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941. Anastomosis at the level of the elbow joint connecting the deep, or normal, brachial artery with major arterial variations of the upper limb Full Text available with Trip Pro

Anastomosis at the level of the elbow joint connecting the deep, or normal, brachial artery with major arterial variations of the upper limb 10697294 2000 03 16 2008 11 20 0021-8782 196 ( Pt 1) 2000 Jan Journal of anatomy J. Anat. Anastomosis at the level of the elbow joint connecting the deep, or normal, brachial artery with major arterial variations of the upper limb. 115-9 Rodríguez-Niedenführ M M Sañudo J R JR Vázquez T T Nearn L L Logan B B Parkin I I eng Comment Letter England J Anat (...) 0137162 0021-8782 IM J Anat. 1995 Oct;187 ( Pt 2):473-9 7592009 Arm blood supply Arterio-Arterial Fistula pathology Brachial Artery anatomy & histology Elbow blood supply Humans 2000 3 4 9 0 2000 5 20 9 0 2000 3 4 9 0 ppublish 10697294 PMC1468046

2000 Journal of anatomy

942. Diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of the thrower's elbow. (Abstract)

Diagnosis, treatment, and rehabilitation of the thrower's elbow. The overhead throwing motion generates enormous force in the elbow. Repetitive near failure loads lead to chronic adaptive changes and occasionally acute injury. The physician caring for the thrower must understand the complex anatomy and function of the elbow joint, along with the biomechanics of throwing, to accurately diagnose and treat elbow pathology. Evaluation of elbow pain in the throwing athlete must begin with a thorough

2005 Current Sports Medicine Reports

943. Entrapment neuropathies of the shoulder and elbow in the athlete. (Abstract)

Entrapment neuropathies of the shoulder and elbow in the athlete. MRI is a useful diagnostic method for evaluating nerve disease at the shoulder and elbow. MRI can depict the normal anatomy of the nerves, confirm and identify the cause of the neuropathy, identify the site of entrapment based on muscle denervation patterns, and detect unsuspected space-occupying lesions. MRI can also narrow down the differential diagnosis of nerve disease, such as in the case of suprascapular nerve syndrome

2006 Clinics in Sports Medicine

944. A review of compressive ulnar neuropathy at the elbow. (Abstract)

A review of compressive ulnar neuropathy at the elbow. To review the anatomy, etiology, and symptoms associated with compressive ulnar neuropathy at the elbow and to discuss the diagnosis and treatment of this condition.The following were searched for information relevant to cubital tunnel syndrome: MEDLINE, WorldCat, and Index to Chiropractic Literature.Cubital tunnel syndrome is the second most common nerve compression syndrome of the upper extremity. Clinical features of this syndrome

2005 Journal of Manipulative and Physiological Therapeutics

945. Osseous anatomy of the distal humerus and proximal ulna: implications for total elbow arthroplasty. (Abstract)

Osseous anatomy of the distal humerus and proximal ulna: implications for total elbow arthroplasty. Cortical thickness and multiple intramedullary canal diameters were measured in sequential axial sections from 27 human cadavers. No age or side differences were identified. The intramedullary humeral canal shape changed along the length of the bone in both male specimens and female specimens. Anteroposterior and male minimal humeral canal diameters increased proximally from the elbow. Male (...) and female medial-lateral humeral diameters decreased proximally from the elbow. All ulnar canal diameters decreased distally in a uniform fashion. The minimal ulnar and humeral canal diameters did not occur in either the sagittal or coronal plane. Humeral and ulnar cortical thickness did not vary within axial sections. Only ulnar cortical thickness changed between sections, decreasing distally. On the basis of these data, a cylindrical humeral stem and an ulnar stem tapering in all planes may be optimal

2007 Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery

946. Anatomy of the posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve: practical information for the surgeon operating on the lateral aspect of the elbow. (Abstract)

Anatomy of the posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve: practical information for the surgeon operating on the lateral aspect of the elbow. To investigate the anatomic relationships of the posterior antebrachial cutaneous nerve (PABCN) to anatomic landmarks on the lateral side of the elbow.The PABCN was explored in 30 cadaveric upper extremities. Distances were noted from easily identifiable structures including the lateral epicondyle, the lateral intermuscular septum, and the radial nerve.The (...) path of the PABCN follows the spiral groove initially, diverging as the radial nerve pierces the lateral intermuscular septum. The PABCN emerges from the posterior compartment through a hiatus in the deep fascia at a mean of 6.6 cm proximal to the lateral epicondyle and passes a mean of 2.1 cm anterior to the lateral epicondyle.The anatomic relationships determined in this study should enable the surgeon to avoid injuring the PABCN when performing surgery in the lateral elbow region.

2006 Journal of Hand Surgery - American

947. Arthroscopic, macroscopic, and microscopic anatomy of the synovial fold of the elbow joint in correlation with the common extensor origin. (Abstract)

Arthroscopic, macroscopic, and microscopic anatomy of the synovial fold of the elbow joint in correlation with the common extensor origin. The objective of our study was to clarify the arthroscopic, macroscopic, and microscopic anatomy of the radiocapitellar synovial fold of the elbow joint in correlation with the common extensor origin.We performed arthroscopy in 14 fresh-frozen cadaveric elbows and found the synovial fold covering the radial head or interposing in the radiocapitellar joint (...) in 6. The fold was tagged with loop suture under arthroscopy to identify its exact location in gross anatomy. The radiocapitellar joint capsule was then resected without disturbing the continuity of the common extensor and lateral epicondyle. Macroscopic and histologic evaluation was performed for the lateral elbow capsular complex.The synovial fold was found to be a triangular-shaped thickening of the capsule located on the proximal edge of the annular ligament. The mean distance between

2008 Arthroscopy

948. Ulnar coronoid process anatomy: possible implications for elbow instability. (Abstract)

Ulnar coronoid process anatomy: possible implications for elbow instability. Ulnar coronoid process fractures are relatively uncommon injuries usually occurring with elbow dislocations and contributing to elbow instability. Recent evidence suggests coronoid tip fractures have a role in the instability. We sought to quantify the capsular and brachialis attachments of the ulnar coronoid process to better understand why instability occurs. We prepared eight fresh-frozen cadaveric specimens

2006 Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research

949. The ulnar collateral ligament of the human elbow joint. Anatomy, function and biomechanics. Full Text available with Trip Pro

The ulnar collateral ligament of the human elbow joint. Anatomy, function and biomechanics. The posterior portion of the ulnar collateral ligament, which arises from the posterior surface of the medial epicondyle, is taut in maximal flexion. The anterior portion, which takes its origin from the anterior and inferior surfaces of the epicondyle, contains three functional fibre bundles. One of these is taut in maximal extension, another in intermediate positions between middle position and full (...) flexion while the third bundle is always taut and serves as a guiding bundle. Movements of the elbow joint are checked by the ligaments well before the bony processes forming the jaws of the trochlear notch lock into the corresponding fossae on the humerus.

1991 Journal of anatomy

950. Arthroscopy of the elbow joint–video analysis of the anatomy and function Full Text available with Trip Pro

Arthroscopy of the elbow joint–video analysis of the anatomy and function The anatomical structures of the elbow joint were dissected in layers in human cadavers. The surgical dissection was divided into to deep and superficial areas. Each step was documented by digital video and photographs. The functional and anatomical preparation allowed us to establish the limits and scope of diagnostic and therapeutic procedures by arthroscopy.

2002 International orthopaedics

951. Variations in the normal anatomy of the collateral ligaments of the human elbow joint Full Text available with Trip Pro

Variations in the normal anatomy of the collateral ligaments of the human elbow joint The variations which occur in the medial and lateral ligament complexes of the elbow were investigated. These occurred frequently with the standard appearances occurring in no more than half the specimens on the medial side and one quarter of those on the lateral side. Surgeons who regularly perform elbow arthroplasty must be aware of these considerations, especially with the introduction of unconstrained

2000 Journal of anatomy

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