By Andreas B. Imhoff, Jonathan B. Ticker, Freddie H. Fu
content material: part I: advent and Imaging Secton II: easy concepts part III: Glenohumeral Instabiligy part VI: particular Arthroscopic Techniques
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If one has a paralysis of the serratus anterior, the scapula tends to migrate proximally and its inferior angle moves medially. Serratus anterior weakness can be caused by a long thoracic nerve palsy. If the trapezius is paralysed, the scapula migrates downward while its inferior angle moves laterally. This can easily be seen when the patient is asked to flex the shoulder against resistance. 28 Andreas Burkart and Andreas B Imhoff Palpation The sternoclavicular joint should be identified and noted for swelling, tenderness, and displacement.
It should be positive in labral pathology. Jobe relocation test14 A positive Jobe relocation test occurs when shoulder pain and apprehension (produced by abduction and external rotation) is relieved by a posterior directed force applied to the humeral head. 15 O’Brien test. elbow against the resistance of the examiner’s hand. If the apprehension is lessened, the test is negative for SLAP lesions. This is because in shoulders with intact superior labra, the contraction of the biceps muscle reduces apprehension due to glenohumeral stability.
An atlas of shoulder arthroscopy by Andreas B. Imhoff, Jonathan B. Ticker, Freddie H. Fu