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Ortho Quiz 1

QuestionAnswer
Hawkins Test For Shoulder impingement
Lift off test For Subscap lesions or tears
Tendon involved in impingement biceps tendon
motions limited initially in Bankart/SLAP lesion repair External rotation and ABD
Static structures articular surface, glenoid labrum, glenohumeral ligaments, negative pressure/vacuum effect
dynamic structures rotator cuff, proximal biceps tendon
winging of scapula caused by weak serratus anterior
Appropriate movement one day after rotator cuff repair PROM
Elbow flexion FROM 30
Elbow extension FROM 130
Elbow Sup FROM 50
Elbow Pron. FROM 50
Functional range of motion ROM necessary to complete necessary tasks
Normal range of motion average ROM of a healthy joint
Flexes elbow with forearm in neutral Brachialis
Nerve that crosses elbow under medial epicondyle Ulnar nerve
Muscle involved in lateral epicondylosis ECRB
Fx associated with distal triceps rupture olecranon fx
Most stable fx. Can do AROM 1 wk after repair radial head fx
Rupture resulting in Tommy John surgery MCL
most common carpal bone dx scaphoid fx
normal volar angulation of distal radius 11
TFCC may not be repaired if in central portion due to lack of blood flow resulting in slow to no healing
Ruptured tendon resulting in loss of forearm supination distal biceps tendon
percent of force transmitted across radial side of wrist 80%
Finkelsteins used to test for DeQuervains
Watsons used to test for scaphoid lunate ligament injury
DeQuervain's effects which dorsal compartment 1st
fx of humerus associated with radial nerve complications humeral shaft
Created by: tkeesling09
 

 



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