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Scapular Examination

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Fig. 4.1 Clinical scapular examination algorithm (Modified from Cools et al. 2014, Br J Sports Med) Visual Observation The scapula must be directly visualized during the examination. One common mistake…

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The Scapula and Clavicle Fractures

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Fig. 8.1 Right clavicle fracture yielding scapula repositioning It appears that union of the bone ends is not the sole or even major factor in optimal outcomes of clavicle fractures….

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Rehabilitation of Scapular Dyskinesis

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Fig. 16.1 Scapular rehabilitation algorithm [9] Treatment of Flexibility Deficits The relationship between scapular position and glenohumeral joint range of motion has been studied with significant ramifications for clinicians who…

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Neurologic-Based Injuries and Scapula Winging

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Scapulothoracic muscles  Levator scapulae  Omohyoid  Pectoralis minor  Rhomboideus major  Rhomboideus minor  Serratus anterior  Trapezius Scapulohumeral muscles  Rotator cuff   Infraspinatus   Subscapularis   Supraspinatus   Teres minor  Other   Biceps long head   Biceps short head…

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Snapping Scapula Syndrome

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Fig. 14.1 Schematic demonstrating scapula anatomy in the axial plane. Two major bursae, the supraserratus and infraserratus bursae, the source of pathology in the majority of cases in the scapulothoracic…

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Scapular Muscle Detachment

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Fig. 11.1 Illustration of the scapular muscle detachment injury to both the rhomboid major and lower trapezius muscles Fig. 11.2 (a) Mobilization of the infraspinatus away from the medial border…

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The Scapular and Shoulder Arthritis

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Fig. 10.1 CT arthrogram demonstrating eccentric posterior glenoid erosion with biconcavity consistent with Walch B2 Scapular dyskinesis is associated with abnormal scapular protraction [10]. Scapular protraction causes a decrease in…

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