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19 Cards in this Set

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Name the levels of epidermis
Corneum
Lucidum
Granulosum
Spinosum
Basalis
What glands don't become functional until puberty?
Apocrine
delivery pain- want to block pudendal nerve, where is it
ischial spine
Abducts arm initially
supraspinatus...deltoid rotates the rest of the way

most common rotator injury
Lateral rotation of arm
infraspinatus

Pitching injury
Adduction and lateral rotation of arm
Teres minor
medial rotation and adduction of arm
subscapularis
dislocation of humerus, fracture of surgical neck
axillary nerve

motor: late abduction of arm

Loss of sensory over deltoid (which is flat)
midshaft fracture of humerus
radial nerve

motor: extensors

sensory: posterior arm, dorsal hand and thumb

wrist drop
dislocation of lunate
median nerve

motor: lateral finger flexion, wrist flexion

sensory: doral and palmar of lateral 3 1/2 fingers

Claw hand
fracture of the hook of hamate
ulnar nerve

motor: abduction and adduction of fingers, adduction of thumb, extension of 4th and 5th fingers

bishops hand
crutch use impinges on what nerve
radial
fracture of medial epicondyle of humerus
ulnar

motor: medial finger flexion, wrist flexion

sensory: medial 1 1/2 fingers, hypotehnar eminence

radial deviation of wrist with flexion
supracondylar fracture of humerus compresses what nerve
median (ape hand)
anterior hip dislocation damages what nerve
obturator (l2-L4)

hip adduction, medial thigh sensory
pelvic fracture, damages what nerve
femoral nerve (L2-L4)

thigh flexion and extension

sensory: anterior thigh and medial leg
hurt you knee, common nerve injured
tibial

foot inversion, planter flexion

sole of foot sensory
inferior gluteal nerve injured how
posterior hip dislocation
smooth muscle contraction
AP
Ca++ released, increase in cytoplasm
Ca++ binds to calmodulin
Activates MLCK
Cross bridge formation
MLCP relaxes