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1

The Apley Scratch Test is used to evaluation patterns of restriction in the shoulder. In this procedure the shoulder with the raised arm is in what combined pattern of movement?
Select one:
a. lateral rotation and protraction
b. abduction and lateral rotation
c. flexion and medial rotation
d. adduction and medial rotation

b. abduction and lateral rotation

2

A client with a strain to the biceps brachii would most likely have pain reproduced with which of the following manual resistive tests?
Select one:
a. lateral shoulder rotation
b. shoulder abduction
c. elbow flexion
d. shoulder extension

c. elbow flexion

3

The motion of the shoulder most likely to be limited in adhesive capsulitis is the primary motion of the capsular pattern. This motion is _____________?
Select one:
a. flexion
b. adduction
c. lateral rotation
d. extension

c. lateral rotation

4

The empty can test is a common evaluation procedure for which pathology?
Select one:
a. glenoid labrum tear
b. shoulder impingement
c. frozen shoulder
d. infraspinatus tendinosis

b. shoulder impingement

5

A hooked acromion is most likely to aggravate which of the following conditions?
Select one:
a. shoulder separation
b. frozen shoulder
c. shoulder impingement
d. posterior rotator cuff strain

c. shoulder impingement

6

When the shoulder is in a neutral position, the glenohumeral joint capsule is most slackened?
Select one:
a. on the superior side
b. with a manual resistive test
c. in a lateral direction
d. on the underside

d. on the underside

7

Which of the following tendons can cause injury to the glenoid labrum when it is exposed to high velocity or high force loads?
Select one:
a. infraspinatus
b. subscapularis
c. biceps brachii
d. supraspinatus

c. biceps brachii

8

Which of the following is most likely to be a symptom of nerve root compression in the cervical region?
Select one:
a. paresthesia down the lower extremity
b. paresthesia down the upper extremity
c. weakness during passive range of motion evaluations
d. pain with a manual resistive test

b. paresthesia down the upper extremity

9

Which of the following tissues is most likely responsible for producing a painful arc in abduction of the shoulder?
Select one:
a. infraspinatus tendon
b. latissimus dorsi
c. glenohumeral joint capsule
d. subacromial bursa

a. infraspinatus tendon

10

A client with a pectoralis major strain would most likely have pain reproduced with which of the following evaluation procedures?
Select one:
a. active extension
b. passive medial rotation
c. resisted horizontal adduction
d. resisted horizontal abduction

c. resisted horizontal adduction

11

Tendinosis in the infraspinatus and teres minor would most likely present with pain during which of the following evaluation procedures?
Select one:
a. resisted lateral rotation
b. active abduction
c. passive extension
d. resisted medial rotation

a. resisted lateral rotation

12

The scapulohumeral rhythm is a coordinated pattern of movement for which of the following motions?
Select one:
a. scapular upward rotation and glenohumeral abduction
b. scapular protraction and glenohumeral medial rotation
c. glenohumeral lateral rotation medial rotation
d. acromioclavicular flexion and glenohumeral depression

a. scapular upward rotation and glenohumeral abduction

13

Which of the following motions would be most effective to shorten the subscapularis during the evaluation process
Select one:
a. flexion
b. adduction
c. lateral rotation
d. medial rotation

d. medial rotation

14

Which of the following tissues would NOT be compressed during shoulder impingement syndrome?
Select one:
a. supraspinatus tendon
b. biceps brachii tendon
c. glenohumeral joint capsule
d. brachial plexus

c. glenohumeral joint capsule

15

A shoulder separation is an injury that primarily affects the ?
Select one:
a. acromioclavicular ligaments
b. glenoid labrum
c. supraspinatus tendon
d. glenohumeral joint capsule

a. acromioclavicular ligaments

16

Which of the following muscles is generally hypertonic and in a shortened position in the postural distortion of slumped shoulders?
Select one:
a. infraspinatus
b. teres minor
c. rhomboids
d. pectoralis major

d. pectoralis major

17

If your client has an elevated shoulder postural distortion, which of the following stretching procedures would be most helpful to address the muscle tightness that perpetuates the problem?
Select one:
a. acromioclavicular abduction
b. shoulder abduction
c. scapular upward rotation
d. shoulder depression

d. shoulder depression

18

The most effective motion to stretch the subscapularis muscle would be...
Select one:
a. adduction
b. lateral rotation
c. medial rotation
d. flexion

c. medial rotation

19

A client with subacromial bursitis is most likely to have pain with which of the following evaluation procedures?
Select one:
a. resisted medial rotation
b. active abduction
c. resisted adduction
d. passive lateral rotation

b. active abduction

20

If you have your client attempt to raise her arm straight in front of her as far as possible, which evaluation procedure is she performing?
Select one:
a. active lateral shoulder rotation
b. passive shoulder extension
c. resisted shoulder abduction
d. active shoulder flexion

d. active shoulder flexion