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Arm Anatomy

Arm Anatomy

Friday, January 14, 2011 3:29

Here is a brief overview of the anatomy of the arm muscles. The upper body has tons of muscles including the back, chest, shoulders, rotator cuff, biceps, triceps, and forearms....

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Fractures Treatment

Fractures Treatment

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 0:26

About fractures Bone is the strong tissue that forms the basis of your skeleton. It is a living tissue, made up of bone-forming cells, which produce the mineral compound (matrix) that makes your bones strong and hard....

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Types of Bone Fractures

Types of Bone Fractures

Wednesday, September 29, 2010 0:03

Types of Bone Fractures A broken bone or bone fracture occurs when a force exerted against a bone is stronger than it can structurally withstand. Bones are a form of connective tissue, reinforced with calcium and bone cells. Bones have a softer centre, ...

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Tunneling Through Pain

Tunneling Through Pain

Friday, September 24, 2010 5:32

Tunneling Through Pain When confronted with pain, numbness, tingling, stiffness, burning or swelling in the hands and fingers, the universal tendency nowadays is to immediately apply the label “carpal tunnel syndrome,” with very little consideration given to other possible causes. [caption id="attachment_582" align="alignright" width="322" caption="Tunneling ...

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Kienbocks Wrist

Kienbocks Wrist

Wednesday, September 8, 2010 3:16

Kienbock's disease, properly spelled Kienböck's, is also known as Avascular Necrosis of the Lunate, or Lunatomalacia. It was first described by Viennese radiologist Dr. Robert Kienbock in 1910. Kienbock's disease is a condition in which one of the small bones of the wrist loses its blood supply and ...

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