[OCOSH Code: D010808 25656009 Z03 CE]
- Gait (13)
- Resources relating to Gait Examination and assessment.
MeSH Search Term "Gait"[mesh]
ICD-10 Code R26 Abnormalities of gait and mobility *Not specific to gait examination.
Examination of gait (procedure) Concept ID: 274787008
OCOSH Code: D005684 274787008 R26 CE_G
Shoulder pain is defined as chronic when it has been present for longer than six months. Common conditions that can result in chronic shoulder pain include rotator cuff disorders, adhesive capsulitis, shoulder instability, and shoulder arthritis. Rotator cuff disorders include tendinopathy, partial tears, and complete tears. A clinical decision rule...
Added: Fri Oct 02 2009
This is inflammation of the tendon, usually resulting from overuse associated with a change in playing surface, footwear or intensity of an activity.
The Achilles tendon is surrounded by a connective tissue sheath (paratenon or paratendon), rather than a true synovial sheath. The paratenon stretches with movement, allowing maximum...
Added: Mon May 25 2009
Elbow and shoulder problems are very common in elderly people. The upper extremity examination is clinically important because upper extremity skills are essential for the performance of activities of daily living. The assessment mainly consists of careful examination of the elbow and shoulder.
Geriatric Physical Diagnosis: The Upper Extremities
Added: Thu Nov 26 2009