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Lecture Missed Questions

what muscles contribute to Scapulothoracic elevation?
what nerve innervates the wrist extensors? radial
A lever system with good leverage?
weakness of rhomboid muscles (trauma nerves) dorsal scapular nerve
power grip relies on flexor digitorum superficialis and flexor digitorum profundus to for engagement for long periods of time. what grip is this? hook grip
Scapulothoracic joint allows clavicular motion in how many ways? 3
what muscles create a force couple to generate upward rotation of the scapula? serratus anterior , upper and lower trapezius
shoulder pain and severe loss of motion due to inflammation and fibrosis of GHJ is ? adhesive capsulitis
a closed pack position of GHJ is? maximum abduction and external rotation
a plane of motion and axis occurring at the knee joint when bending down to lift a box off the floor is? saggital plane with a medial to lateral (frontal axis)
what is the most lateral carpal bone ? trapezium
the distal __________ arch passes through the MCP joints? transverse
Name a concentric contraction? triceps
name a isometric strengthing of wrist extensors in a shorten position ? place wrist in extention
IP joint are ______ joints with 1 degree of freedom? hinge
trapezius performs what actions? scapular retraction, upward rotation, depression, elevation
what nerve would be damaged or weakened in the deltoid muscle? axillary
power grip relies on increased activity of interossei muscles. what grip is this? spherical grip
the center of mass is located anterior S2 with a slight individual variation. (T/F) true
pad to the side is an example of precision handling .(T/F) true
palmaris longus does wrist __________ flexion
flexor digitorum superficialis does_________ flexion PIP
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