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superior patella / patella alta -- seen with what?
- lateral maltracking
- genu varus
- increased Q angle
lat glide of calcaneus increases what?
sweating and pulse in autonomic dysreflexia?
top of computer screen should be where?
distance to eyes?
- level with forehead
- 16-22 inches
distance of front of chair from popliteal crease?
med types that treat HTN
beta blockers, alpha blockers, angiotensin-converting enzyme (ACE) inhibitors, diuretics, vasodilators, or calcium channel blockers
glucocorticoids delay healing how?
by inhibiting inflam proteins, such as cytokines, which would signal T-lymphocytes and fibroblasts
Vitamin B is critical for what in wound care?
rebuilding / remodeling stage
best indicator of prostate cancer
- high prostate specific antigen
- if it's a low count, it's a good sign
diabetic neuropathies occur in what pattern
stocking and glove
ice does what to blood viscosity?
BMI range for normal wt
above 30 is overweight
per this exam, reaching into ipsilat back pocket requires what GH motion?
IR and ext
patella glides which way with knee ext
myositis ossificans takes how long to develop?
light touch is carried thru which part of the spine?
with what sensation?
- posterior column, going to medial lemniscus
- proprioception and deep pressure
temp is carried thru what spinal track
acute infection is what kind of contraind to exercise
acute PE or pulmonary infarct is what kind of contraind to exercise
unstable angina or arrhythmias is what kind of contraind to exercise
chronic infections, such as hepatitis - what kind of contraind to exercise
relative, not absolute
Mann-Whitney U test
- test the null hypothesis with two independent samples from the same population
- good with a skewed distribution
t-test compares 2 means
Kruskal-Wallis test is used with what
3 or more indep samples
pain is where in angina in women
mid thoracic and UE
thickening of the skin
normal LDL levels are under
most people aim for below 130, but if you have risk factors for heart disease go below 100, and if at high risk go below 70
best way to get neuropraxia by icing?
put ice right over the superficial main branch of a nerve, like the fib n at lat knee
describe purulent exudate
(proteinaceous is neither of these)
Gold sodium thiomalate (Myochrysine) is for what?
- it's a disease-modifying antirheumatic drug
Flurbiprofen (Ansaid), Etodolac (Lodine), and Acetylsalicylic acid (Aspirin) are what kind of drugs
- they're not disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs
mechanical locking of the knee is a common symptom of what?
medial meniscus tear
hemineglect usually happens with lesion in which hemisphere
primary side effect of penicillin
allergic reaction, such as skin rashes and difficulty breathing
what kind of drug?
some side effects?
- muscle atrophy, ecchymosis, puffy cheeks, and a diagnosis of osteoporosis
primary side effect of Acetylsalicylic acid (aspirin)
primary side effect of gold salts
diarrhea, irritation of oral mucosa, and skin rashes
what do gold salts treat
R lesion Brown-Seguard presentation
- R: hyperactive tendon reflexes, clonus, and spasticity, lost pressure sensation,
- L: pain and temperature are lost due to the crossing of those fibers in the spinal cord
foot ROM necessary for a quad to walk
- 10 degrees DF
- no PF contracture
110 SLR is important for what for SCI
- long sit
- floor to WC transfers
ideal timing for heating modalities
Pain in the calf with abrupt dorsiflexion is a positive response for...
how will veins look in venous insuff
superficial veins will be dilated
involvement of cerebellum is associated with what kind of incoordination (where)?
- wound edges are rolled under and the wound bed remains open
- like a crater
- skin that becomes hard and leathery
- usually 2/2 scratching or rubbing
transfemoral amputee w prosthetic
small socket, locked knee, inadequate suspension all --> what gait abnormality?
2 point discrim uses what spinal tract?
- dorsal column - medial lemniscal
- -- it also does proprioception, vibration, deep touch, and discriminative touch.
spinocerebellar tracts are responsible for...
unconscious proprioception from the trunk and lower extremities
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