glenohumeral


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Related to glenohumeral: radioulnar, humeroulnar

gle·no·hu·mer·al

(glē'nō-hyū'mĕr-ăl),
Relating to the glenoid cavity and the humerus.

glenohumeral

/gle·no·hu·mer·al/ (gle″no-hu´mer-al) pertaining to the glenoid cavity and the humerus.

glenohumeral

[glē′nōhyo̅o̅′mərəl]
Etymology: Gk, glene, joint socket; L, humerus, shoulder
pertaining to the glenoid cavity and the humerus at the shoulder joint.

gle·no·hu·mer·al

(glē'nō-hyū'mĕr-ăl)
Relating to the glenoid cavity and the humerus.
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The stability of the glenohumeral joint is both static and dynamic.
It has been suggested that if stretching of the joint capsule can be avoided during the acute and flaccid phases of CVA recovery, most patients would develop sufficient muscular activity to maintain glenohumeral alignment.
Articles which contained concomitant injuries (rotator cuff tear, Bankart lesion, glenohumeral instability and Hill Sachs lesion) were included if they clearly stated whether the labrum had normal segments.
The purpose of this study was to compare both scapular and glenohumeral kinematics and exposure during wheelchair-based UL CRT exercises at specific humerothoracic elevation angles to determine whether the CRT exercises place the shoulder at mechanical impingement risk.
Total rotation ROM was calculated by summing the internal and external rotation ROM measures taken at 90 degrees of glenohumeral joint abduction in the coronal plane.
Other findings in this case included partial tear of the supraspinatus tendon and superior glenohumeral ligament (not shown).
Patients were eligible to enrol in the study if the shoulder pain was unilateral, over the glenohumeral joint or in the proximal upper limb, and reproduced during shoulder movements.
Glenohumeral joint: internal and external rotation range of motion in javelin throwers.
These structures receive sensory innervation from the nerves that supply the muscles working across the glenohumeral articulation.
Background & objectives: Adhesive capsulitis of the shoulder is a condition of unknown aetiology that results in the development of restricted active and passive glenohumeral motion.
The rotatory action of the scapula is made possible by the upper and middle parts contributing to upward rotation of the scapula and abduction of the arm at the glenohumeral joint and elevation of the arm above the shoulder level.