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cause of injury or disease

etiology

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mechanical description of the cause

mechanism

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structural and functional chnages that result from the injury process

pathology

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perceptible chnage in an athletes body or its functions that indicate injury or disease

symptom

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objective, definitive and obvious indicator for a specific condition

sign

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denotes the name of a specific condition

diagnosis

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systematic method of diagnosing a disorder that lacks unique symptoms or signs

differential diagnosis

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predicted outcome of injury

prognosis

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conditions following and resulting form a disease or injury; development of an additional condition as a complication of an existing disease/injury

sequel

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group of symptoms that indicate a condition or disease

syndrome

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complete ROM against gravity with full resistance; normal

grade 5

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complete ROM against gravity with some resistance; good

grade 4

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complete ROM against gravity with no resistance; fair

grade 3

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complete ROM with gravity omitted; poor

grade 2

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evidence of slight contractile with no joint motion; trace

grade 1

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no evidence of muscle contractility

grade 0

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smell

olfactory; I

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vision

optic; II

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eye movement, opening of eyelid, pupil constriction, focusing

oculomotor; III

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eye movement (inferior lateral)

Trochlear IV

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sensation to the face, mastication

Trigeminal; V

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eye movement lateral

Abducens VI

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motor nerve of facial expression; taste; control of salivary glands

Facial VII

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hearing and equilibrium

vestibulocochlear VIII

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swallowing, speech, regulation of pulm/carido/gastro function

Vagus X

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swallowing, innervations of sternocleidomastoid muscle

Accessory XI

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tongue movement, speech, swallowing

Hypoglossal XII

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absence of reflex

areflexia; grade 0

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diminished reflex

hyporeflexia; grade 1

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average reflex

grade 2

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exaggerated reflex

hyperreflexia; grade 3

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markedly hyperactive

often associated with clonus, but not clonus is not required for grade 4

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lateral plantar surface produces extension and splaying of toes

babinskis

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rub along peroneals

chaddocks

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run fingernail along tibial crest

oppenhelms

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quickly DF foot- will feel rhythmic "beats" in your hand

clonus

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superficial reflexes;
-upper abdominal
-lower ab
-cremasteric
-plantar
-gluteal

-T7-T9
-T11-T12
-T12-L1
-S1-S2
-L4-S3

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statements provided by athletes (time, mechanism, site, pain, degree of disability)

subjective

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result from ATs visual inspection, palpation and assessment of AROM, PROM, RROM; Also findings of special tsts, assessment of posture

objective

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Ats professional judgement with regard to impression of nature of injury

assessment

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first aid treatment, intentions relative to disposition (referral, splits, wrap, crutches). Chronic- treatment/rehab

plan