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humeral

[′hyüm·ə·rəl]
(anatomy)
Of or pertaining to the humerus or the shoulder region.
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Mast et al, in a retrospective study of 240 humeral shaft fractures, reported that 60% occurred in patients less than 30 years of age.
The needle is inserted into the shoulder approximately midway between the two reference points until it makes contact with the medial edge of the upper humeral head, with the bevelled edge of the needle facing towards the humeral head.
We attempted open reduction and during reduction surprisingly we found distal humeral epihyseal slip and small fragment of metaphyseal chunk on medial side that was attached with epiphysis (Figure 2).
In professional team handball players, Pieper (1998) noted that these players demonstrated an increase in humeral retroversion of their throwing arm compared to the non-throwing arm.
MRI of the left shoulder demonstrated a lytic lesion in the left humeral head (Fig.
Reverse arthroplasty with humeral component monobloc fixation not cemented for fractures.
According to the company, the Catalyst CSR is a single-tray total shoulder arthroplasty system containing a non-spherical humeral implant for consistent anatomic joint line restoration and specialised glenoid instrumentation for a less invasive approach that preserves the natural anatomy and removes less of the patient's bone.
De hecho la cabeza accesoria humeral del musculo biceps braquial es mas frecuente y generalmente nace entre las inserciones humerales de los musculos coracobraquial y braquial, pudiendo en otras ocasiones originarse en la cara anterior de este ultimo musculo (Macalister, 1875).
Case 2 is a 54-year-old male patient with chondrosarcoma of the proximal humeral bone.
The tumor infiltrated skeletal muscle and humeral bone and was associated with bone lysis and reactive bone formation, hemorrhage, and necrosis.
Traditional internal fixation stabilisation methods for proximal humeral fractures include percutaneous K-wiring, screw fixation, tension band wiring and conventional plates and screws and intramedullary nailing.
This was a retrospective study of pediatric patients with a supracondylar humeral fracture who were seen at University Pediatric Hospital of Puerto Rico (HOPU, by its Spanish acronym) from January 2008 to January 2011 and treated either with closed reduction with percutaneous skeletal fixation or open reduction and internal fixation (ORIF).