Acute Shoulder Pain: Diagnosis

by Charles Vega, MD

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    The lecture Acute Shoulder Pain: Diagnosis by Charles Vega, MD is from the course Acute Care.

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    1. Vascular examination of the extremity
    2. Visual inspection of both shoulders to check for symmetry
    3. Active range of motion testing
    4. Palpation of affected shoulder joint
    5. Provocative testing of the shoulder joint
    1. Adhesive capsulitis
    2. Acromioclavicular joint disease
    3. Rotator cuff tendonitis
    4. Supraspinatus tendon tear
    5. Biceps tendonitis
    1. Acromioclavicular joint pathology
    2. Rotator cuff pathology
    3. Supraspinatus tear
    4. Biceps tendonitis
    5. Infraspinatus tendon pathology
    1. Hawkin's test
    2. Cross body abduction test
    3. Spurling's test
    4. External rotation test
    5. Speed's test
    1. Weakness when resistance is applied to the shoulder that is abducted to 90 degrees and forward flexed to 30 degrees
    2. Pain on internal rotation of the shoulder with the elbow flexed to 90 degrees
    3. Weakness in lifting the hand straight off the lower back when the arm is internally rotated across it behind them
    4. Pain when the patient's arm is abducted across their chest
    5. Weakness and pain when active downward resistance is applied to a shoulder flexed to 60 degrees
    1. Biceps tendon pathology
    2. Supraspinatous tendon pathology
    3. Infraspinatous tendon pathology
    4. Adhesive capsulitis
    5. Acromioclavicular joint osteoarthritis

    Author of lecture Acute Shoulder Pain: Diagnosis

     Charles Vega, MD

    Charles Vega, MD

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    Comprehensive and easy.
    By Nosheen H. on 28. February 2018 for Acute Shoulder Pain: Diagnosis

    It was very comprehensive and easy. All the aspects of shoulder exam were covered