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Chapter 7

Chapter 7

Chapter 7. Hip and Pelvis. Pelvis. Connects lower extremities to the axial skeleton Consists of ____________ 1 sacrum ____________ _____________ – 2 hip bones only. Hip Bones. _________ Ischium ________ ____________ – The area of fusion for the 3 bones. . Ilium. _______

By levana
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Entrance Slip

Entrance Slip

Entrance Slip. Identify the direction that the Internal Obliques , External Obliques , Transversus Abdominis , & Rectus Abdominis run. Layer the muscles above in order from deep to most superficial.

By deanne
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Ch. 17 Foot, Ankle, and Lower Leg Injuries

Ch. 17 Foot, Ankle, and Lower Leg Injuries

Ch. 17 Foot, Ankle, and Lower Leg Injuries. Ankle Sprain. MOI: 85 % inversion, 15% eversion Deltoid stronger than lateral ligaments Fibula longer than tibia S/S: pain, swelling, discoloration, decreased ROM 1 st degree: ligament stretched 2 nd degree: ligament partially torn

By mikko
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Shoulder Evaluations

Shoulder Evaluations

Shoulder Evaluations. Supplemental Material for Chapter 10 – Shoulder Injuries. MM Acting on Scapula. Latissimus dorsi. Action: Depression of shoulder girdle Origin: Spinous processes of T6 – T12 and lumbar vertebrae via lumbodorsal fascia Insertion: Bicipital groove of the humerus.

By betsy
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The Shoulder

The Shoulder

The Shoulder. Starting with movements. AROM. Flexion 180/Extension 50-60 Abduction170-180 Adduction IR 70-80/ ER 80-90(at 0 and 90 degrees). Pros/Cons . Great ROM Little stability Inconsistent support from the ligaments Increased reliance on muscular support

By kiona
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The Sensory Organs

The Sensory Organs

The Sensory Organs. Chapter 23B. Sense Organs. All sense organs have receptors. A receptor usually is sensitive to only one type of stimulus. Senses of the Skin. Cutaneous sensations feeling due to receptors in the skin Examples temperature, touch, pain, pressure. Sense of Taste.

By bin
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Pull Downs

Pull Downs

Pull Downs. Variety in Movements. Attachments and grips can vary, thus affecting how it attacks the muscle Wider and pronated grips will focus more on the traps Narrow and supinated grips will focus more on the lats. Set Up and Movement. Need a cable column or pulley system

By ondrea
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Strain: ET1

Strain: ET1

Strain: ET1. This is muscle surrounding the mouth hooks and anterior portion of the larvae. Strain: A307. Strain: C17. Haltere disk. Gastric cacae. Strain: Ryxho.

By finna
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BIOL 4142 Photo Quiz Lab 5 Ornithology birds Quiz B:

BIOL 4142 Photo Quiz Lab 5 Ornithology birds Quiz B:

BIOL 4142 Photo Quiz Lab 5 Ornithology birds Quiz B:. First, you’ll see a photo showing just enough to allow you to clinch the ID. Then, you’ll see the full photo without the name, and then the photo with the name and perhaps some ID tips on specimens (not field ID). Throat with tiny spots.

By jada
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Orbicularis oculi

Orbicularis oculi

Orbicularis oculi. O: Medial wall of the orbit I: Medial wall of the orbit A: Closes the eyelid. Click for Answer. Orbicularis oris. O: Opening of the mouth I: The skin at the corners of the mouth A: Closes the mouth. Click for Answer. Zygomaticus major. O: Zygomatic bone

By alexa
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Knee Sports Medicine Tests

Knee Sports Medicine Tests

Knee Sports Medicine Tests. Valgus Stress Test for Knee.

By kamal
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The Skeleton: Part C

The Skeleton: Part C

7 . The Skeleton: Part C. Appendicular Skeleton. Bones of the limbs and their girdles Pectoral girdle attaches the upper limbs to the body trunk Pelvic girdle secures the lower limbs. Pectoral Girdle (Shoulder Girdle). Clavicles and the scapulae

By billy
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Cranial Nerve Knowledge Check

Cranial Nerve Knowledge Check

Cranial Nerve Knowledge Check. Practicum Health Science II 2011-2012. Use your knowledge of the cranial nerves to answer the following questions or statements. List the correct number and spelling of the cranial nerve.

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Cranial Nerve Knowledge Check

Cranial Nerve Knowledge Check

Cranial Nerve Knowledge Check. Practicum Health Science II 2011-2012. Use your knowledge of the cranial nerves to answer the following questions or statements. List the correct number and spelling of the cranial nerve.

By mliss
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Unit 2: The Airways The Upper Airways

Unit 2: The Airways The Upper Airways

Unit 2: The Airways The Upper Airways. RSPT 1207 Cardio Pulmonary Anatomy & Physiology. The Airways. Respiratory tract : combination of organs and tissues that have one function – the transfer of gas to be used by the body.

By xanti
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Platyhelminthes

Platyhelminthes

Platyhelminthes. After completing this tutorial you should be able to: Explain the basic body plan of members of the phylum Platyhelminthes. Identify representatives of the classes Turbellaria, Trematoda, and Cestoda.

By marcy
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ECG Rhythm Interpretation

ECG Rhythm Interpretation

ECG Rhythm Interpretation. Module V Acute Myocardial Infarction. Course Objectives. To recognize the normal rhythm of the heart - “Normal Sinus Rhythm.” To recognize the 13 most common heart arrhythmias. To recognize an acute myocardial infarction on a 12-lead ECG. Learning Modules.

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DISEASES OF THE ORAL CAVITY

DISEASES OF THE ORAL CAVITY

DISEASES OF THE ORAL CAVITY. Prof. İlhan TOPALOĞLU Otolaryngology Department Yeditepe University School of Medicine. ANATOMY OF THE ORAL CAVITY. anterior : vermillion border of the lips posterior: oropharynx oropharyngeal isthmus : (superior) junction of the hard and soft plates .

By munsell
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