Practical

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Practical
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2011-06-02 18:51:00
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  1. Elbow joint consists of which 3 joints
    • Humero Radial - Radial Head & Capitulum (Humerus)
    • Humero Ulnar - Trochlear & Trochlear Notch
    • Proximal Radio Ulnar - Radius & Ulnar
  2. 3 joints of ths elbow are what type of joints
    Synovial Joints
  3. What is the total joint range within the elbow
    • 150 degrees
    • (this will depend on bicep and tricep)
  4. Elbow ROM in supination/pronation is approximately
    90 degrees
  5. Cubital fossa triangle consits of what anatomy (5)
    • Right arm, lateral to medial.
    • Brachioradialus
    • Biceps tendon
    • Brachial artery
    • Median nerve
    • Pronator Teres
  6. Wrist flexor/pronator muscles (4)
    • Right arm, lateral to medial (Superficial)
    • Pronator Teres
    • Flexor Carpi Rad
    • Palmaris Longus
    • Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
  7. Primary shoulder abductor muscles (2)
    • Mid Deltoid - 56
    • Supraspinatus - 56
  8. Secondary abductors of the shoulder (2)
    • Anterior & Posterior Deltoid
    • Serratus Anterior
  9. Primary ADDuctors of the shoulder are (2)
    • Pec Major - 51
    • Latissimus Dorsi - 68
  10. External rotation of the shoulder are (3)
    • Posterior Deltoid
    • Infraspinatus - 56
    • Teres Minor - 5
    • (PIT)
  11. Elevators of the scapular (3)
    • Traps - Accessory Nerve XI
    • Levator Scapulae - 34 and sometimes 5
    • Rhomboids
  12. Internal rotation of the shoulder (4)
    • Subscapular - 56
    • Pec Major - 51
    • Lats - 68
    • Teres MAJOR - 56
  13. Muscles for scapular retraction are (2)
    • Rhomboids - 5
    • Traps - XI
  14. Muscles of scapular protraction are (1)
    Serratus anterior - 57
  15. The ratio of 2:1 in shoulder abduction relates to which joints
    • every 3 degrees of Abduction
    • = 2 degrees GH
    • = 1 degree ST
  16. GH movement in abduction
    • Superior Roll
    • Inferior Glide
    • Posterior Spin - External Rotation
  17. Anterior Scalene attachments
    • C3 - 6
    • 1st Rib
  18. Middle Scalene attachments
    • C2 - 7
    • 1st Rib
  19. Posterior Scalene attachements
    • C5-6
    • 2nd Rib
  20. Scalene attachments
    • A - 36 - 1
    • M - 27 - 1
    • P - 56 - 2
  21. Which muscles attach to the cuboid (1)
    Flexor Hallicus Brevis - 45
  22. Contents of medial malleolus
    • Tom Dick AN Harry
    • Tibilas Anterior
    • Flexor Digitorum Longus
    • Tibial Artery
    • Tibial Nerve
    • Flexor Hallicus Longus
  23. Which muscle attaches to the navicular (1)
    Tibialis Posterior - S12
  24. What muscle attaches to ischial tuberosity and fibula head
    Bicep Femoris - 52
  25. Which muscle attaches to the lunate
    None
  26. Proximal carpal bones
    • Scaphoid
    • Lunate
    • Triquetrium
    • Pisiform

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