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Hand Anatomy. Pinned by OTToolkit.com. Treatment plans and patient handouts for the OT working with physical disabilities and geriatrics.

A personal account of problems encountered with Dupuytren's surgery and an examination of the causes of subsequent recurrence

Hand Therapy, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Occupational Therapy, Adaptive Equipment, Hypermobility, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Autoimmune Disease, Silver Rings, Chronic Illness

Your patient can't extend his thumb IP after a distal radius fracture? He may have ruptured his EPL.  If the dorsal radial tubercle has been disrupted by Colles fx (producing irregularity), EPL  tendon may rupture due to added friction imposed upon it as it sits right in Listers tubercle.  Ruptures occur most often between 3 weeks and 3 months following injury.

Your patient can't extend his thumb IP after a distal radius fracture? He may have ruptured his EPL. If the dorsal radial tubercle has been disrupted by Colles fx (producing irregularity), EPL tendon may rupture due to added friction imposed upon it as it sits right in Listers tubercle. Ruptures occur most often between 3 weeks and 3 months following injury.

A jersey finger is an injury to the FDP tendon of the finger. The flexor tendon pulls the finger down into the palm as you contract the flexor muscles of the forearm. The injury occurs at the tip of the finger, and typically the tendon snaps back to the base of the finger or even into the palm of the hand.  Often occurs in the athlete. A jersey finger can occur in non-sporting activities, but is most commonly seen in the athletic setting.

A jersey finger is an injury to the FDP tendon of the finger. The flexor tendon pulls the finger down into the palm as you contract the flexor muscles of the forearm. The injury occurs at the tip of the finger, and typically the tendon snaps back to the base of the finger or even into the palm of the hand. Often occurs in the athlete. A jersey finger can occur in non-sporting activities, but is most commonly seen in the athletic setting.

Finkelstein's Test is used to diagnos de Quervain's Tendinitis (de Quervain's Syndrome).

Finkelstein's Test is used to diagnos de Quervain's Tendinitis (de Quervain's Syndrome). -- ask Steph if this is true

Common hand injuries include broken bones, torn ligaments (called sprains, or ruptures), and dislocated joints. Click to learn more.

Learn about the causes, symptoms, diagnosis & treatment of Fractures from the Home Version of the Merck Manuals.

Muscle Atlas - All muscles including Origins, Insertions, Actions, Innervations & Arterial Supplies...priceless!

Muscle Atlas - All muscles including Origins, Insertions, Actions, Innervations & Arterial Supplies. (for us muscle geeks)

Bookmark, page spreader from Thabto

Thumb thing book holder--It holds your book open while you read it!

Gerelateerde afbeelding

Gerelateerde afbeelding

Muenster splint for TFCC injuries, DRUJ injuries and to avoid forearm rotation while allowing elbow motion.

Muenster splint for TFCC injuries, DRUJ injuries and to avoid forearm rotation while allowing elbow motion.

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