subacromial


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Related to subacromial: Subacromial bursitis
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sub·a·cro·mi·al

a. subacromial, rel. al acromión o localizado debajo de éste.

subacromial

adj subacromial
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Subacromial impingement in patients with whiplash injury to the cervical spine.
The ideal approach to the nerve would ensure blockade of the more proximal branches to the acromium and the subacromial region.
The Trident(TM)Omega is especially effective for use in subacromial decompressions and acromioplasty procedures.
Table 1 Acromioclavicular Injury Classification Type AC Ligament CC Ligament Deltotrapezial Fascia 1 Sprained Intact Intact 2 Disrupted Sprained Intact 3 Disrupted Disrupted Insertion intact 4 Disrupted Disrupted Disrupted 5 Disrupted Disrupted Disrupted 6 Disrupted Disrupted Disrupted Type Radiographic Findings 1 Normal 2 AC joint widening, slight elevation of distal clavicle 3 CC distance 25% to 100% compared to contralateral 4 CC distance 25% to 100% and posterior displacement of clavicle 5 CC distance 100% to 300% 6 Subacromial or subcoracoid displacement
Interscalene brachial plexus block is superior to subacromial bursa block after arthroscopic shoulder surgery.
The differential diagnosis after the subjective examination included glenohumeral instability, a rotator cuff tear/tendinopathy, subacromial impingement, and a glenoid labrum lesion.
Extended line of suction ablation probes for specific indications, including subacromial decompression in the shoulder, tissue preparation for ACL repair in the knee, meniscus repair, and small joint tissue ablation.
Subacromial impingement leads to the compression of the rotator cuff tendon within the subacromial space from anatomical or biomechanical abnormalities.
It refers to compression of the rotator cuff tendons and subacromial bursa between the humeral head inferiorly and the coracoacromial arch, the anterior third of the acromion, the coracoacromial ligament and the acromioclavicular joint superiorly (2).
Key words: glenohumeral joint, subacromial space examination, passive mobilisation
5) Greater tuberosity fractures displaced more than 5 mm in the superior direction are at risk for subacromial impingement and nonunion; fractures with significant posterior displacement are associated with weakness and mechanical obstruction to external rotation.