Injuries of the Shoulder Exam Room Anatomy Poster – ClinicalPosters

Anatomy and Injuries of the Shoulder Chart 20x26

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BARCODE: 9781587798085

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This 20x26 inch examination-room human anatomy poster shows views of the shoulder anatomy, impingement, rotator cuff tear, trauma and bicipital tendon.
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With shoulder pain, it is difficult to lift or even rest com­fort­­ably. Is is some­thing that will go away by applying an ice pack or is surgical inter­­ven­tion required. Having this full-size poster hanging on your wall can help determine what needs to be done.

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Main image of this 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster shows the bones, muscles, ligaments, veins and arteries of the shoulder. The poster illus­trates poster­ior, lateral, anterior and super­ior views of the shoulder anatomy, as well as the socket of a normal shoulder joint.

Impingement syndrome, rotator cuff tear, trauma (such as proximal humeral fracture and acro­mioclavi­cular separa­tion), and bicipital tendon problems are depicted. Also illus­trated on Anatomy and Injuries of the Shoulder is insta­bility such as anterior dis­loca­tion of the humerus, Bankart lesion, and Hill Sachs formation. ©2003

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  • Frames or grommets sold separately

With shoulder pain, it is difficult to lift or even rest com­fort­­ably. Is is some­thing that will go away by applying an ice pack or is surgical inter­­ven­tion required. Having this full-size poster hanging on your wall can help determine what needs to be done.

More

Main image of this 20" x 26" (51 x 66 cm) examination-room anatomy poster shows the bones, muscles, ligaments, veins and arteries of the shoulder. The poster illus­trates poster­ior, lateral, anterior and super­ior views of the shoulder anatomy, as well as the socket of a normal shoulder joint.

Impingement syndrome, rotator cuff tear, trauma (such as proximal humeral fracture and acro­mioclavi­cular separa­tion), and bicipital tendon problems are depicted. Also illus­trated on Anatomy and Injuries of the Shoulder is insta­bility such as anterior dis­loca­tion of the humerus, Bankart lesion, and Hill Sachs formation. ©2003

  • Recommend hygienic satin UV lamination
  • Frames or grommets sold separately

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