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to palpate when shrugging shoulders
Trapezius muscle
What do you palpate in cervical flexion?
C7 spinous process
Most superficial muscles of upper posterior neck
Splenius capitus and cervicis
Process used in measuring neck rotation
Mastoid process
Possible muscle limitor in Lateral neck flexion
SternoCleido Mastoid
Upper palpation point for lateral flexion?
External occipital protuberance
Acromion proces is used in these ROM measures
Shoulder Flexion, extension and ABduction
Superior angle of the scapula is at this spinal level
T2
Inferior angle of the scapula is at this spinal level
T7.T8
Coracoid process is located...
one inch below the deepest part of the clavicular concavity
Tip for shape of acromion process
Has a rectangular edge
Can you palpate the humoral head?
NO
Greater tuberosity of the humerus is
Inferior to the acromion's lateral edge
the lesser tuberosity of the humerus can be palpated in
External Rotation
Subacromial space shows up as as ____ in ____
dimple in shoulder extension
SITS tendons can best be palpated in shoulder
Extension
SITS muscle bellies can be palpated when...
active
Long head of the biceps tendon is best palpated in:
External Rotation
What spinal level junction is at the level of the iliac crests?
L4/L5
What spinal junction is on level with PSIS?
S1/S2
Lateral epicondyle of the elbow is used in these range of motion measures
Shoulder flexion
Shoulder Extension
Shoulder ABduction
Elbow flexion
Elbow extension
Olecranon is used in these ROM measures
Glenohumeral (shoulder) External Rotation
Shoulder Internal rotation
Radial head is palpated with these ROM measures
pronation and supination
Tinal's sign is associated with
Ulnar nerve
Median nerve is located:
medial to the brachial artery
Medial Collateral ligament of the elbow is shaped like a
Fan
Can the annular ligament be palpated?
No
Common extensor tendon of the elbow is on this side
Lateral
Common flexor tendon of the elbow is on this side
Medial
S1/S2 junction is used as a point for measure of
Spinal Lateral Flexion
Radial styloid process is used for these ROM measures
Elbow flexion and extension
Can the ulnar head be palpated?
NO
Base of the 3rd Metacarpal of the hand is in line with which carpal?
Capitate
Capitate can be palpated on which side of the hand?
Dorsal
Capitate is used in which ROM measures
Radial and Ulnar deviation
Pisiform bone is located in what tendon?
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
Scaphoid is found in what anatomical location?
the anatomical snuffbox
Triquetrum is used in which ROM measures?
Wrist flexion and extension
What 5 tendons of the hand are palpable when active?
Flexor Carpi Ulnaris
Flexor Carpi Radialis
Extensor Carpi Radialis Longus
Extensor Carpi Radialis Brevis
Palmaris Longus
Greater trochanter of the hip is used in these ROM measures
Hip flexion
Hip extension
Knee flexion
Knee extension
ASIS is used in measuring
Hip ABduction
Hip ADduction
Iliac crests are at this spinal level
L4/L5 junction
PSIS is at this spinal level
S1/S2 junction
SI joint is sometimes marked by
dimples
Sciatic nerve location
Midway between greater trochanter and ischial tuberosity
Patella is used in these ROM measures
Hip ABduction
Hip ADduction
Hip Internal rotation
Hip External rotation
Medial and lateral femoral epicondyles are used in these ROM measures
Hip flexion
Hip extension
Knee flexion
Knee extension
Infrapatellar bursa and fat pad are located...
Deep to the patellar tendon
Prepatellar bursa is located
Superficial to the patella
Knee LCL characteristics
Cord-like, ankle on opposite knee
Pes anserine location
Medial tibia
Tendons of the semitendinosis, gracilis, biceps femoris are located in the
Popliteal Fossa
Medial and lateral menisci are located
at the joint line of the knee
Talus Dome is the
Articular surface
Talus neck is used for
Subtalar neutral
Talus head is the
Distal surface
Sustentaculim tali of the calcaneous is located
medially
Three foot/ankle tendons to palpate
Anterior tibialis tendon
Extensor hallicis longus tendon
Extensor digitorum longus tendon