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K Quiz 2


a movement called circumduction is possible in joints that have: only jts w/ 3 degrees of freedom
what is the scapular movement that occurs when a person performs the up portion of a push up? protraction
functions of the skeletal system gives support & shape to body, protects vital organs, assists in movement by providing a rigid structure for mm attachment & leverage, manufactures blood cells in various locations, calcium & other mineral salts stored in all osseous tissue.
which bones make up axial skeleton? skull, sternum, sacrum, ribs, spine
the carpal metacarpal jt of the thumb is an example of a ____ jt saddle
cartilaginous jts are found in what part of the body? the spine
sagittal axis is _____plane side to side
frontal axis is _____plane front to back
transverse axis is _____plane up & down
end feel is: what the 1st person feels when they are moving a 2nd person's body part thru the end of a range of motion
rolling, spinning & gliding are types of ____ motion arthrokinematic
which position provides max congruency? close-pack or loose-pack? closed-pack position
if one wanted to max jt movement you would include... a loose-packed position, a traction force, an open chain activity
T or F Bending forces cause traction forces on both sides of the bent tissue false
T or F Traction & compression forces do not occur in the same direction as shearing forces true
name all the movements that can take place around the front to back (sagittal) axis ABD/ADD, radial/ulnar deviation, eversion/inversion
name all the movements that can take place around the side to side (frontal) axis flex/ext
name all the movements that can take place around the up & down (vertical) axis IR/ER, supination/pronation, right rotation/left rotation, horizontal ABD/horizontal ADD
Created by: jessigirrl4



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