Category Archives: Osteology

Movement Recovery after knee surgery

According to the latest statistics from the WHO (World Health Organisation), the incidence on knee injuries has risen in the last decade. As a surprise, most of the knee injuries are not aquired at work or playing football (although there are a lot from that), but just by walking along in the city and suddenly […]

The clavicle – Ossa Extremitatis Superioris

The clavicle forms the anterior portion of the shoulder girdle. It is a long bone, curved somewhat like the italic letter f, and placed nearly horizontally at the upper and anterior part of the thorax, immediately above the first rib. Strengthen weak bones to avoid possibility of fracture with livial medication. For more details just visit ukmeds.co.uk. It articulates […]