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Q-angle, Adduction Abduction

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A lager _______is thought to contribute to excessive amounts of knee valgus (lateral angulation or abduction of the tibia with respect to the femur) QANGLE
The Q angle is formed by two lines: one line goes from the ASIS and the other line goes from the tibial tubercle. Both lines go to the center of the ______. PATELLA
A Q angle greater than ______ degrees is more prevalent in women than men. TWENTY
Greater hip width to femoral length ratio and a larger Q angle are thought to contribute to excessive knee ____. VALGUS
In children an increased q angle is associated with ______ _____. GENUVALGUM
Abduction stress test is also known as ______ ______ test. VALGUS
In which knee test does the increase of pain above, below or at joint line indicate evidence of MCL injury? ABDUCTIONSTRESS
In the Abduction stress test the patient’s knee is flexes _____ degrees (a position of lesser stability). THIRTY
A positive abduction stress test is due to MCL injury which would occur due to traumatic _____ stress to the knee (which produces tensile load to the fibers of MCL VALGUS
The abduction test is more positive in ____ (males or females). FEMALES
In the abduction stress test the doctor grasps the patients _______ and applies lateral to medial stress. ANKLE
In the _________ stress test the doctor grasps the patients ankle and applies medial to lateral (varus) stress. ADDUCTION
A positive Adduction stress test indicates pain pain at the ________ collateral ligament LATERAL
How many Grades of medial collateral ligaments are there? FOUR
What Grade is of medial collateral ligament classification during the abduction test when the joint opening with gross ligament instability is 10-15 mm? THREE
During the adduction stress test slight flextion of knee puts stress on ____. COLLATERALS
During the adduction stress test full ___________ is most stable position of knee with tibia externally rotated and collaterals tought) EXTENSION
What position is the patient in during the abduction and adduction stress test? SUPINE
Is the doctor on the patient’s ipsilateral or contralateral side when performing the abduction stress test? IPSILATERAL
During the abduction test the doctor (with the caudal hand) grips the patient’s ankle, while her/his cephalad hand is placed on the lateral aspect of the patient’s _____. KNEE
During the adduction test the doctor (with the caudal hand) grips the patient’s ankle, while her/his cephalad hand is placed on the ______ aspect of the patient’s knee. MEDIAL
The adduction stress test is also known as the _____ stress test VARUS
The abduction stress test assesses for MCL and the adduction stress test assesses for ____. LCL
The mechanism of injury to the LCL is usually a ______ force on a flexed knee. VARUS
What are the two most commonly used to aid in the diagnosis of a torn meniscus are the Mcmurray test and the _____ test. APLEY
Created by: barjeta