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haneysports med c 11

haney anatomy c 11

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Whats the difference between a first degree sprain and a second degree sprain? First degree:one or more supporting ligaments and surrounding tissues are stretched. Second degree: portion of one or more ligaments is torn.
What is the most common shoulder sprain. Acromioclavicular Sprain. (AC)
Fractures to what bones happen because of a direct blow or indirect trauma? Clavicle, Humerus, Scapula, and Sternum.
What are the three non-movable joints in the shoulder girdle? Acromioclavicular (AC), Sternoclavicular (SC), and Coracoclavicular (CC).
Whats the name of the long one of the upper arm? The Humerus.
The skeletal articulation is structurally weak, but mobile. The humerus and scapula.
What joint is similar to the hip joint? Glenohumeral (GH)
What bone "floats" on the back of the rib cage? The scapula.
The rotator cuff muscle group is commonly referred to as ________. SITS. (Supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis)
What are the fluid-filled sacs that cushion over a prominent bone? Bursae.
What are the common causes for shoulder muscle strains? Lack of strength, repetitive overuse, improper technique, and inadequate warm-up.
_______ and _______ of the shoulder are commonly bruised in sports. Muscles and bones.
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