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1

A complete lesion of the femoral nerve as it leaves the lumbar plexus affects

Knee extension

2

The primary flexor of the hip is

Iliopsoas

3

Paralytic equines during swing phase is often caused by the injury to

Common peroneal nerve

4

A cycle of gait is defined as all activities that occurs b/w

Heel strike on one limb and subsequent heel strike on the same limb

5

Toe out or toe in is the relationship of the long axis of the foot to the

Line of progression

6

The motion of inversion and eversion occurs at which joint

Subtalar

7

A common lesion of the tibial nerve on one leg wil result in what gait deviation

Shortened step length on ipsilateral side

8

____ disease is an osteochondrosis of the capital femoral epiphysis that generally occurs in ____.

Leg-calve-perthes; 3-10 year old males

9

At which part of gaitare the most number of muscles active

Heel strike

10

For correction of genu valgum forces should be applied over the

Lateral thigh, distal to the greater trochanter, lateral aspect of the foot and the medial condyle of the femur

11

The purpose of measuring external rotation of the ankle joint is

Insure that the mechanical ankle axis coincide with the anatomical ankle axis in the transverse plane

12

What is the max acceptable malaligngment of a tibial fx that can be managed with an off the shelf fx orthosis

10° varus or valgus, 20° of anterior posterior angulation- (CHECK)

13

CONGENITAL osteoporosis along with fx before and during birth is indicative of which condition

Osteogenesis imperfecta

14

A flexible varus hindfoot might be corrected using

Lateral wedge

15

Shoe modification that will most likely be used for a fixed equines deformity

Heel lift

16

Metatarsal pads function to____ as well as_______

Relieve metatarsal heads/ elevate the transverse arch

17

What of the following ankle joint control would be indicated for a patient that has paralysis of the pf.

Df stop

18

In relaterion to the apex of the greater troch, where is the mechanics all hip joint located

25 mm proximal, 12 mm anterior

19

T or f quadriceps femoris muscle consists of four parts, only one of which acts across the hip joint

True

20

What motion does a cushioned heel stimulate

Pf at heel strike

21

More ankle joint clearance is allowed for the medial malleolus because

The medial malleolus is more prominent

22

During late stance the hip joint requires how much extension for normal function

10°

23

Which phase of gait does a rocker sole most closely simulate

Midstance to toe off

24

When treating an adult patient with an anterior hip dislocation, it important to

Not allow hip to extend pass 30° of flexion

25

When genu varus is present ton a lower-limb scheme, the mid-sagittal line connects the perineium and the mark made..

30mm medial to the ankle

26

The Coleman lateral block test is used to assess flexibility of which presentation?

Hindfoot varus

27

Which motion would be Lost if the superficial branch of the common peroneal nerve is injured

Eversion of the subtalar joint

28

Tibialis posterior is innervates by which nerve

Tibial nerve

29

At heel strike the ground reaction line pass

Anterior to hip and posterior to knee

30

The greatest amount of DF in gait

Heeloff