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AMS-Musculoskeletal

2015-07-27 • 0 Cards

Parkinsons

4 kinds of tremors?, What's postural tremor?, What's action tremor?, 2 examples of intention tremor?, TRAP symptoms of parkinson's disease?, What are the tremors associated with parkinson's?, 2 clinical types of PD?, Characteristics of postural instability type PD?, Criteria for diagnosing PD?, What're 3 of the most common minor criteria?, Age of onset of PD?, Gender of PD?, Familial PD is __ % of all PD?, AR forms of PD?, Goal of PD treatment?

2013-01-20 • 66 Cards

CSCS - Chapter 1

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#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , The two attachments of the trunk muscles are?#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , Superior muscles are located where?#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , Inferior muscles are located where?#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , Muscle has three types of connective tissue:#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , What is the epimysium?#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , What is the  Perimysium?#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , What is Fasciculi?#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , What is  Endomysium?#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , What is Sarcolemma? #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } , All of the connective tissue is continuous with the tendon, thus...#next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; } #next_pages_container { width: 5px; hight: 5px; position: absolute; top: -100px; left: -100px; z-index: 2147483647 !important; }

2012-10-22 • 26 Cards

Kinesiology & Biomechanics Section 1

Bone Cells, Osteoblasts, Osteocytes, Osteoclasts, Wolff's Law, Condyle, Facet, Head, Angle, Border or margin, Crest, Epicondyle, Line, Process, Ramus

2012-09-15 • 27 Cards

MO - NEUROMUSCULAR SYSTEM

What is a motor unit?, What is the importance of the motor unit?, What does the motor axon do?, What are the components of the motor neuron?, What covers the axon and what are its characteristics?, What does the Node of Ranvier do?, What is Saltatory Conduction?, What is a bouton and what is the importance of this area?, How does signal transduction work in the motor neuron?, What is the difference between precise and less precise muscles?, What neurotransmitter is released by the arrival of an AP, and where does it diffuse through? What does it excite?, What is the all-or-nothing principle?, Activation of the sarcolemma results in the release of what? And what does it cause?, What happens if a 2nd twitch comes from motor neuron before the fiber relaxes?, What is tetanus?

2012-08-07 • 70 Cards

Muscles Neck/Trunk - origin/insertion/action

Erector Spinae (3), Erector Spinae action, Erector Spinae insertion, Erector Spinae origin, External Obliques action, External Obliques insertion, External Obliques origin, Internal Obliques action, Internal Obliques insertion, Internal Obliques origin, Interspinalis action, Interspinalis insertion, Interspinalis origin, Intertransversarii action, Intertransversarii insertion

2011-04-28 • 41 Cards

Rehab 1 shoulder / scapula muscles

ABD, ADD, Depression, Downward Rotation, Elevation, ER, GH Extension, GH Flexion, HADD, IR, Protraction, Retraction, Upper Rotation

2011-04-28 • 13 Cards

3100 - Extrinsic Muscles of the Larynx

# 2 P.E. - Mylohyoideus - Function, # 2 P.E. - Mylohyoideus - Location, # 2 P.E. - Mylohyoideus - Raphe Function, # 3 P.E. Geniohyoideus - Function, #1 Depressor: Sernothyroideus - What else does it assist and help in doing?, #1 Depressor: Sternothyroideus - Location, #1 Depressor: Sternothyroideus- Function, #1 P.E - Digastricus - Function, #1 P.E - Digastricus - Location, #1 P.E - Digastricus - What do the 2 "bellies" do together?, #1 S.E. Thyrohyoideus - Function, #1 S.E. Thyrohyoideus - Location, #2 Depressor: Sternohyoideus - Function, #2 Depressor: Sternohyoideus - Location, #2 S.E. Hyoglossis - Function

2011-04-28 • 38 Cards

Anatomy- Human Muscles and Actions

Adductor Longus, Adductor Magnus, Biceps Brachii, Biceps Femoris, Brachialis, Brachioradialis, Buccinator, Coracobrachialis, Deltoid, Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis, Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus, Extensor Carpi Unaris, Extensor Digitorum, Extensor Digitorum Longus, External Oblique

2011-04-28 • 69 Cards

Human Anatomy Muscles Part 1

Diaphragm (action), Diaphragm (innervation), Erector spinae (iliocostalis, Longissimus, spinalis) (action), External / Internal oblique (action), External intercostals (action), Internal intercostals (action), Latissimus dorsi (action), Latissimus dorsi (innervation), Latissimus dorsi (insertion), Latissimus dorsi (origin), Levator scapulae (action), Levator scapulae (innervation), Levator scapulae (insertion), Levator scapulae (origin), Pectoralis major (action)

2011-04-28 • 53 Cards

skeletal muscles

bicep brachii, biceps femoris, deltoid, external oblique, gastrocnemius, gluteus maximus, latissimus dorsi, masseter, orbicularis oculi, orbicularis oris, pectoralis major, quadriceps, rectus abdominus, sartorius, serratus anterior

2011-04-28 • 19 Cards

Fetal Pig Muscles (missing: pectoral group + rectus abdominis+jaw/cheek muscles))

adductor, Biceps Brachii, biceps femoris, Brachialis, Brachiocephalic, deltoid, digital extensors, digital flexors, Extensor Group, external oblique, fascia lata, Flexor Group, gastrocnemius and soleus, gluteus group, Gracilis

2011-04-28 • 29 Cards

Muscles of the Thighs and Buttocks

3 muscles that make up the buttocks, Biceps Femoris, Biceps Femoris Long Head Insertion, Biceps Femoris Long Head Origin, Biceps Femoris Short Head Insertion, Biceps Femoris Short Head Origin, Gluteus Maximus Action lower fibers, Gluteus Maximus action of all fibers, Gluteus Maximus Insertion, Gluteus Maximus Origin, Gluteus Medius Action all fibers, Gluteus Medius Action Anterior fibers, Gluteus Medius Action Posterior fibers, Gluteus Medius Insertion, Gluteus Medius Origin

2011-04-28 • 48 Cards

Muscles Shoulder Girdle/Shoulder Joint - origin/insertion/action

Anterior Deltoid action, Anterior Deltoid insertion, Anterior Deltoid origin, Coracobrachialis action, Coracobrachialis insertion, Coracobrachialis origin, Infraspinatus action, Infraspinatus insertion, Infraspinatus origin, Latissimus Dorsi action, Latissimus Dorsi insertion, Latissimus Dorsi origin, Levator Scapula action, Levator Scapula insertion, Levator Scapula origin

2011-04-28 • 55 Cards

joints&muscles

6 features of synovial joints, abduction, adduction, amphithrotic, angular, articular surface, bursa, bursae and tendon sheath, cartilaginous, circumduction, contraction, diarthrotic, dorsiflexion, eversion, extension

2011-04-28 • 48 Cards