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Rhomboid Trigger Point

Rhomboid Trigger Point

Rhomboid trigger point is a pain between shoulders and in joints of the scapula. It is connected with the poor chronic posture. Rhomboid muscle is any of a few muscles of the upper back that assistance moves the shoulder. Rhomboid muscles are two muscles, one is Rhomboid major and the other one is Rhomboid minor. Rhomboid major is a thin layered rather than the minor. Rhomboid minor is thicker one and is a skeletal small muscle that connects the shoulder blade and moves the scapula downward; in contrast, the Rhomboid major connects the scapula to the backbone of the upper …

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Type 2 Acromion

Type 2 Acromion

The acromion is a continuation of the scapular spine and type 2 acromion is the second type of acromion that has down sloping character. There are three types of the acromion and fourth is added, Basic, Meta, Meso and Pre acromion. Failure of ossification centers to fuse to the acromion process is called Os Acromiale. Failure exists between type II and type III commonly. But it occurs in less than 10 % of people.  The acromion of the scapula is a huge hard projection on the predominant end of the scapula. It is a chief milestone of the skeletal framework …

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Ventrogluteal Site

VENTROGLUTEAL SITE

Intramuscular injections are used to provide medication to muscles deeply. Ventrogluteal site is recommended instead of dorsogluteal site for intramuscular injections because it is free from major blood vessels and nerves and it has thin tissue over the injection site and provides the most consistent layer of adipose tissue and helps to drug the targeted muscles.     IM injection hits the side of the hip for ventrogluteal injection. Ventrogluteal is a site allowing medications to be absorbed more rapidly through muscle fibers because it has a rich blood supply. Mostly it is used for children and adults. If you …

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Pectoralis Major

PECTORALIS MAJOR

Pectoralis major is a fan-shaped thick layer situated in the chest area of the human body and composed of a sternal head and a clavicular head. It is located at the top of pectoralis minor that is known smaller muscle of the chest. Pec minor is called its little brother, so both are called pecs. The bulk of the chest is made up of pec major. It is apparent in males as they do some muscle work and invisible in the female. Pecs muscles connect the front walls of the chest to the upper arm and shoulders. The pectoral region …

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Ac Joint Pain

ac joint pain

Ac joint pain is an often injury among physically dynamic individuals. In this pain, the clavicle (neckline bone) isolates from the scapula (shoulder bone). It is ordinarily caused by a fall specifically on the “point” of the shoulder or an immediate blow got in a physical game. Football players and cyclists who fall over the handlebars are frequently subject to AC injuries. Ordinarily, joint inflammation is demonstrated by a progressive beginning of torment, delicacy and constrained scope of movement. Acromioclavicular joint pain comes in numerous structures, most normally osteoarthritis, trailed by types of fiery joint pain, for example, rheumatoid joint …

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Rhomboid Major

rhomboid major

Rhomboid major is available in the upper back area just underneath the neck and between the upper shoulders bones. The rhomboids are upper back muscles that associate between your spine and every one of your two shoulder bones. When they contract, they pull your shoulder bones together. The muscles filaments containing the rhomboids keep running on a diagonal. There are two types of rhomboid muscles, rhomboid major and minor. Former is thin and flat, in contrast, the rhomboid minor is thicker. Rhomboid muscle is responsible for monitoring the arms and shoulders. The rhomboid muscle is formed like a triangle and …

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Pectoralis Minor

pectoralis minor

Pectoralis Minor is a muscle beneath the pectoralis major and known as a little brother of pec major. It lies in the chest deeply and isn’t visible, in contrast, pectoralis major is visible in men.  Hence, these two are called pecs.  Here’s a common misconception that pec minor is located in the upper chest but it is in actual located in the upper fibers of the serratus of anterior. It’s a thin layered but a powerful muscle because there are also some other muscles located with it,  including the pec major, biceps, deltoids, coracobrachialis, subscapularis, serratus anterior, and the latissimus …

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Bankart Lesion

bankart lesion

Bankart Lesion is wounded particularly at the anteroinferior part of the glenoid labral complex and speak to a typical difficulty of front shoulder disengagement. They are often found in a relationship with a Hill-Sachs injury.   The terminology of Bankart lesion Entirely, a “Bankart sore” alludes to damage of the labrum and related glenohumeral container/tendons (see History and historical underpinnings underneath). Damage to these strengthening delicate tissue structures is thought to incline to intermittent separation 7. The expression “hard Bankart” (appeared differently in relation to “stringy Bankart”) is regularly used to allude to crack of the neighboring anteroinferior glenoid, damage …

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Spine Of Sphenoid

spine of sphenoid

The sphenoid bone is an unpaired pneumatic unpredictable bone, arranged at the base of the skull, and wedged between the frontal and ethmoid bones in front, basi-occiput and petrous piece of transient bones behind, and squamous part of the worldly bone on each side.     Human Skull The sphenoid comprises of a focal body and combines of more prominent and lesser wings and pterygoid forms. It takes after a bat with wings out­stretched and remains on pterygoid forms which speak to its legs.   Body: It is cuboidal fit as a fiddle and contains a couple of sphenoidal air …

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Kidney Pain VS Back Pain

kidney pain vs back pain

Do you want to know that what is the difference between kidney pain vs back pain? Since your kidneys are situated toward your back and underneath your ribcage, it might be difficult to discern whether the pain you’re encountering around there is returning from your or your kidney. The side effects you’re having can enable you to make sense of which is the wellspring of the pain. The area, type, and seriousness of the agony are a portion of the things that will be diversely relying upon whether the pain is from an issue in your kidneys or your back.   …

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