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  1. Subluxation mode usually rational for HIO technique by Cord or B.J. Palmer-
    Compressed myelopathy
  2. Agree about
    the body heals itself
  3. Bodies ability to
    adopt to a changing environment
  4. Trophic modes osteopathic
    aberrant vascular and lymphatic flow
  5. Dentate ligament mode sublimates how
    Mechanical distortion
  6. Process - Hyperalgesia sensation
    sensitation of noceceptors by bradykinin
  7. Nausea and Vomiting caused by
    visceral-visceral response to Uterine dz
  8. Ligaments that restrict thoracic flexion
    Intertransverse
  9. Neuro levels involved in both flexion of the wrist and extension of the elbow
    C7
  10. Share innervation with multifidus ms
    Facet capsule
  11. Nerve tracing - BJ Palmer to develop
    Meric (nerve chart)
  12. Modern medicine
    germ theory of dz (Pasteur)
  13. DD Palmer subluxation due to
    Chemical, Mechanical, Psychic
  14. CSF dynamics with manipulation
    Sacro occipital (Dejerne)
  15. BJ Palmer not subluxation
    Vertebral hypermobility
  16. Uncinate process
    Mid cervical (C3/C7)
  17. Least resistance to tensile strength
    Posterior Longitudinal ligament
  18. Normal thoracic Kyphotic curve is due to slight wedging of
    Vertebral Body
  19. Uncontrollable muscles (voluntary)
    Rotatores (deep reflex)
  20. Histology study Mast cells directly innervated by sympathetic nervous system cells which
    Provide regulatory control over the immune system
  21. Palmer described- structural dys-relationship
    Neurological
  22. Not reliable procedure to determine spinal changes 2 degree to Proprioceptive
    palpation for cutaneous textural changes
  23. Explain LBP and spasm with Facet syndrome
    somatic somatic reflex
  24. Carpal tunnel syndrome is related
    lower cervical
  25. Most efficiently quantifies subluxation pain
    visual analog scale
  26. Supplies most supportive clinical evidence of physiological effec ts of the subluxation
    pain pattern
  27. Increased neural activity from pressure in IVF
    Paresthesia (unusual)
  28. Segment- steepest facet plane angle
    C5 - C6
  29. 1st 30 degrees of abduction - motion
    GHJ
  30. Water constant IVD in adolescent
    80%
  31. 50% of the CS rotation occurs at
    atlas/axis
  32. Model of subluxation Neurophysiology (spinal learning)
    segmental reflex facilitation
  33. Somato Somato reflex initiated by mid TS fixation
    paravertebral ms tone
  34. Segmental facilitation of pain and hypersensitivity medial elbow and forearm
    T1 - T2
  35. Least likely to accompany foraminal encroachment involve ventral nerve roots
    Paresthesia
  36. Chief function of the anterior portion of the motion segment
    weight bearing
  37. What are the biomechanical effects of a sacral angle
    shearing and compression
  38. Produces the least lumbar disc pressure
    lying prone
  39. Muscles function as antagonists to maintain pelvic postural balance
    hip flexors and erector spinae
  40. Weakest aspect of the vertebral motion segment during axial compression
    end plate
  41. Chronic immobilization of the facet joint does not cause
    diffusion of nutrients
  42. coughing that intensifies posterior thigh pain
    nerve compression
  43. Fibrosis of a nerve root following chronic mechanical deformation implicates which sblx model
    neural compression
  44. Sblx model implicated in large central T-12, L-1 disc bulge causes loss of vibration sense in the feet
    cord compression
  45. Greater occipital neuralgia associated with spasm of which muscles
    splenius capitus
  46. Muscles susceptible to atrophy following immobilization
    Postural
  47. direct mechanical irritation of the spinal cord tracts is a major component of the ____mechanism of sblx
    dentate ligament traction
  48. least likely to result from a facilitated segment
    horners syndrome (pancoast tumor)
  49. Clinical symptoms of wallerian djd do not include
    Heperesthesia
  50. Repetitive traumatic irritation to the elbow near the olecranon may entrap which nerve in the cubital fossa
    ulnar nerve
  51. produces akinesthesia of a lower extremity
    dorsal column lesion
  52. Most likely produces scleratogenous pain pattern
    facet impingement
  53. inflammatory arthritis predisposes to the spinal cord damage by
    destruction of the transverse lig.
  54. resistance to electrical current passing through skin occurs because of
    sudomotor response to ? sns stimulation
  55. recurrent TS sblx is a likely indicator of which model of sblx
    viscero-somat ic reflex
  56. restoration of normal skin color following spinal manipulation of a pt. with raynauds phenomenon is explained by
    somato-autonomic reflex
  57. schwann cell degeneration and layers of fibrosis are most likely due to
    recurrent compression
  58. most liekly mechanism for the pain and the somatic tissue atrophy that accompnay rsds
    reflex activation of the sympathetic nervous system
  59. pt. with nephrolithiasis is most likely to exhibit reflex tenderness where
    t10-t11
  60. fixation type with greatest amount of pain
    muscular
  61. best DIFFERENTIATES lumbar central spinal stenosis from acute lumbar disc syndrome
    paraspinal myospasm is less severe with stenosis then with disc syndrome
  62. prostate dz may cause referred pain to
    perineum and rectal pain
  63. characteristic of referred pain in the left shoulder 2? to cardiac eschemia
    uneffected by postural activity
  64. segmental dysfunction of which region can contribute to a long standing history of constipation from ? peristaltic activity
    s2,s3,s4
  65. most apt to cause segmental narrowing of vertebral artery
    unco-vertebral arthrosis
  66. CHARACTERISTIC of vertebral artery compromise assoc. with cs mvmt
    rotational occlusion will produce symptoms if flow in contralateral artery is already
  67. not implicated as cause of tension headache
    nerve root hypoxia
  68. Subluxation mode usually rational for HIO technique by Cord or B.J. Palmer
    Compressed myelopathy
  69. Agree about
    the body heals itself
  70. Bodies ability to
    adopt to a changing environment
  71. Trophic modes - osteopathic
    aberrant vascular and lymphatic flow
  72. Dentate ligament mode sublimates how
    Mechanical distortion
  73. Process Hyperalgesia sensation
    sensitation of noceceptors by bradykinin
  74. Nausea and Vomiting caused by
    visceral-visceral response to Uterine dz
  75. Ligaments that restrict thoracic flexion
    Intertransverse
  76. Neuro levels involved in both flexion of the wrist and extension of the elbow
    C7
  77. Share innervation with multifidus ms
    Facet capsule
  78. Nerve tracing BJ Palmer to develop
    Meric (nerve chart)
  79. Modern medicine
    germ theory of dz (Pasteur)
  80. DD Palmer subluxation due to
    Chemical, Mechanical, Psychic
  81. CSF dynamics with manipulation
    Sacro occipital (Dejerne)
  82. BJ Palmer not subluxation
    Vertebral hypermobility
  83. Uncinate process
    Mid cervical (C3/C7)
  84. Least resistance to tensile strength
    Posterior Longitudinal ligament
  85. Normal thoracic Kyphotic curve is due to slight wedging of
    Vertebral Body
  86. Uncontrollable muscles (voluntary)
    Rotatores (deep reflex)
  87. Histology study Mast cells directly innervated by sympathetic nervous system cells which
    provide regulatory control over the immune system
  88. Palmer described structural dys-relationship
    Neurological
  89. Not reliable procedure to determine spinal changes 2? to Proprioceptive
    palpation for cutaneous textural changes
  90. Explain LBP and spasm with Facet syndrome
    somatic somatic reflex
  91. Carpal tunnel syndrome is related
    lower cervical
  92. Most efficiently quantifies subluxation pain
    visual analog scale
  93. Supplies most supportive clinical evidence of physiological effects of the subluxation
    pain pattern
  94. Increased neural activity from pressure in IVF
    Paresthesia (unusual)
  95. Segment steepest facet plane angle
    C5 - C6
  96. 1st 30 degrees of abduction motion
    GHJ
  97. Water constant IVD in adolescent
    80%
  98. 50% of the CS rotation occurs at
    atlas/axis
  99. Model of subluxation Neurophysiology (spinal learning)
    segmental reflex facilitation
  100. Somato Somato reflex initiated by mid TS fixation
    paravertebral ms tone
  101. Segmental facilitation of pain and hypersensitivity medial elbow and forearm
    T1 - T2
  102. Paresthesia WITHOUT MOTOR DEFECITS
    DORSAL ROOT LESION
  103. MC EFFECTED IN THORACIC OUTLET SYNDROME
    C8-T1 (MEDIAL HAND AND FORERM)
  104. GLABELLA TAP TEST
    UMNL (BLINKING)
  105. SUPERFICIAL REFLEX
    CREMASTERIC (MALES)
  106. NERVE THAT INNERVATES THE RHOMBOIDS
    DORSAL SCAPULAR NERVE
  107. NERVE TESTED WITH SHOULDER SHRUG
    CN XI
  108. GAG REFLEX TEST
    CN X
  109. SERRATUS ANTERIOR NERVE
    LONG THORACIC
  110. DUCHENNES MUSCULAR DYSTROPHY
    WADDLING GAIT
  111. ALS (LOU GEHRIGS DZ) BEGINS IN WHICH PART OF THE BODY
    HANDS
  112. SIGNS THAT ARE SYMMETRICAL AND BILATERAL
    RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS
  113. MASK LIKE EXPRESSION AND PILL ROLLING, TREMOR
    PARKINSONS DZ
  114. 1:1 RATIO OF SCAPULA TO THORACIC MVMT
    ABNORMAL ALTERED RYTHUM

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