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What's the percentage of the gait cycle is spent in the stance phase? 60%
A self-limiting condition that results from repetitive traction on the tibial tuberosity apophysis. Symptoms include point tenderness over the patella tendon at the insertion on the tibial tubercle, antalgic gait, and pain. Resolves with maturity
Characterized by degeneration of the femoral head due to a disturbance in the blood supply (i.e., avascular necrosis). This type of structural condition does not resolve with skeletal maturity. Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
is characterized by the patient completing range of motion against gravity with minimal-moderate resistance. Fair +
is characterized by the patient completing range of motion against gravity without manual resistance. Fair
is characterized by the patient being unable to complete the full available range of motion against gravity, however, can complete more than half of the range. Fair -
is characterized by the patient completing range of motion with gravity-eliminated. Poor
Normal wrist ulnar deviation 0-30 degrees
Devices that provide visual or other feedback while the patient performs sustained maximal inspirations. Indications include chest wall pain, loss of mobility, weak insp. mm, prevent or treat atelectasis Incentive spirometers
Used for mucus clearance Flutter Valve
Dislocation of GH joint or repetivie subluxation may lead to fx of the anteroinferior aspect of the glenoid rim Bankart lesion
GH joint dislocation or repetitive subluxation, may lead to bone defect on posterolateral aspect of humeral head. (impression fx) Hill-Sachs lesion
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