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performing the general screen in the cervical spine you must go in what direction to assess the lower cervical spine post to ant.....super to infer
the spine of scapula is across from the----vertebrae t3
when inspecting the lumbosacral spine look for moles, scars,tattos
which is the correct Houston listing for a posterior right mammilary with a loss of left rotation rr
which radiographic line is used to determine spondylolisthesis geroge's line or ulmannn ***
the APLP radiograph shows -----------malpositions lateral flexion
wotf would result in more anterior weight bearing of the patient decrease in the sacral base angle (nutated or increase) *****
when delivering a manipulative thrust you do not want to take the join past-----or you may cuase trauma anatomical limit
looking at the posture of a patient from the posterior the dr draws a line through EOP,vertebral prominens, and S2 tubercle
the thoracic curve is present at birth true
geroge's line is used to determine retrolisthesis
wotf is true statement about a fixed ilium the PSIS moves posterior,inferior,medial
x-ray analysis is very reliable and valid to determine subluxation false
when assesing for a loss of left lateral flexion of L3. you place your contact on the ---side of the spinous process and lateral flex the patient to the ----- left,left
wotf describes a malposition with a mammilary process posterior on the left and x ray revealing a closed wedge on the right lr,rlf
when locating the tp of T7 palpate 2I2
measuring lumbur rotation requires that you draw lines from the spinous process to the tp body junction
for the purpose of measuring spondylolthesis, meyeding's divides the sacrum into ----equal parts 4
when marking radiographs, the larger measurment indicates posterior rotation except at C1
under grice and cassidy movement class, abberant lumbar lateral felxion with abberant rotation is cassifid as type 4
when examining the lumbosacral spine the dr should start with inspection
the normal lumbar curve is 35-45 deg
under grice cassidy, normal lumbar rotation with abberat lateral flex is type 3
the A in parts stands for asymmetry
boney tenderness or osseous pain upon palpation is a reliable indicator for subluxation true
wotf is a true reflexion of NORMAL couled motion in the lubar spine rr/llf
the right mamillary of L2 palpates post and there is a lossof LLF. what is the listing RR,RLF
the lumbur curve is determied from a line drawn across the top of l1 and the bottom of l5
this vertebrae is located by palpating the large spinous just inferior to the EOP c2
the right PSIS palates anterior,superior,lateral. motion reveals loss of posterior,inferior,medial movment.what is the listing extension of ilium
when performing lumbar spine range of motion, which movement would give general information regarding coupled motion lateral flex
when assesing the patient you find the right PSIS palpates posterior compared to left. what else would lead you to suspect the right ilium may be in a flexed malposition short right leg
in the grice cassidy, lumber right rotation with left lateral flexion is type 1
the normal l5-s1 disc angle measures 10-15 deg ********
this structure is located by palpating the iliac crests in a male l4
ext of the ilium caused the PSIS to move a,s,l
use the letter to place aspect of joint range of motion in the order in which they are evaluated when performing motion assessment-----a.end feel b. joint play c.active ROM d.passive ROM bcda
what is the anticipated amont of flexion when assessing the lumbopelvic spine 90 deg
what is the name given motion of sacrum about coronal axis,in which the sacral base moves posterior and superior, and the tip of the coccyx moves anterior and inferior counter-nutation
normal measurment of the sacral base angle are 41 +- 7
how do you check for a loss of left rota at l2 CONTACT right mammilary and rotate the patient to the left
the S1 segment is typically level with post iliac spine false
during locomotion,the sacral base on the side of flexed.flexing ilium moves anterior,inferior
the PARTS has been proven valid for detecting subluxation true or false ******
the line is used to determine flexion.ext of the pelvis meaasurment from the top of ilium to bottom of ishial tuber
when assesing rot of the ilium in spinography,what struct is used to determine rot of ilium psis
under grice casidy, left rot with left lat flex type 2
the lumbur spine has the greatest motion flex/ext
****** indicates that you should confirm the answer
Created by: rbevanda