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anterior apprehension test

pt lying supine
arm abducted with elbow bent at 90 degrees
examiner rotates elbow externally

2

sulcus sign test

pull on pt's arm
if large distance btwn humeral head and acromion, is positive test result

3

if ruptured the Achille's tendon, what would you see?

limping pretty badly
woulnd't be able to walk well

4

piriformis syndrome

sciatic nerve is compressed by piriformis

5

symptoms of stress fracture

gradual pain that is exacerbated w/ weight bearing activity but better with rest

6

plantar fasciitis

don't really see in young

7

sever's condition

relative wekaness of growth plate compared to tendon strength

inflam of heel at achille's tendon attachment

8

sever's condition recommendation w/ regards to activity level

can do activity as tolerated

9

acute compartment syndrome treatment

surgery

10

jersey finger

stretching of flexor muscle of hand when grabbing something and then having it escape--get an avulsion of the muscle

11

treatment for jersey finger

surgery

12

transient synovitis of hip hx

usually ages 3-10
usually viral, post vaccine or drug induced

13

exam findings for transient synovitis of hip

holds hip slightly flexed. restricted abduction and internal rotation

any motion causes pain. child refuses to bear weight

14

treatment for transient synovitis of hip

NSAIDs for 1-3 wks

15

lab findings for transient synovitis of hip

sed rate 35-60 mm/hr
CBC has mild leukocytosis

16

positive log roll means

intraarticular