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Function, distal moving part, and shape of: fingers
Fxn: flex/ext
DMP: distal phalanx
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: metacarpal-phalangeal
Fxn: abd/add
DMP: proximal phalanx
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: wrist
Fxn: flex/ext
DMP: capitate, scaphoid, lunate, triquetrum (all convex)
trapezoid (concave)
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: radial-ulnar distal
Fxn: pro/sup
DMP: radius
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: radial-ulnar proximal
Fxn: pro/sup
DMP: radius
Sh: convex
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: humeroradial
Fxn: flex/ext
DMP: radius
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: humeroulnar
Fxn: flex/ext
DMP: ulna
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: glenohumeral
Fxn: all movements
DMP: humerus
Sh: convex
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: sternoclavicular
Fxn: elevation/depression, protraction/retraction
DMP: clavicle
Sh: covex for elev/depr, concave for pro/retr
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: acromioclavicular
Fxn: all movements
DMP: scapula
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: toes
Fxn: flex/ext
DMP: distal phalanx
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: metatarsal-phalangeal
Fxn: abd/add
DMP: proximal phalanx
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: ankle/foot (subtalar)
Fxn: all movements, inv/ever
DMP: navicular + cuniform (all mvmts), cuboid + calcaneus (inv/ever)
Sh: concave (nav + cun), convex (cub + cal)
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: ankle/foot (talocrural)
Fxn: DF/PF
DMP: talus
Sh: convex
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: tibio-fibular
Fxn: all movements
DMP: fibular head
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: knee
Fxn: all movements
DMP: tibia
Sh: concave
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: hip
Fxn: all movements
DMP: femur
Sh: convex
Function, distal moving part, and shape of: TMJ
Fxn: all movements
DMP: mandible
Sh: convex
Normal end-feel when soft tissue approxiamates?
soft
Normal end-feel when capsular or ligamentous stretching occurs?
firm
Normal end-feel when bone or cartilage meet?
Hard
Pathological end-feel when edema or joint swelling is present?
boggy
Pathological end-feel when there is decreased elasticity due to fibrosis of soft tissue
firm
Pathological end-feel that is loose then very hard; associated w/ muscle guarding or patient protecting from going into a painful part of the range?
empty
Pathological end-feel when the end feel is at a later time than the other extremity?
hypermobility
Definition of capsular patterns and what it implies?
a series of limitations of joint movement when the joint capsule is a limiting structure. An example is the range in glenohumeral joints, from flexion as the least limited movement to external rotation as the most limited movement
Accessory joint grade of 0?
ankylosed
Accessory joint grade of 1?
considerable hypomobility
Accessory joint grade of 2?
slight hypomobility
Accessory joint grade of 3?
normal
Accessory joint grade of 4?
slight hypermobility
Accessory joint grade of 5?
considerable hypermobility
Accessory joint grade of 6?
unstable