Elbow Joint Subscribe
Date: 26. November 2016
In this video lecture educator describes Wrist Joint in detail. Initially the educator gave the introduction of elbow joint by its definition and diagram. There are >span >which are explained in detail by educator. Articular surfaces of the bone are covered with the hyaline cartilage. Then the educator explaines the Capsular Attachment of Elbow Joint that how the fibrous membrane of the joint capsule overlies the synovial membrane, and encloses the joint and It is attached On the Humerus, On the ulna, and On the radius.
In The Synovial Membrane the educator explaines what it originates and Special features of Synovial membrane lining. Then with the detailed diagram educator explaines the Functions of Fat Pads Overlying Fossae, Sacciform Recess, Ligaments, and the Shapes, Anterior bond, Posterior bond and Transverse bond of The Ulnar Collateral Ligament. Blood Supply of the Elbow joint is Through an anastomotic network of vessels derived from collateral and recurrent branches of the brachial, profunda brachial, radial and ulnar arteries. Flexion and Extension are the Movements of the Elbow joint which are explained by the educator in detail. Elbow joint has 4 relations that are Anteriorly, Posteriorly, Medially, and Laterally.
Elbow joint is a very stable joint because of its reinforcing ligaments. In the last section of the lecture the educator explaines the Injuries of the Elbow Joint that are Dislocation of elbow joint, Pulled elbow, Tennis and Golfers Elbow (Epicondylitis), and Ulnar Nerve Injury at the Elbow. Ulnar nerve injuries are very common near elbow joint.