Kinesiology Chapter 17.txt

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Kinesiology Chapter 17.txt
2013-10-28 11:54:14
Pelvic girdle

Pelvic girdle .txt
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  1. The pelvic girdle is composed of what
    • Sacrum
    • Coccyx
    • Ilium
    • Ischium
    • Pubis
  2. The sacrum is composed of what
    • Base
    • Promontory
    • Superior articular surface
    • Ala
    • Foramina
    • Auricular surface
  3. The auricular surface of the sacrum articulates with what bone in the pelvic girdle
  4. The 4 pairs of Foramina are exits for what
    sacral nerves
  5. Superior articular process of the swacrum articulates with what
    Inferior articular process of L5
  6. Does the promontory project anterior or posterior from the body
  7. The base of the sacrum articulates with what
  8. What are the parts of the ilium
    • Iliac fossa
    • Auricular surface
    • Iliac crest
    • ASIS
    • AIIS
    • PSIS
    • PIIS
    • Greater sciatic notch
  9. What muscles attach to ASIS
    TFL. Sartorius. Inguinal ligament
  10. What muscle attaches to the AIIS
    Rectus femoris
  11. What ligament attaches to PSIS
    Posterior sacroiliac ligaments
  12. What ligament attaches to the PIIS
    Sacrotuberous ligament
  13. What forms the greater sciatic notch
    Ilium and ischium
  14. What are the parts of the ischium
    • Ischial spine
    • Ischial tuberosity
    • Lesser sciatic notch
    • Pubic tubercle
    • Superior and inferior ramus
    • Pubic symphysis
  15. This ligament connects the ala to pelvic surface
    Anterior sacroiliac
  16. This ligament is the deepest, strongest, and shortest ligament of the SI joint
    Interosseous sacroiliac
  17. This ligament attaches between the ilium to sacrum and helps prevent Forward and downward movement of the sacrum
    Posterior sacroiliac
  18. This accessory ligament is strong, triangular shaped and prevents forward rotation of the sacrum
  19. This ligament attaches the lower sacrum to the spine of the ischium and forms a foramen for sciatic nerve
  20. What is nutation
    Sacral flexion. Sacral promontory moves anteriorly and inferiorly while coccyx moves posteriorly.
  21. What is counternutation
    Sacral extension. Promontory moves posteriorly and Superiorly. Coccyx moves anteriorly
  22. What is anterior innominate rotation
    anterior rotation of one of the ox coxas on the aricular surface of the sacrum causing ASIS to inferior and PSIS to be superior
  23. What is posterior innominate rotation
    posterior rotation of one of the os coxas on the aricular surface of the sacrum, ASIS is superior to PSIS inferior
  24. What is sacral torsion
    Rotation of the sacrum
  25. Where is the most common site of joint pathology of the spine.
  26. Sacral extension (counternutation) occurs with what motions of the body
    trunk extension and hip flexion
  27. Sacral flexion (nutation) occurs with what motions of the body
    Trunk flexion and hip extension