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Sports Med - foot

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What is an Anterior Drawer test? A test that checks your ATF and to make sure you don't have a lateral ankle sprain.
What is the Talar tilt test? It tests the ATF, CF, and PTF.
What is the Kleigers test? An external rotation test that tests the deltoid.
What is a Squeeze test? Test that locates injury on the ankle/leg.
What is a Thompson test? A test in which the achilles tendon is checked.
What is the heel bone called? calcaneus
What is the long, thin and lateral bone of the lower leg? fibula
What are the five long, cylindrical bones in the foot? metatarsals
What is the shin bone called? tibia
What are the three types of toe bones? Proximal, distal, and medial phalanges.
How many tarsus bones are there in the foot? Seven
What is a symptom/symptom of a grade 1 ankle sprain? Mild pain, disability, point tenderness, or ligament without laxity.
What is a symptom/sign of a grade 2 ankle sprain? Partial tearing, pop or snap on lateral ankle, moderate to severe pain, tenderness, swelling, or disability.
What is a symptom/sign of a grade 3 ankle sprain? Severe pain followed by numbness, non weight bearing, swelling, or discoloration.
Which ankle sprain (grade 1, 2, or 3) is uncommon in sports and extremely disabling? Grade 3
What is the most common type of ankle sprain? ( grade 1, 2, or 3) Grade 1
Which ankle sprain is caused by major force on the ankle in a inversion position? (grade 1, 2, or 3) Grade 2
Created by: sportsmed