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Chapter 1

Orthopedica Physical Assessment David J. Magee

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Nerve Pain sharp,bright, burning pain
Bone Pain deep,boring, localized
Vascular Pain diffuse,aching,poorly localized
Muscle Pain dull,aching,hard to localize
Myotome group of muscles supplied by a single nerve root
Nerve root portion of a nerve that connects to the spinal cord
Number of nerve roots 31
Somatic portion of nerve root supplies? muscle,skin,joint
What do the Visceral part of nerve roots supply? blood vessels,ligaments,intervertibral discs
Peripheral Nerves multi. nerve roots combine to form
Nerve root lesion does what to a muscle? incomplete paralysis of the muscle
Peripheral nerve root lesion does what to a muscle complete paralysis of the muscle
Sclerotome area of bone supplied by a nerve root
Dermatome area of skin supplied by a nerve root
3 Normal capsular end feels bone to bone,soft tissue approximation,tissue stretch
ex.of bone to bone capsular end feel elbow extension
ex.of soft tissue approx. capsular end feel knee flexion
ex. of tissue stretch cap. end feel External rotation of the shld.
5 Abnormal Capsular end feels muscle spasm,capsular, bone to bone,empty,springy block
What is a capsular pattern a pattern of movement limitation with passive movement
isometric movements strong,static,voluntary muscle contraction
loose packed position position of a joint where the jt. is under the least stress
contractile tissue muscles,tendons, their attachments
inert tissues noncontractile
5 abnormal capsular patterns muscle spasm, capsular (dec. ROM from normal), bone to bone (dec. ROM from normal),empty,springy block
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