pelvis

Passive abduction

POSitioning. The subject lies in the supine position,near the border of the couch, with the lower leg pendent. The examiner stands level with the subject’s hip. One hand grasps the distal thigh from the medial side. The other hand is placed on the opposite anterior superior iliac spine in order to stabilize the pelvis. Procedure. …

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Hip Anatomy and Examination

Basics Description Bones: Pelvis and femur bone The acetabulum is the socket Muscles: Flexors: Iliopsoas, sartorius, rectus femoris Extensors: Gluteus maximus, hamstring muscles Abductors: Gluteus medius, gluteus minimus Adductors: Gracilis, pectineus, adductor longus, adductor brevis, adductor magnus Nerves: Femoral: Hip flexors Obturator: Adductors Superior gluteal: Abductors Ligaments: Sacroiliac: Sacrum to ilium Sacrotuberous: Sacrum to ischial …

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Aneurysmal Bone Cyst

Basics Description Destructive, painful, lytic bone lesions occurring in young patients May occur primarily in bone (de novo) or develop within another benign bone lesion Can be locally aggressive and can cause a bone to balloon as a result of aneurysmal cystic expansion Occurs most often at the proximal ends of long bones and 2nd …

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