Flashcards in Upper Deck (33):
A deviated trachea would indicate what type of injury?
internal thoracic injury
What structure of the shoulder does a Bankart Lesion affect?
permanent anterior defect of labrum
What are the phase of throwing?
What structures does Boutenniere Deformity affect?
extensor expansion dorsal to middle phalanx
The phases of throwing include the windup, cocking, ________, _________, and follow-through
Phases of throwing
windup, cocking, acceleration, deceleration, follow through
condition in which cold exposure causes vasospasm of digital arteries
nerve structure with supplies the arm with innervation. Originates from C5-T1
tenosynovitis of the abductor pollicis longus tendon and extensor pollicis brevis tendon
rupture of the UCL in thumb
defect on the posterior aspect of the articular cartilage of the humeral head
Little league shoulder
fx of the humeral growth plate
What are the three tests for throacic outlet syndrome
allen's, military brace, adsons
Scapulohumeral ratio after thirty degrees should be what?
The four muscles of the rotator cuff are what?
supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis
damage to the anterior lip of the glenoid
fx and dislocation of the saddle joint in the thumb
What motor test can be done to check the C4 nerve root?
What postures are associated with a spinal cord injury?
decerebrate, decorticate, flextion contracture
What can a tear drop pupil be indicative of?
corneal abrasion or ruptured globe
What Cranial nerve tests balance?
What cranial nerves are involved in eye movement?
oculomotor, trochlear, optic, abducens
What are some signs of a concussion?
vacant stare, delayed verbal or motor responses, inability to focus, disorientation, slurred or incoherent speech, gross incoordination, heightened emotions, memory deficits
What is swan neck deformity?
Flexion of the MCP and DIP joints and hyperextension of the PIP joint
What are the ratios of scapulohumeral rhythm?
-0-30 degrees: 1:0
-30-90 degrees: 2:1
-90-180 degrees: 1:1
What are the carpal bones of the hand?
trapezium, trapezoid, capitate, scaphoid, hamate, triquetrum, pisiform, lunate
What is a Colles Fracture?
displaced radius that is 1 ½ in from wrist
UR: Liver, R kidney, gall bladder, colon, pancreas
What does the upper right quadrant hold?
UL: Spleen, Stomach, L kidney, gall bladder, colon, pancreas
What does the upper left quadrant hold?
LR: Appendix, colon, small intestines,
What does the lower right quadrant hold?
LL: Colon, small intestine,
What does the lower left quadrant hold?
shoulder ROM norms
Flexion 180 extension 50, add 40, abd 180, IR 90 ER 90