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1. A 68-year-old woman comes to you complaining of pain and restricted ROM in the right shoulder. She tells you that 3 months earlier she slipped on a rug on a tile floor and landed on her elbow. Both her elbow and shoulder hurt at that time. Describe your assessment plan for this patient (olecranon bursitis versus adhesive capsulitis).

2. Parents bring their 5-year-old son in to see you. They state that he was running around the recreation room chasing a friend when he tripped over a stool and landed on his shoulder. He refuses to move his arm and is crying, because the accident occurred only 2 hours earlier. Describe your assessment plan for this patient (clavicular fracture versus humeral epiphyseal injury).

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