Chapter 16: The Upper Extremities

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Chapter 16: The Upper Extremities
Table 16-1: Conversion of Impairment of the Digits to Impairment of the Hand
Table 16-2:Conversion of Impairments of the Hand to Impairment of the Upper Extremity
Table 16-3: Conversion of Impairment of the Upper Extremity to the Impairment of the Whole Person
Table 16-4: Impairment Estimates for Upper Limb Amputation at Various Levels
Table 16-5: Sensory Quality Impairment Classification
Table 16-6: Digit Impairment for Transverse and Longitudinal Sensory Losses in Thumb and Little Finger Based on the Percentage of Digit Length Involved
Table 16-7: Digit Impairment for Transverse and Longitudinal Sensory Losses in Index, Middle, and Ring Fingers Based on Percentage of Digit Length Involved
Table 16-8a: Thumb Impairment Values Due to Lack of Radial Abduction and to Ankylosis
Table 16-8b: Thumb Impairment Values Due to Lack of Abduction and to Ankylosis
Table 16-9: Thumb Impairments Due to Lack of Opposition and Ankylosis
Table 16-10: Determining Impairment of the Upper Extremity Due to Motor and Loss-of-Power Deficits Resulting From Peripheral Nerve Disorders
Table 16-11: Determining Impairment of the Upper Extremity Due to Motor and Loss-of-Power Deficits Resulting From Peripheral Nerve Disorders Based on Individual Muscle Rating
Table 16-12a: Origins and Functions of the Peripheral Nerves of the Upper Extremity Emanating From the Brachial Plexus
Table 16-12b: Origins and Functions of the Peripheral Nerves of the Upper Extremity Emanating From the Brachial Plexus
Table 16-13: Maximum Upper Extremity Impairment Due to Unilateral Sensory or Motor Deficits of Individual Spinal Nerves or to Combined 100% Deficits
Table 16-14: Maximum Upper Extremity Impairments Due to Unilateral Sensory or Motor Deficits of Brachial Plexus or to Combined 100% Deficits
Table 16-15: Maximum Upper Extremity Impairment Due to Unilateral Sensory or Motor Deficits or Combined 100% Deficits of the Major Peripheral Nerves
Table 16-16: Objective Diagnostic Criteria for CRPS (RSD and causalgia
Table 16-17: Impairment of the Upper Extremity Due to Peripheral Vascular Disease
Table 16-18: Maximum Impairment Values for the Digits, Hand, Wrist, Elbow, and Shoulder Due to Specific Joints or Units
Table 16-19: Joint Impairment From Synovial Hypertrophy
Table 16-20: Digit Impairment Due to Active Ulnar or Radial Deviation
Table 16-21: Digit Impairment from Rotational Deformity
Table 16-22: Joint Impairment from Persistent Subluxation or Dislocation
Table 16-23: Joint Impairment Due to Excessive Passive Mediolateral Instability
Table 16-24: Wrist and Elbow Joint Impairment From Excessive Active Mediolateral Deviation
Table 16-25: Upper Extremity Impairment Due to Carpal Instability Patterns
Table 16-26: Upper Extremity Impairment Due to Symptomatic Shoulder Instability Patterns
Table 16-27: Impairment of the Upper Extremity After Arthroplasty of Specific Bones or Joints
Table 16-28: Digit Impairment Due to Intrinsic Tightness
Table 16-29: Digit Impairment Due to Constrictive Tenosynovitis
Table 16-30: Digit Impairment Due to Extensor Tendon Subluxation Over the MP Joint
Table 16-31: Average Strength of Unsupported Grip by Occupation in 100 Subjects
Table 16-32: Average Strength of Grip by Age in 100 Subjects
Table 16-33: Average Strength of Unsupported Grip by Occupation in 100 Subjects
Table 16-34: Upper Extremity Joint Impairment Due to Loss or Grip or Pinch Strength
Table 16-35: Impairment of the Upper Extremity Due to Strength Deficit From Musculoskeletal Disorders Based on Manual Muscle Testing of Individual Units of Motion of the Shoulder and Elbow
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