BEAM SUBJECT TO POST-TENSIONING. LOAD ONLY. A. B. C. D. TENDON. FORCE P. (a) THREE SPAN POST-TENSIONED BEAM. TENDON. DISPLACEMENT d. LINE OF SUPPORTS. (b) BEAM DETACHED FROM SUPPORTS. HYPERSTATIC (SECONDARY). REACTIONS AND MOMENTS. A. B. C. D. R. i. REACTION.By elliot
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Tendon. Tendon. Outline: Function Structure Mechanical Properties Significance to movement. Function. Connect muscle to bone, but are not rigid Are quite stretchy Passive but important
ACHILLES TENDON & Plantaris Tendon. Tendinosis, Paratendinosis Haglund’s Deformity. PLANTARIS MUSCLE. ACHILLES TENDON. PLANTARIS TENDON. Fig 2(2). Fig 1(1). Achilles Tendon
Robert Spławski MD, PhD Paweł Surdziel MD, PhD. Tendon injuries. Department of Traumatology and Hand Surgery. University of Medical Sciences in Poznan. Head of Department: Prof. Władysław Manikowski. Historical notes. Tendon surgery is as old as surgery itself. Historical notes.
Tendon insertion . Function: MP flex. Action: pad/dab Flexion in MP and extension in IP joints. Extensor hood . Boutonniere deformity . Swan-neck type deformity . Hand. Bones Joints Muscles Vessels & Nerves. Radial & U lnar arteries. U lnar artery. U lnar artery. U lnar artery.
Achilles Tendon Disorders. Daniel Penello Foot & Ankle Rounds. Anatomy. Largest tendon in the body Origin from gastrocnemius and soleus muscles Insertion on calcaneal tuberosity. Anatomy. Lacks a true synovial sheath Paratenon has visceral and parietal layers
Achilles: Hero of the Iliad. Led Greeks to conquer TroyKilled by arrow shot to heelHippocrates ? ? this tendon if bruised or cut, causes the most acute fevers, induces choking, deranges the mind and at length brings death.\"Strongest tendon in the human body. Achilles Tendon. Formed by tendinous
Isotonic. Tendon of Insertion. Antagonist. Synergists. Fast-Twitch. Antagonistic Pairs. Tendon of Origin. Cardiac Muscle. Muscle Tone. Isometric. Voluntary Muscle. Slow-Twitch. 11 muscles to remember!. Muscular System. Trapezius. Deltoid. Triceps. Pectorals. Latissimus Dorsi.
Deep Tendon Reflexes. Kimberly Victorian, RN, BSN Sheeba Jacob, RN, BSN. Objectives. Understand and define deep tendon reflexes Distinguish between hyper and hypo-tonic deep tendon reflexes Gain a basic knowledge of DTR grading Understand how to do a DTR examination Identify different DTRs