Index to Chiropractic Literature
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ID 23098
  Title Elbow, wrist and hand trauma [audio lecture]
Journal DC Tracts. 2012 Winter;24(4):2,3
Peer Review Yes
Publication Type Audio Lecture

Lecture II:

I. Elbow injuries

   A. History, observation, physical examination
   B., Distal bicep tendon rupture
  C. Elbow dislocations
          1. Complications
          2. Associated problems
  D. Ulnar collateral sprain/tear
         1. Identifictaion
         2. Principles of conservative care
  E. Little Leaguer's elbow
  F. Radial head fractures

II. Other special/orthopedic tests for the elbow
  A. Varus/valgus stress test - sprains
  B. Tinels- ulnar nerve
  C. Cozen, Mills, Kaplan's, golfer's elbow tests - medial/lateral epicondylitis

III. Wrist and hand

   A. History, observation, physical examination procedures
   B. Finger deformities
         1. Mallet finger - rupture of extensor digitorum tendon at the insertion of distal phalanx
         2. Boutonniere deformity- extension of metacarpophalangeal and distal interphalangeal joints,                 flexion of the proximal interphalangeal joint
         3. Swan neck deformity - flexion of the metacarpophalangeal and distal interphalangeal joints,               hyperextension of the proximal interphalangeal joint
         4. Trigger finger - thickening of the sheath of the flexor tendons at the A1 pulley, typically pathological
  C. Wrist trauma  complications
 D. Scaphoid fracture
 E. Colles fracture

IV. Other special/orthopedic tests for the wrist and hand
  A. Allen test - srtery insufficiency
  B. Bracelet test- compression of wrist
  C. Carpal lift sign -sprain
  D. Maissoneuve sign - Colles fracture
  E. Cascade sign - carpal fracture
  F. Finsterer sign - carpal fracture



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