February 19, 2014
Thoracic outlet syndrome
Encountered this today!!

Thoracic outlet syndrome

Encountered this today!!

(Source: fuckyeahphysiotherapy)

February 19, 2014
Cerebral palsy

Cerebral palsy

December 30, 2013
Marfan syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects the body’s connective tissue.Marfan syndrome most often affects the connective tissue of the heart and blood vessels, eyes, bones, lungs, and covering of the spinal cord. Because the condition affects many parts of the body, it can cause many complications. Sometimes the complications are life threatening.
Marfan syndrome often affects the long bones of the body. This can lead to signs, or traits, such as:
A tall, thin build.
Long arms, legs, fingers, and toes and flexible joints.
A spine that curves to one side. This condition is called scoliosis (sko-le-O-sis).
A chest that sinks in or sticks out. These conditions are called pectus excavatum (eks-ka-VA-tum) and pectus carinatum (ka-ri-NA-tum), respectively.
Teeth that are too crowded.
Flat feet.
Marfan syndrome traits vary from person to person, even in the same family. Some people who have the condition have many traits, while others have few.

Marfan syndrome is a genetic disorder that affects the body’s connective tissue.Marfan syndrome most often affects the connective tissue of the heart and blood vessels, eyes, bones, lungs, and covering of the spinal cord. Because the condition affects many parts of the body, it can cause many complications. Sometimes the complications are life threatening.

Marfan syndrome often affects the long bones of the body. This can lead to signs, or traits, such as:

  • A tall, thin build.
  • Long arms, legs, fingers, and toes and flexible joints.
  • A spine that curves to one side. This condition is called scoliosis (sko-le-O-sis).
  • A chest that sinks in or sticks out. These conditions are called pectus excavatum (eks-ka-VA-tum) and pectus carinatum (ka-ri-NA-tum), respectively.
  • Teeth that are too crowded.
  • Flat feet.

Marfan syndrome traits vary from person to person, even in the same family. Some people who have the condition have many traits, while others have few.

December 24, 2013
Lung cross section

Lung cross section

December 20, 2013
Atrial Fibrillation

Atrial Fibrillation

December 20, 2013
ECG

ECG

December 20, 2013

December 20, 2013
yusriarif:

Infographic: Rheumatoid arthritis

yusriarif:

Infographic: Rheumatoid arthritis

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December 13, 2013
fuckyeahphysiotherapy:

muscles of the back

fuckyeahphysiotherapy:

muscles of the back

December 7, 2013
thoracic outlet syndrome

thoracic outlet syndrome

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