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    Tendon Rupture Professional

    Proximal biceps tendon rupture Ruptures of the proximal biceps tendon make up nearly all biceps ruptures. , Quadriceps tendon rupture Tendon rupture Distal biceps...

    Bicipital Tendinopathy Professional

    Synonym: biceps tendonitis Bicipital tendinopathy occurs in the long head of the biceps tendon as it runs on the anterior aspect of the humerus between the attachments of th...

    Musculocutaneous Nerve Lesion (C5-C6) Professional

    The lateral cord divides into the musculocutaneous nerve and the lateral branch of the median nerve. [ 1 ] The nerve usually passes through the coracobrachialis and between the biceps and...

    Rotator Cuff Disorders Conditions

    Subacromial impingement Also known as subacromial pain syndrome, tendinitis, tendonitis, bursitis, trapped tendon. As you lift your arm up, the rotator cuff pushes the top of the upper ...

    Frozen Shoulder Conditions

    Tendonitis of the biceps tendon . Inflammation of the bursa under the collarbone around the shoulder (called subacromial bursitis).

    Hamstring Injuries Conditions

    Semimembranous - also attaches to the back of the shin bone (tibia) on the inside of the back of the knee. Biceps femoris - attaches to the top of the smaller bone of the lower leg (fibula...

    Sports Injuries Conditions

    It usually involves the part of the hamstring called the biceps femoris and is brought on by running downhill, kicking and sprinting. It is also possible to tear the hamstring suddenly.

    Erb's Palsy Professional

    Forearm extension is normal. Biceps reflex is absent. Moro reflex is absent on the affected side. Sensory impairment on the outer aspect of the arm (unusual).

    Neurological Examination of the Upper Limbs Professional

    . ± is used when the reflex is only present on reinforcement (see below). [ 1 ] In the upper limbs: Test the biceps jerk (C5, C6): with their arm relaxed, hold the patient's...

    Lathyrism Professional

    Pyramidal tract involvement causes: Motor weakness Increased tone A lurching scissoring gait caused by involvement of the thigh extensors and adductors and gastrocnemius Extensor plantar...

    Axillary Vein Thrombosis Professional

    Higher fevers are seen with septic thrombophlebitis or in patients with associated malignancy. [ 6 ] Oedema of the arm and hand - measure the biceps/forearm diameter at a fixed distance f...

    Cervical Disc Protrusion and Lesions Professional

    Neurological features associated with cervical radiculopathy Nerve root Muscle weakness Reflex changes Sensory changes C5 Shoulder abduction and flexion...

    Achilles Tendinopathy and Rupture Professional

    Synonym: Achilles tendinosis; Achilles tendinitis (no longer used) Achilles tendinopathy [ 1 ] This is a chronic overuse injury of the Achilles tendon.

    Acromioclavicular Joint Problems Professional

    Injury classification [ 1 ] AC joint disruption (Rockwood Classification) Injury type Acromioclavicular ligament Coracoclavicular ligament Deltotrapezial fascia ...

    Fractured Humerus Professional

    The long head of biceps runs between the tuberosities in the bicipital groove, and the surgical neck is just below the greater and lesser tuberosities.

    Examination of the Spine Professional

    Reflex changes: biceps. Sensory changes: lateral arm. C6 nerve root: Muscle weakness: elbow flexion/wrist extension.

    Pulse Examination Professional

    Brachial artery Medial border of humerus at elbow medial to biceps tendon. Either with thumb of examiner's right hand or index and middle of left hand. To asse...

    Cervical Spondylosis Professional

    Reflexes are usually diminished at the appropriate level (biceps - C5/C6, supinator - C5/C6, or triceps - C7). See also the separate Neurological Examination of the Upper Limbs  a...

    Polymyalgia Rheumatica Professional

    Typical findings on ultrasound include subdeltoid bursitis and biceps tendon tenosynovitis and, less frequently, synovitis of the glenohumeral joint or trochanteric bursitis. [ 6 ] A...

    Birth Injuries to the Baby Professional

    The grasp reflex is normally maintained but Moro, biceps and radial reflexes are lost. See also separate Erb's Palsy article. The position of the hand is said to be reminiscent...