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1

what is the hip ROM for flexion (with knee flexed)

135 degrees

2

what is the hip ROM for flexion with knee extended

less than 90 degrees

3

what is the hip ROM for extension with hips neutral

30 degrees

4

what is the hip ROM for external rotation

45 degrees

5

what is the hip ROM for internal rotation

35 degrees

6

what is the hip ROM for Ab/Adduction with hip and knee flexed

70 degrees

7

what is the hip ROM for abduction with hip and knee extended

45 degrees

8

what is the hip ROM for adduction with opposite hip flexed

20 degrees

9

what is the thoracic region prone MFR

motion test within superior/inferior, left/right and clockwise/counterclockwise

10

what does the FABERE'S test evaluate

hip joint and sacroiliac pathology

11

what is the ober's test used for assessment of

contracture of iliotibial band or tensor fascia latae

12

what is the normal ROM for knee flexion

130 degrees

13

what is the normal ROM for knee extension

10 degrees

14

what is the lachman's test used for

more specific test of ACL than drawer test

15

what is a positive test for lachman's test

excessive motion of the tibia

16

what is the varus test used for

testing integrity of lateral collateral ligaments, post capsule also if leg extended fully

17

what is a positive test for varus stress

gapping of joint

18

what is a positive test for valgus stress

gapping of joint

19

what does the valgus test evaluate

tests integrity of MCL

20

what is the patellar grind test/clark test for

tests for posterior patellar articulatory surface (possible chondromalacia)

21

when is a patellar grind test/clark test positive

if it recreates the pain

22

what does the ankle drawer test evaluate

tests for anterior/posterior glide and integrity of ligaments

23

what are the cellular elements of fascia

fibroblasts, myofibroblasts, macrophages, mast cells

24

what are the ECM components of fascia

collagen fibers, elastic fibers, laminin, and fibronectin

25

describe the pannicular fascia

covers the entire body; loose and dense irregular connective tissue

26

what fascia is directly deep to pannicular fascia

axial and appendicular fascia

27

what fascia surrounds the nervous system

meningeal fascia

28

what causes meralgia paresthetica

entrapment of lateral femoral cutaneous nerve

29

what does lateral femoral cutaneous arise from (Spinal nerves)

L2-3

30

what roots are with posts major

L2-L4

31

what root is with Psoas minor

L1

32

what is the origin of iliopsoas

transverse processes of T12-L5

33

what is the insertion of iliopsoas

lesser trochanter of femur

34

what muscles are involved in forefoot adduction

abductor hallucis, tibialis posterior

35

what muscles are involved in forefoot abduction

fibulas brevis, abductor digiti minimi, adductor hallucis

36

what muscles are involved in inversion of the ankle

tibialis posterior and anterior

37

what muscles are involved in eversion of the ankle

fibularis tertius, brevis and longus

38

what is supination of the foot a combination of

inversion and adduction

39

what is pronation of the foot a combination of

eversion and abduction

40

what is the ROM for dorsiflexion of ankle

0-20 degrees

41

what is the ROM for plantar flexion of ankle

0-50 degrees

42

what is the ROM for inversion of ankle

0-35 degrees

43

what is the ROM for eversion of ankle

0-25 degrees

44

what are the most common ankle sprains

ant tala-fibular and calcano-fibular ligament

45

what ligaments are involved in high ankle sprain

anterior tibiofibular, posterior/tibiofibular and interosseus membrane