Landmarks of the humerus Medial/lateral epicondyleMedial/lateral epicondyle Capitulum (lateral)Capitulum (lateral) Trochlea (medial)Trochlea (medial) Olecranon fossaOlecranon fossa Coronoid fossaCoronoid fossa
Landmarks of the humerus
Landmarks of the Radius and Ulna Olecranon process (point of elbow) is part of the ulnaOlecranon process (point of elbow) is part of the ulna Articulates (connects) with the on the humerusArticulates (connects) with the olecranon fossa on the humerus (ULNA) articulates with on the humerusCoronoid process (ULNA) articulates with coronoid fossa on the humerus
Landmarks of the Radius and Ulna
Elbow ligaments Medial (Ulnar) collateral (MCL) or UCLMedial (Ulnar) collateral (MCL) or UCL Lateral (radial) collateral (LCL) or RCLLateral (radial) collateral (LCL) or RCL Annular ligamentAnnular ligament
Muscles acting on the elbow Biceps- elbow flexionBiceps- elbow flexion Triceps- elbow extensionTriceps- elbow extension PronatorsPronators SupinatorsSupinators
Bones of the hand/wrist CarpalsCarpals MetacarpalsMetacarpals
Bones of the hand/wrist
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Motions and muscles of the fingers/thumb FlexionFlexion ExtensionExtension Ab/AdductionAb/Adduction Circumduction (Thumb)Circumduction (Thumb)
Strains Occurs to a muscle/tendonOccurs to a muscle/tendon Due to over stretching or overuse of the muscle or tendon.Due to over stretching or overuse of the muscle or tendon.
Sprains Occur to a ligamentOccur to a ligament
Hyperextension of elbow An overstraightening of the elbow.An overstraightening of the elbow. Caused from a posterior force on the elbow joint.Caused from a posterior force on the elbow joint.
Epicondylitis Epicondylitis is a tendonitis that occurs in the area of the medial and lateral epicondyles of the humerus.Epicondylitis is a tendonitis that occurs in the area of the medial and lateral epicondyles of the humerus. It is caused by overuse of the tendon, which results in pain and inflammation.It is caused by overuse of the tendon, which results in pain and inflammation.
Medial epicondylitis Also known as:Also known as:
Lateral epicondylitis Also known as:Also known as:
Bursitis Due to repetitive stress or a direct blow to the elbow.Due to repetitive stress or a direct blow to the elbow.
Causes of wrist Fx
Subungal hematoma Bleeding under fingernailBleeding under fingernail