Quiz 2 Kinesiology

28 Questions  I  By Shortyh23 on March 24, 2012
MMT, ROM, Goniometry, and Elbow complex

  

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1.  The definition of a Normal Hard End feel is:
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2.  The definition of a Normal Firm End feel is:
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3.  The definition of a Normal Soft End feel is:
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4.  An example of an Abnormal End feel that is SOFT is:
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5.  An example of an Abnormal End feel that is EMPTY is:
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6.  Which of the following is a situation in which the therapist should proceed with caution when measuring ROM?
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7.  Which of the following situation is a contraindication for performing a ROM assessment?
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8.  Which statement is correct about ROM and MMT assessment?
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9.  Which of the following statements is NOT true about the differences between AROM and PROM:
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10.  Which of the following describes the documentation of elbow ROM as 30 degrees- 105 degrees
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11.  Two situations in which completion of MMT assessment is contraindicated are:
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12.  You are doing ROM and MMT assessment of shoulder flexion of a patient. The patient demonstrates full PROM of shoulder flexion. However, during AROM against gravity, patient can only flex shoulder from 0-100 degrees. Which of the following interpretation is correct:
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13.  IF a paitent is able to move a joint in full active range of motion against gravity, what number grade is automatically given, before applying resistance?
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14.  Your client demonstrates against gravity ROM of shoulder abduction for only this amount of AROM:0-80 degrees.  What MMT score would you give?
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15.  Your client demonstrates full agaisnt gravity ROM of elbow flexion and can take moderated resistance. What MMT score would you give?
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16.  You asked your client to perform elbow flexion, in gravity eliminated postion. However, but no joint motion was seen and a muscle palpatation was felt. What MMT score would you give?
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17.  Functions of the elbow complex include all of the following EXCEPT:
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18.  Minimal length of the Biceps occurs in which of the following joint positions:
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19.  When applying resistance during a MMT, should you place your hand proximal or distal the joint of the muscle being tested? WHY?
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20.  Should MMT be performed with the joint in closed packed position or an open packed position? WHY?
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21.  Maximal length of the Triceps occurs in which of the following joint positions: 
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22.  Minimum length of the pronator teres occurs in which of the following joint positions: 
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23.  All of the following functions of the brachioradialis muscle are correct EXCEPT:
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24.  If slow supination is occuring without resistance (example: positioning your hand in a palms up position to recieve change from the cashier), which muscle of the forarm is most active?
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25.  If fast supination is occuring with resistance (example: when using a screw driver to tighten a screw), which additional muscles is recruited for the action of supination?
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26.  What is the mechanism of injury in tennis elbow?
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27.  Why is elbow positioning critical for optimal function of the extrinsic muscles of the hand? What is the optimal position of the elbow for extrinsic hand function?
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28.  When performing muscle strength testing on the brachialis muscle, how should you position the forearm?
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