Injury Nomenclature

January 2003
Orthopedic & Athletic Injury Evaluation Handbook (2003);2003, p12
Book Chapter
Chapter 2 of the book "Orthopedic & Athletic Injury Evaluation Handbook" is presented. It offers information on the injury evaluation process, which include the detemination of the history of the injury, inspection, palpation, and determination of the range of motion. It highlights the evaluative findings of several types of athletics injuries, such as muscle strains, tendinitis, myositis ossificans, bursitis, and ligament sprains.


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