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pauls quiz #2

traumatology

QuestionAnswer
Straight leg raiser Posterior thigh pain indicates sciatica
Braggard's test Posterior thigh pain indicates sciatica (lower leg a little after SLR)
Femoral stretch pain on front of thigh indicates L#-L4 disc problem(flew knee back while prone)
Yeoman's test pelvic pain indicates sacroiliac sprain(prone, flex heel back to buttock and lift thigh off the table)
Pelvic rock test Sacroiliac pain indicates a lesion on the sacroiliac joint.(press on the hip while patient lies on her side.)
Foraminal compression test pain radiating to arms indicates nerve root compresion(press on patient's head)
Cervical distraction If pain is relieved indicates nerve root compression.(pull up on patient's head)
Shoulder depressor Pain indicates nerve root compression(press on shoulder while forcing patient's head into a lateral stretch)
Codman's (Drop Arm) Test Sudden arm drop indicates rotator cuff tear
Dawbarn's test Decrease in pain indicates Subacromial bursitis(Press on acromial process while abducting arm past 90 degrees.)
Yergason's sign pain in bicipital groove indicates Biceps tendonitis(flex elbow 90 degrees and have patient supinate under resistance.)
Cozen's test pain in lateral epicondyle indicates tennis elbow(make a fist, extend the wrist.)
Mill's test pain in lateral epicondyle indicates tennis elbow(have patient supinate forearm under resistance.
Golfer's elbow pain in medial epicondyle indicates medial epicondylitis(have patient extend elbow under resistance.)
Laguerre's test pain in hip indicates hip joint pathology
Trendelenburg test PSis on side of flexed hip fails to rise indicatesweak glutius medius muscle or hip joint pathology
Medial collateral Ligament test gapping indicates torn medial ligament in knee
Lateral collateral Ligament test gapping indicates torn lateral ligament in knee
Drawer's sign gapping indicates torn cruciate ligament in knee
Drawer sign (NO "S") gapping indicates talofibular ligament tear
Homan's sign deep pain in the calf indicates thronbophebitis(Dorsiflex patient's foot and squeeze the calf
Meridians with more qi and less blood Taiyin(LU/SP), Shaoyin(HT/KD, Shaoyang(GB/SJ)
Meridians with more blood and less qi Taiyang(BL/SI), Jueyin(LR/PC)
Meridians with more qi and blood Yangming(ST/LI)
Blood deficiency pain address LR, Ba Zhen Tang, eat food
Dampness pain Drain it, strengthen SP, Yi Yi Ren Tang for Damp BI
External Wind pain Bladder foot points, Upper back BL points, Gui Zhi Tang
Jing wells activate channel, clear heat, consciousness
Ying Springs clear heat, heat Bi
Shu Stream heavy damp pain, zang organs,
Jing-River tendon and joint pain, paralysis/spasm
He Sea Bi syndrome, paralysis/spasm, Fu organs, counterflow Qi, Skin disorders
Xi Cleft Where Qi and Blood accumulate
Back Shu/Front Mu where Yuan Qi is accessible
HTJJ Can affect viscera, muscle, nervous system pain. Follows dermatomes.
Influential point of Zang LR 13
Influential point of Fu CV 12
Influential point of Qi CV17
Influential point of Blood BL17
Influential point of Sinews GB34
Influential point of Marrow GB 39
Influential point of Bones BL 11
Influential point of Vessels LU9
TMM protocol Needle Jing well, NEedle gathering point, surround the dragon/pain
What do 8 Extras do? resevoirs of energy, absorb pathogenic factors, treat chronic, deep seated, constitutional problems
Du sea of yang, spine, KD Yang, marrow, brain
Ren sea of yin, influences Yin channels
Chong sea of blood, sea of 12 meridians, supplies Qi and Blood to zang-fu and meridians, nourishes everything, Connects SP,HT and KD
Dai connects/regulates upper and lower, yin and yang
Yangqiao Accelerates Yang into movement. Treats eyes, brain, dorsal musculature
Yinqiao Accelerates Yin into movement.BAlances lower extremities. influences pelvis, eyes, brain.
Yinwei connects/maintains Yin channels and organsesp re:chest, flanks,abdomen. Combine with Yangwei to affect spirit/shen.
Yangwei connects all yang channels and unites them with the Du. keeps muscles and sinews strong to support the bod.
meridian order Cutaneous, Minute, TMM, Luo, Primary, Divergent, Extras, Zang -Fu. CMT's Love Purple Dotted Elephant Zoos!
Group Luo connecting points P5, SJ8, SP6, GB39
Group Luo connectingpoints are used for.. ?
Group Luo connecting points - Arm Yin PC5
Group Luo connecting points - Arm Yang SJ8
Group Luo connecting points - Leg Yin SP6
Group Luo connecting points - Leg Yang GB39
How can Luo be used? Luo channel prevents further movement of pathogenic factors thereby preventing Bi syndrome. Host and Guest protocol.
Created by: rmr