By E. Amory Codman

Show description

Read Online or Download The Shoulder Rupture of the Supraspinatus Tendon and Other Lesions In or About the Subacromial Bursa PDF

Similar medicine books

Medical Myths That Can Kill You: And the 101 Truths That Will Save, Extend, and Improve Your Life

Are you aware what's excellent for you?

In this age of numerous miracle remedies, it's important to split the myths that endanger your wellbeing and fitness from the clinical evidence you need.

Unfiltered espresso can clog your arteries.

Donating blood may well decrease your danger of center disease.

You don't actually need 8 glasses of water a day.

Coughing won't support if you're having a middle assault. (But aspirin will! )

We've turn into a kingdom of cyberchondriacs, diagnosing ourselves with fake details and half-truths chanced on on sketchy web content. In scientific Myths which can Kill You, Dr. Nancy Snyderman, leader scientific editor for NBC information, presents transparent, functional, scientifically confirmed recommendation which could lead you to a more healthy, happier life.

Discover the easy, daily issues that impact health and wellbeing, and get the data you want to revitalize your physique, keep your toughness, deal with your care, and probably even store a life–yours.

Advances in Mucosal Immunology: Part A

355 articles prepared lower than the subsequent sections:B and T Cells of the Mucosal Immune procedure: Trafficking and Cytokine rules. Nonlymphoid Cells of the Mucosal Immune approach: Epithelial Cells, APC, and different telephone kinds. improvement of Mucosal Immunity: Reproductive Tract, Ontogeny, Phylogeny, and Immunodeficiency.

Additional resources for The Shoulder Rupture of the Supraspinatus Tendon and Other Lesions In or About the Subacromial Bursa

Example text

FIGURE 15. SYMMETRY OF BURSA AND JOINT The hemisphere of the joint surface is slightly smaller than the hemisphere of the base of the bursa, which functions as an auxiliary joint. The anatomy of the human shoulder 33 34 The anatomy of the human shoulder It seems to me that it is very doubtful whether it is best to apply the term bursa to extensions of the joint cavities, such as that beneath the tendon of the quadriceps at the knee. This synovial space is chiefly useful to enable the tendon of the quadriceps to ride over the anterior portions of the condyles of the femur.

However, bursas, even more than muscles or tendons, vary in form in different individuals. For instance, since both bursas approach each other on the superior surface of the subscapularis, we sometimes find them united over it, so that a horseshoe shaped arch is formed beneath the coracoid process and the tendons arising from it. Under this arch the subscapularis may run with much freedom. I think such communications are not uncommon, particularly where the bursas have become dilated from the presence of fluid.

9) which are not connected with any joint and are the mainstay in binding the shoulder blade by the coracoid process to the collar bone. The coraco-humeral and gleno-humeral ligaments should never have been described as entities. They are merely somewhat variable parts of the joint capsule. The muscles. I have few particular comments to make about the muscles which seem to be easier to remember from our student days. I would like to call attention to the compact entity formed by the short rotators when the deltoid and trapezius have been removed.

Download PDF sample

Rated 4.63 of 5 – based on 9 votes