Case Files Anatomy, Second Edition (Lange Case Files) by Eugene C. Toy;Lawrence M. Ross;Leonard J. Cleary;Cristo

By Eugene C. Toy;Lawrence M. Ross;Leonard J. Cleary;Cristo Papasakelariou

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She has right knee swelling, tenderness, and excessive anterior mobility with the knee flexed. ◆ ◆ Most likely diagnosis: Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear Mechanism of injury: Excessive rotational force strains or ruptures the ligament CLINICAL CORRELATION Injuries to the knee are very common because it bears weight, combines mobility in flexion and extension, and allows some rotation. The stability of the knee depends entirely on its ligaments and muscles. Sports injuries to the knee are most commonly caused by high-speed and rotational forces applied to the leg through the knee joint.

Baltimore, MD: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins,2008, 587–92. ❖ CASE 7 A 25-year-old woman is on her first ski trip to Colorado. She has advanced from the “bunny slopes” and, during the last run of the day, falls and twists her right leg. She cannot stand on her right leg due to pain and is brought down the hill in a snow mobile. On examination, the right knee is swollen and tender. With the patient sitting on the stretcher with her knee flexed, the lower leg seems to have several centimeters of excess anterior mobility.

The joint capsule attaches to the margin of the glenoid proximally and to the anatomical neck of the humerus distally. The capsule has openings for the tendon of the long head of the biceps muscle and for the subscapular bursa, which communicates with the joint cavity. Three glenohumeral ligaments, band-like thickenings of the anterior capsule, are identifiable only internally (Figure 5-1). The coracohumeral ligament reinforces the capsule superiorly, and the transverse humeral ligament bridges the intertubercular groove with the tendon and synovial sheath of the long head of the biceps brachii muscle.

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