Care and Prevention test 2
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A moderate injury when musculoskeletal tissue had
been partially, but not totally torn which causes appreciable limitation in
function of the injured tissue.
grade two injury
A severe injury in which tissue has been
significantly, and in some cases totally, torn or otherwise disrupted causing a
virtual total loss of function.
grade three injury
A mild injury in which ligament, tendon, or other
musculoskeletal tissue may have been stretched or contused, but not torn or
grade one injury
Tumor-like mass produced by an accumulation of coagulated blood in a cavity.
extreme extension of a limb or part
natural response to injury in which the injury site might display various
degrees of pain, swelling, heat, redness and/or loss of function.
fibrous tissue that connects bone to bone or bone to cartilage and supports and
To the inside of the body
Relating to death of a portion of tissue.
At the back part, or rear of the body.
In the foot,
it is a combination of motions resulting in a position such that the foot is abducted and everted. Foot pronation can be a by-product of an arch problem, leg length discrepancy, or chronically bad running mechanics; can becompromised with the use of an orthotic. In the hand, pronation is movement of the forearm into a palm down position.
Injury resulting from the stretch or twist of the joint and causes various degrees of stretch of tear of a ligament or other soft tissue at the joint.
Injury resulting from a pull or torsion to the muscle or tendon that causes various degrees of stretch or tear to the muscle or tendon tissue.
In anatomy, the upper of two parts; toward the top or above.
Movement of the forearm into a palm-up position.
Angulation outward and away from the midline of the body
Angulation inward and toward the midline of the body.
Decrease of local blood flow
Respiration, heart rate, and body temperature
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