Answer the following questions:
1. Identify at least five organ systems in this region of the arm that the surgeon would have marked for reattachment. 2. List the names of the specific structures that had to be reattached. Cardiovascular, Muscular, Skeletal, Nervous, and Integumentary 3. What organ system was most likely not reattached? Explain. Nervous system, it will never be the same again.
4. Why was a clean bite so important? The muscle tissue is not torn to pieces. 5. Why was the bone shortened? They had to add a plate so it had to be trimmed down for the pieces 6. Identify the movements associated with the arm, forearm, wrist, and fingers. Rotation, flexing, extension, hyperextension, proation, and supination. 7. Explain how the movements of the reattached arm might be altered after the reattachment. The nervous system can be reattached but it will not be able to work the same again so his movement will be thrown off. 8. Define collateral circulation and identify the regions of collateral circulation that would be found in the upper extremity. Small arteries that open to connect larger arteries to other parts of the same artery. 1. Subuvian 2.axillery 3. Brachial 9. Identify the specific vessels that provide the collateral circulation to the elbow. Brachial, radial and ulnar 10. Identify specific types of activities that might cause Jim problems after recovery. Typing, playing basketball, baseball, golf, texting, etc. 11. Why would full use of his arm be unlikely? The nervous system is extremely damaged, so it cannot be put back into full use. This means his brain cannot communicate to send signals to make his arm and hand move correctly like it used to. 12. Assume the role of the surgeons as they explain the procedure to Jim’s parents. Write a one- to two-paragraph explanation about the surgery, paying particular attention to what you would say about regaining use of his arm, forearm, and hand. To the parents of little Jim: I am very...
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