Posts tagged musculoskeletal

Muscle Skin by Pedro Sousa.
I love how earthy and human the whole composition is. A disguised part of our body, the muscular mesh sitting just below the surface is made visible and tangible.

Muscle Skin by Pedro Sousa.

I love how earthy and human the whole composition is. A disguised part of our body, the muscular mesh sitting just below the surface is made visible and tangible.

New drugs come up that, sure, are more specific maybe, but they are still no match for the power of 60 mg of prednisone. It’s like the nuclear bomb! *Pfooooom*
Rheumatologist getting worked up as he makes an analogy for the immunosuppressive effect of prednisone.
Varus

|ˈve(ə)rəs| Originating from the early 19th century from Latin, meaning literally ‘bent, crooked.’ 

Describes any deformity that displaces the distal end of a limb towards the midline.

Dorsal Musculature by dollinjune14.
This musculoskeletal block has been perhaps one of the more straightforward blocks covered thus far. Having said that, what it lacks in concept difficulty it more than makes up for in the vast amount of detail. The musculoskeletal complex is such an intricate and amazing system.

Dorsal Musculature by dollinjune14.

This musculoskeletal block has been perhaps one of the more straightforward blocks covered thus far. Having said that, what it lacks in concept difficulty it more than makes up for in the vast amount of detail. The musculoskeletal complex is such an intricate and amazing system.

Tendons and Ligaments of the Shoulder from Gray’s Anatomy.
The rotator cuff is one of the most common areas to be injured, be it sports, work or strained physical activities. I have seen many patients with my preceptor who have had issues relating to this complex and delicate area.
The rotator cuff consists of 4 major muscles and the tendons and ligaments that stabilize the shoulder, including the supraspinatus muscle, the infraspinatus muscle, the subscapularis muscle, and the teres minor muscle. (Thanks to lauwer for pointing out the possibility of confusion in regards to the caption and anecdote)

Tendons and Ligaments of the Shoulder from Gray’s Anatomy.

The rotator cuff is one of the most common areas to be injured, be it sports, work or strained physical activities. I have seen many patients with my preceptor who have had issues relating to this complex and delicate area.

The rotator cuff consists of 4 major muscles and the tendons and ligaments that stabilize the shoulder, including the supraspinatus muscle, the infraspinatus muscle, the subscapularis muscle, and the teres minor muscle. (Thanks to lauwer for pointing out the possibility of confusion in regards to the caption and anecdote)