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MS 1
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2014-07-03 14:11:32
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  1. iliofemoral / Y lig resists what?
    ext
  2. ischiofemoral lig resists what?
    ext and IR
  3. pubofemoral lig resists what?
    abd
  4. femoral anteversion
    • the neck is rotated 15 ant in comparison with the condyles
    • more anteversion causes  toe-in / IR
    • retroversion causes ER
  5. concave/vex of the SC joint?
    • clavicle moves on sternum
    • for elevation/depression it's convex on concave
    • for protraction/retraction, concave no conves
  6. sternoclavicular resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: arm at side
    • close packed: arm full abd
  7. AC jt resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: arm at side
    • close-packed: abd to 90
  8. GH jt resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: 55-70 abd, 30 horiz add, neutral rotation
    • close: max abd and IR
  9. humero-ulnar resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: 70 flex, 10 sup
    • close: full ext and sup
  10. humeroradial resting and close-packed positions
    • open: full ext and sup
    • close: 90 flexion, 5 sup
  11. prox radioulnar resting and close-packed positions
    • open: 70 flex, 35 sup
    • clsoe: 5 sup, full ext
  12. distal radioulnar resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: 10 sup
    • close: 5 sup
  13. radio/ulnocarpal resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: neutral w slight ulnar dev
    • closed: full ext w radial dev
  14. hip resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: 30 flex, 30 abd, slight ER
    • closed ligamentous: full ext, abd, IR
    • clsoed bony: 90 flex, slight abd, slight ER
  15. knee resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: 25 flex
    • clsoed: full ext w ER
  16. talocrural, subtalar, midtarsal, tarsometatarsal resting and close-packed positions
    • resting: they'are all basically neutral w 10 PF
    • closed: full DF, inv, or sup, depending on the jt
  17. lower c-spine capsular pattern
    • side-bending & rotation 
    • extension
  18. occipitoatlanta joint capsular pattern
    flexion > extension limited
  19. GH joint capsular pattern
    ER > abd > IR
  20. t-spine capsular pattern
    • SB and rot
    • ext
    • flex
  21. lumbar spine capsular pattern
    • equal limitation of SB and rot
    • ext > flex
    • (spine, 1st MTP, and toe IPs  may be the only places where ext is more limited than flex)
  22. hip capsular pattern
    flex > IR > abd
  23. talocrural capsular pattern
    PF>DF
  24. talocalcaneal/subtalar capsular pattern
    • inversion > eversion
    • so, foot'll get stuck in valgus
  25. 1st metatarsophalangeal capsular pattern
    ext > flex
  26. to IP capsular pattern
    ext > flex
  27. grading of accessory joint motion 0-6
    • 0: ankylosed
    • 3: normal
    • 6: unstable
    • (the rest are increments of hypo/hypermobility)
  28. glenoid fossa faces which way
    ant, lat, sup
  29. how to do speed's test
    • arm in full ext and sup, resist shoulder flex
    • or - shoulder in 90 flexion and push it into ext (eccentric biceps contraction)
    • looks for bicipital tendonosis/tendonopathy
  30. suffix -osis
     implies a pathology of chronic degeneration without inflammation
  31. posterior internal impingement test is for what
    id impingment btwn RC and greater tuberosity or post glenoid and labrum
  32. posterior internal impingement test - how
    • supine, move shoudler into 90 abd, max ER, 15-20 horiz add
    • see if this reproduces pain
  33. clunk test ids what?
    labral tear
  34. how to do clunk test
    supine, shoulder in full abd, push hum head ant while doing ER
  35. AC shear test
    • for AC dysfunction (arthritis, separation)
    • pt sits with arm at side
    • PT puts heel of one hand on spine of scap, heel of other on clavicle, and squeezes, looking for reproduction of pain in AC jt

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