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Renal System O1

Introduction to Osteopathy in the Cranial Field

The man, the myth, the legend of all things cranial WG Sutherland aka the most interesting man in the world.
What struck DubGee's fancy about a skull leading him to believe dat shit could move The bevels of the suture tables changed within the same bone
5 components of primary respiratory mechanism theory 1) Motility of the brain and spinal cord 2)Fluctuation of the CSF 3)Mobility of the intracranial and intraspinal membranes 4)Mobility of cranial bones 5)Involuntary mobility of the sacrum between the ilium
Cranial motion is described relative to the motion of the Sphenobasilar synchondrosis aka little baby hinge on the bottom of your head
Normal rate of CRI 10-14 cycles/minute
Amplitude is graded on what scale 0-5 with 4-5 being normal
Indications to use some heady treatments Headache, Sinus congestion, Cranial nerve entrapments, TMJ, Cervicla pain, mood disorders, Otitis media, tinnitus, vertigo, Colic, terticollis, feeding disorders, plagioencephaly
Contraindications Intracranial bleed, subdural or epidural hematomas, skull or facial fractures, infection, caution with seizure disorders, CNS system malignancies
Bregma At the coronal and sagittal suture junction
Asterion The son of Tectamus son of Dorus called by the Greeks "king" of Crete. Was the consort of Europa and stepfather of her sons by Zeus,who had to assume the form of the Cretan bull of the sun to accomplish his role <<<<HEADY
No but really, locate Asterion Parietal, occipital and temporal bone meeting point (lambdoidal, parieto-mastoid and occipito-mastoid suture junction)
Pterion Parietal, temporal, sphenoid, and frontal bone meeting point
Asterion is also called the Mercedes sign because it looks like the mercedes symbol (not in lecture, but pretty chill)
4 tenets of osteopathic principals 1)The body is a unit 2)Structure and function are interrelated 3)The body has the inherent capacity to heal itself 4) Rational osteopathic care is based on the above principals
Dura mater is composed of how many layers Two- outer (lines cranial cavity) and inner (covers brain and spinal cord and makes falx cerebri, tentorium cerebelli and intradural venous sinuses)
The inner dural layer has a strong attachment at the Foramen magnum
Created by: mcasto