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Anterior Inferior Glenohumeral Ligament Wheeless

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IGHL must fail for anterior dislocation to occur;
- primary restraint to anterior and anteroinferior instability;
- at 90 deg abduction, inferior glenohumeral lig developed most strain.
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Arteries of the Upper Limb Wheeless

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Links to notes on-
- Arterial Development of the Limbs :
- Upper Extremity Arteriogram of the Limbs :
Subclavian Artery
Axillary Artery
Supreme Thoracic Artery
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Blood Supply to the Humerus Wheeless

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- main blood supply to humeral head arises from anterolateral branch of anterior humeral circumflex artery;
- this vessel passes laterally to long head of biceps & forms arcuate artery;
- arcuate artery:
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Coracoid Process Wheeless

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Anatomy:
- coracoid process can be palpated thru anterior deltoid muscle one to two finger breadths below outer portion of clavicle;
- one finger breadth lateral to coracoid is the GHJ;
- provides a palpable guide to deltopectoral groove;
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External Rotators of the Shoulder Wheeless

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- Infraspinatus: primary external rotator of humerus;
- Posterior Deltoid
- Teres Minor
Discussion:
- the posterior rotator cuff is important for maintenance of necessary force couples in axial (transverse) and coronal planes.
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Glenohumeral joint Wheeless

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Anatomy:
- GHJ has a greater ROM than any other joint;
- Bony Anatomy:
- it's shallow, & is more akin to a grapefruit in saucer than ball in socket.
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Humerus Wheeless

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Anatomy:
- ossification centers
- proximal humeral epiphysis
- Major rays of Trabeculae
Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics
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Internal Rotators of the Shoulder Wheeless

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major internal rotators are teres major, , latissimus, pect major;
- latissimus dorsi & teres major insert along medial lip of bicipital groove & pectoralis major along lateral lip and also serve as internal rotators;
- these muscles comprise larger mass than those...
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Scapula Wheeless

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Notes on the surgical anatomy of the scapula.
Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics
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Shoulder Capsule Static Stabilizers of Shoulder Wheeless

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within joint capsule, variable thickenings (superior, middle, & IGHL), are primary components of static restraint in glenohumeral joint.
Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics
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Subacromial Bursa Wheeless

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Notes on the anatomy and function of the subacromial bursa
Wheeless' Textbook of Orthopaedics
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