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  1. The femoral-tibial joint is ______ or ______ joint.
    • ginglymus
    • modified-hinge
  2. The femoral-patella joint is _____joint because _______. 

    The femoral-patella joint is _____joint because _______.
    sellar; post contour of jt has both concave and convex components.

    modified plane joint; slides.
  3. Resting position for knee is _____ degrees.
    25-40 
  4. Closed-pack position for knee is maximal ______ with maximal _______ of the leg.
    Screw-home mechanism: ______that locks out the knee.
    No _______of tibia in closed-pack position.
    • extension; external rotation
    • external rotation
    • internal
  5. Capsular pattern for knee is _____more limited than ______.
    NOT a _______ where you have more loss of _____ than ______.
    Capsular pattern is due to ______structure, while contracture is due to ______structure.
    Extra-articular structures create _______restrictions.
    • flexion; extension
    • extension; flexion
    • inert; contractile
    • non-contractile
  6. _______ of pelvis and _______of femur create angulation of knee aka _________.
    width; angulation; physiological valgus
  7. Retroversion of knee pertains to tibial condyles being inclined (curved) ________. Not parallel to ground.

    Retroflexion of knee (bowing) pertains to tibia being concave (bent) ______.
    posteriorly

    posteriorly
  8. Femoral condyles are longer in _____direction
    A/P
  9. Lateral femoral condyle is in line with ____ and ____ due to obliquity of ____ and ____ of femur.
    • shaft and pelvis
    • shaft and pelvis
  10. Medial femoral condyle is ____of an inch _____ and extends more _____.
    • 2/3
    • longer
    • distally
  11. Tibial condyles are ______curved to femur.
    reciprocally
  12. Medial tibial condyle is _____. In ____ and ____ direction.
    • biconcave
    • A/P
    • medial/lateral
  13. Lateral tibial condye (flatter) is ____in frontal plane, and ____ in saggital plane.
    • concave
    • convex
  14. Lots of ____ and ____ in all motions at knee due to small ______and large_____.
    • roll and slide
    • tibial plateaus
    • femoral condyles
  15. Medial condyle is ____larger and articular cartilage is ____thicker.
    • 50%
    • 3x
  16. Medio-femoral surfaces are not completely congruent and ______take up space to create better congruency bw the two.
    mensici
  17. To allow accessory movement at knee to occur, the ______ needs to go out of the ______of the femur.
    • tibial eminence
    • intercondylar space
  18. At knee joint, ____ and ____ occur simultaneously and some ____ as well.
    • glide and slide
    • spin
  19. From full extension to flexion (CKC), the femoral condyles roll posteriorly ____ on the medial condyle, then roll is accompanied by a ___in the ____direction, and towards the end ____is dominant.
    ____ pulls the femoral condyles to slide _____.
    • 10-15 degrees
    • glide; opposite
    • glide
    • ACL
    • anteriorly
  20. From full flexion to extension (CKC), the femoral condyles roll anteriorly ____ on the medial condyle, then roll is accompanied by a ___in the ____direction, and towards the end ____is dominant.
    ____ pulls the femoral condyles to slide _____.
    • 15-50 degrees
    • glide; opposite
    • pure glide
    • PCL
    • posteriorly
  21. For ambulation, first 20-25 degrees are accomplished by __.
    roll
  22. When we talk about rotation at knee, we usually talk about ____.
    OKC
  23. With lateral rotation (spin) of tibia on femur, _____femoral condyle is _____, and _____tibial condyle is ______.

    With lateral rotation (spin) of tibia on femur, _____femoral condyle is _____, and _____tibial condyle is ______.
    lateral; anterior; lateral; posterior

    medial; posterior; medial; anterior
  24. With leg in 90 degrees flexed position, the ____femoral condyle is in contact with the ____of the tibia.

    Mid-tibia contacts mid-femur during knee _____.

    Contact point for the tibia is ____.

    Contact point on the femur starts from _____femur, going thru mid-femoral condyle, and at 90 degrees it is the ____part of femoral condyle.
    posterior; middle

    extension

    mid-tibia

    anterior; posterior

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