Kinesiology Test 3 - Notes
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Humero-Radial Joint Ligament
- RCL - Radial claderal ligament
- LCL - lateral
Humero-Ulnar Joint Ligament
- UCL - Ulnar Claderal Ligament
- MCL - Medial Claderal Ligament
- *Strongest ligament in the elbow
Three Joints of the Elbow?
Radio-Ulnar Joint ligament
- Annular Ligament - Sits around radius
- *Stabalizes so supinate/pronate ulna can roll around it
Movements of the Elbow
- Supination - Palm up
- Pronation - Palm down
Anterior Muscles -
- Bicepts Brachii - Supinated/Pronation
- Brachialis - Synergist
- Brachoradialis - Synergist
- Pronator Teres - Pronation
Posterior Muscles -
- Tricept Brachii
Lateral Muscles -
Medial Muscles -
- Radial + Ulnar styloid
What does Some stand for?
Lovers stands for?
The word Try stands for?
The word that in the accronim stands for
They stands for?
Handle is an accronim for?
1st for carpals are..
Proximal and closer to the wrist
Second row of carpals are..
Distal and closer to the fingers
The bones in the Carpal tunnel are?
Joints in the Wrist?
- Distal Radioulnar
- Between Radius and Ulna @ wrist
- proximal @ elbow
- Radius - naviuclar, lunate, triquetrum
- Radiocarpal lig. - palmar
- Strongest lig. in the hand
Between proximal and distal rows of carpals
Between each carpal
Arteries and veins and nerves sit b/c bones are concave
Flexor Retinaculum -
Medial epicondyle up top - anatomic position
Extensor Retinaculum -
Movements of the Wrist -
- Flexion - Medial
- Extention - lateral
- Radial Devation - Abduction
- Ulnar Devation - Adduction
Radial/Ulnar Styloid fracture
- falling on a outstretched arm
- localized, immediate, swelling, loss of function
- Deformaty in the wrist
- - splinted, spcialist
- 4-6 weeks hard cast depending on fracture
- 2nd most fractured bone in wrist
- blocks, outstretched hand
- *pain, but might not see
- have them make a fist the 3rd knuckle will be lower than the rest
- Chiropractor - Relocate
- Going to swell on top of hand b/c of extra skin
- Break 5th metacarpal - boxers fracture - hard cast
- *low blood supply in fingers, going to take a long time to heal
- Carpals sit concave
- Cronic injury - Too much flexion or too much extention
- *Tennis, computer typers
- - surgury to clean out tunnel
- Muscles give up
- Most common
- Poorest healing bone in the body
- Swelling in snuff box
- *not visable on x-ray
- Direct hit - lose function and swelling
- *repeated hits to same bruise = cell death
Joints of the Hand/fingers
- Carpalmetacarpal Joint
- Metacarpalphalageal Joint
- Interphalangeal Joint
Between distal row of carpals
Metacarpal hit proximal phalange
- Each finger
- PIP - proximal
- DIP - Distal
Superficial (PIP) closer to the surface
Movements of the Thumb -
- Opposition - Touching other finger tips
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