Distal radius fracture

Before studying distal radius fracture, it is necessary to know what’s difference between extra articular fracture and intra articular fracture? Extra articular fracture v/s intra articular fracture :  1. Extra articular fracture – Articular surface (Joint) not involve (see blue line on radius bone) eg. Colle’s fracture and smith fracture. 2. Intra articular fracture –

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Coracoid process

Scapula bone have three process. A. Spinous process B. Acromion process C. Coracoid process – three muscles attach on it. Teres minor muscle Biceps brachii muscle (short head) Corocobrachialis muscle NOTE : Don’t confuse with coronoid process because It is present on upper end of ulna bone and brachialis muscle attach on it.  

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Overview – 1. Thumb 2. Index finger3. Middle finger4. Ring finger 5. Little finger Nomenclature of hand muscles – 1. Pollicis – for thumb. Example: Opponens Pollicis (OP)Abductor Pollicis Longus (APL)Extensor Pollicis Brevis (EPB)Extensor Pollicis Longus (EPL) 2. Digitorum – for index, ring, middle and ring finger. Example: Flexor Digitorum Superficialis (FDS)Flexor Digitorum Profundus (FDP)Extensor

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Palmar arch

Chart Highlights- 1. Ulnar artery 2. Radial artery3. Superficial palmar arch4. Deep palmar arch5. Palmar metacarple artery 6. Common palmar digital artery 7. Proper palmar digital artery

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Femoral nerve

Chart Highlights- Femoral nerve is divide into two division, anterior and posterior division. A. Anterior division- 1. Nerve to sartorius 2. Cutaneous nerve (medial and intermediate) B. Posterior division- 1. Rectus femoris (RF)2. Vastus medialis (VM)3. Vastus intermedius (VI)4. Vastus lateralis (VL)5. Saphenous nerve NOTE : All nerve to vastus (VL, VM, VI) supplies to

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