Gait Deviations From 101

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QUESTIONS TAKEN FROM PTA 101 IN THE CHAPTER "ELEMENTS OF NORMAL GAIT PATTERN"


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  • 1. 
    DURING THE INITAL HEEL STRIKE: PATIENTS HEAD AND TRUNK SHIFT FORWARD AT HEEL STRIKE, PLACING COG ANTERIOR TO KNEE JOINT, PREVENTING KNEE FLEXIONWHERE IS THE POTENTIAL PROBLEM?
    • A. 

      KNEE FLEXORS

    • B. 

      ANKLE DORSIFLEXORS

    • C. 

      KNEE EXTENSORS

    • D. 

      HIP FLEXORS

  • 2. 
    DURING THE INITIAL HEEL STRIKE:THE PATIENTS KNEE BECOMES LOCKED IN EXTENSION OR HYPEREXTENSIONTHE POTENTIAL PROBLEM IS WHERE?
    • A. 

      IN THE KNEE EXTENSORS

    • B. 

      IN THE KNEE FLEXORS

    • C. 

      IN THE HIP FLEXORS

    • D. 

      IN THE HIP ROTATORS

  • 3. 
    DURING INITIAL HEEL STRIKE:THE PATIENT PRESENTS WITH THEIR FOOT SLAPPING DOWN TO THE FLOOR  WHERE IS THE POTENTIAL PROBLEM?
    • A. 

      IN THE ANKLE PLANTARFLEXORS

    • B. 

      IN THE QUADRICEPS

    • C. 

      IN THE ANKLE DORSIFLEXORS

    • D. 

      IN THE HAMSTRINGS

  • 4. 
    DURING MIDSTANCE:THE PELVIS HAS AN EXAGGERATED DOWNWARD TILT ON THE LEFT SIDEWHERE IS THE POTENTIAL PROBLEM?
    • A. 

      THE LEFT HIP ADDUCTOR

    • B. 

      THE RIGHT HIP ABDUCTOR

    • C. 

      THE RIGHT HIP ADDUCTOR

    • D. 

      THE LEFT HIP ABDUCTOR

  • 5. 
    DURING MIDSWING IN ORDER TO CLEAR THE FOOT:THE PATIENTS LEG IS LATERALLY ROTATED AT THE HIPWHERE IS THE POTENTIAL PROBLEM?
    • A. 

      HIP LATERAL ROTATORS

    • B. 

      KNEE FLEXORS

    • C. 

      HIP MEDIAL ROTATORS

    • D. 

      NONE OF THESE

  • 6. 
    THE MUSCLE RESPONSIBLE FOR A LURCH GAIT DEVIATION
    • A. 

      LATERAL HIP ROTATORS

    • B. 

      QUADRICEPS

    • C. 

      GLUTEUS MAXIMUS

    • D. 

      PSOAS MAJOR

  • 7. 
    TENDELENBURG GAIT IS OBSERVED DURING STANCE PHASE ON THE AFFECTED SIDE
    • A. 

      TRUE

    • B. 

      FALSE

  • 8. 
    GENU VALGUS
    • A. 

      KNOCKED KNEES

    • B. 

      BOWLEGGED

  • 9. 
    GENU VARUM
    • A. 

      KNOCKED KNEES

    • B. 

      BOWLEGGED

  • 10. 
    BACK KNEE GAIT
    • A. 

      QUADRICEPS DEFICIT GAIT

    • B. 

      ANTERIOR TIBIAL COMPARTMENT GAIT

    • C. 

      ANTALGIC GAIT

    • D. 

      TRENDELENBURG GAIT

  • 11. 
    THE ANATOMICAL CASE IN WHICH ONE BONE MAY BE LONGER/SHORTER THAN THE OTHER
    • A. 

      STRUCTURAL LEG LENGTH DISCREPANCY

    • B. 

      FUNCTIONAL LEG LENGTH DISCREPANCY

  • 12. 
    A LEG LENGTH DISCREPANCIES OCCURING AS A RESULT FROM A SOFT TISSUE CONTRACTURE OR ABNORMAL JOINT MOBILITY.
    • A. 

      STRUCTURAL

    • B. 

      FUNCTIONAL

  • 13. 
    THIS TYPE OF LEG LENGTH DISCREPENCY IS CLINICALLY MEASURED FROM ASIS TO MM OR LM WITH PATIENT IN THE SUPINE POSITION
    • A. 

      STRUCTURAL

    • B. 

      FUNCTIONAL

  • 14. 
    THIS TYPE OF LEG LENGTH DISCREPANCY IS CLINICALLY MEASURED FROM THE PATIENTS UMBILLICUS TO MM IN THE SUPINE POSITION
    • A. 

      STRUCTURAL

    • B. 

      FUNCTIONAL