acromial


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a·cro·mi·al

(ă-krō'mē-ăl),
Relating to the acromion.

ac·ro·mi·al

(ă-krō'mē-ăl)
Relating to the acromion.
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Conservative treatment methods include prevention, rest, medical treatment, steroid injections to the sub acromial space, and various conventional methods of physical therapy (PT) and exercises, as well as kinesio taping (KT) application as a relatively novel method [4, 5].
[7] The indication for acromioplasty is based on clinical evaluation of the patient, supported by typical changes in acromial morphology on standard radiographs.
In general, scapular fractures are rare, comprising 1% of all fractures, and among the rarest types to happen are acromial fractures, accounting for 8-9% of all scapular fracture [2].
Radiographs demonstrated mild glenohumeral degenerative changes, acromial enthesopathy, and hypertrophic ossification of the acromioclavicular joint (Fig.
Os avaliados ficaram em posicao ortostatica e relaxados, foi mensurado a dobra tricipital entre o processo acromial da escapula e o processo olecrano da ulna, a dobra tricipital foi medida no sentido vertical.
The test is considered positive if the patient accuses pain between 70 and 120[degrees], the Hawkins test--is considered positive if the patient accuses pain caused by the conflict between the tendon of the supraspinous muscle and the coracoid acromial ligament, and it consists of placing the side examiner on the patient, of shoulder blade immobilization, of positioning the arm under investigation in abduction, flexion at 90[degrees] and internal rotation, and then of the performance of the horizontal flexion simultaneously with rotation emphasis, the Jobe test--is performed with the patient's arm positioned at 90[degrees] abduction in scapular plan, internal rotation (the thumb is oriented towards the floor).
[2] The SSSC is a ring formed by the glenoid process, the coracoid process, the coracoclavicular ligaments, the distal clavicle, the acromioclavicular joint and the acromial process (Figure 1C).
The absence of lateral and medial ends of both clavicles with a tiny bone fragment was seen in the acromial ends of both clavicles (Figure 1).
Lorich, "The extended anterolateral acromial approach allows minimally invasive access to the proximal humerus," Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, no.
Furthermore, in agreement with previous reports on avian species (Nickel et al., 1977; Erdogan, 2012), it was determined that the acromial artery did not originate from the subclavian artery in the flamingos.
The anatomical sites of participants were marked as acromial, radiale, mid acromial-radiale, subscapular, stylion, mid-stylion, mesosternal, ill-crystal, illospinale, supraspinal, trochanterion, mid trochanterion-tibial lateral, mid-thigh, tibial lateral, tibial medial and sphyrion.