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chp 17 peds

musculoskeletal disorders

QuestionAnswer
conversion of the cartilaginous fetal skeleton into bone ossification
at birth infants have all of this muscle tissue
vascularized covering of the bone periosteum
location of the long bone growth epiphyseal plates
damage to this can cause disturbed bone growth epiphyseal plate
foot has been twisted inward/outward or toes higher/lower than the heel clubfoot
a type of casting for clubfoot that reguires new casting weekly ponseti method
the head of the femur is partly or completely displaced from a shallow hip socket developmental dysplasia of the hip
2 factors for DDH hereditary and environmental
pelvic drops on the side of the affected hip joint when standing on one leg trendelen burg gait
when you can feel or hear the femoral head slip into the acetabulum under pressure ortolani sign
a group of nonprogressive disorders that affect the motor centers of the brain causing problems with movement and coordination cerebral palsy
jerky movements during voluntary motions, legs cross and the toes point inward spastic CP/ SCISSORING
uncontrolled,slow,writhng movements that increase with emotional stress and disappear during sleep athwtoid/dyskinetic CP
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