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Clinical Evaluation-Physical Findings

Distinguishing anterior shoulder pain caused by biceps tendon disorders as opposed to subacromial impingement can be difficult, as these two entities usually co-exist. Although there are some exam maneuvers, which attempt to isolate the biceps tendon, there is still a fair amount of overlap and the definitive diagnosis of isolated biceps tendon pathology is extremely […]

Evaluation-Physical Examination

Inspect the arm for symmetry with regard to size, color, and skin temperature. Palpation of the cervical spine, the scalenes, and the clavicle can be used to look for structural causes of TOS. A Tinel sign may be elicited over the supraclavicular fossa. A careful neurovascular examination should include strength testing of the muscles and […]

Unconsciousness

Whether or not the injured person is unconscious at the time of examination, head injuries should always be regarded as potentially serious because grave complications can ensue.

Measures at the scene of injury It is important to note that head injuries are associated with a high incidence of cervical spine injuries.Therefore all maneuvers must protect […]