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What position should pt be placed in to tx posterior fib head w/ ME PRONE + isometric resistance
Superior laryngeal n innervates what muscle cricothyroid
What is found in Guyon’s canal pisiform and hamate bones and the pisohamate ligament; passng through is ULNAR nerve
Ulnar entrapment causes what PE findings Atrophy HYPOthenar muscles; can’t ADDuct or Abduct 4th and 5th fingers
What is the difference b/t cubital tunnel and Guyon’s canal entrapment Both entrap the ulnar nerve but at different anatomical sites. Guyon @ wrist while cubital @ elbow
Cubital tunnel syndrome presents what PE finding Can’t FLEX DIP of 4th and 5th fingers (flexor digitorum profundus)
Carpal tunnel syndrome prevents opposition of what two digits Thumb and index finger
Shoulder dystocia, arm ADDucted, internal rotated is what type of palsy Erb duchenne
What nerve roots are responsible for finding in Erb Duchenne C5,6
Fall on outstretched hand causes what dysfunction to the radial head Posterior head dislocation
focal weakness on one side of the body following a seizure and typically resolves within 24 hours is called Todd’s paralysis
weakness of wrist and finger flexors causing “claw hand” is aka Klumpke’s palsy
what nerves roots are affected in Kumpke’s palsy Lower cervicals
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