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WHAT LIGAMENTS SUPPORT THE ARCHES?
PLANTAR CALCANEONAVICULAR
LONG PLANTAR
WHICH LIGAMENT IS REFERED TO AS THE "SPRING LIGAMENT"?
THE PLANTAR CALCANEONAVICULAR
WHAT ARE THE THREE LATERAL LIGAMENTS OF THE FOOT AND WHAT IS THEIR FUNCTION?
ANT. TALOFIBULAR
POS. TALOFIBULAR
CALCANEOFIBULAR

PREVENT EXCESSIVE INWARD ROTATION
WHAT THREE LIGAMENTS ARE FOUND IN THE HIP?
PUBOFEMORAL
ILIOFEMORAL
ISCHIOFEMORAL
WHAT IS FUNTION OF THE PUBOFEMORAL LIGAMENT?
TO PREVENT EXCESSIVE ABDUCTION
WHICH LIGAMENT IS REFERED TO AS THE "Y" LIGAMENT???
THE ILIOFEMORAL LIGAMENT
FUNCTION OF ILIOFEMORAL?
PREVENTS EXCESSIVE ABDUCTION
LIGAMENTS CONNECT...
BONE TO BONE
SPRAIN
EXTENSIVE PULL ON A LIGAMENT
ISCHIOFEMORAL FUNCTION...
PREVENTS EXCESSIVE INTERNAL ROTATION
BONES PROVIDE STABILITY AND STRENGTH, LIGAMENTS...
KEEP BONES FROM EXCESSIVE MOTION
WHAT ARE THE LIGAMENTS OF THE KNEE?
MEDIAL AND LATERAL COLLATERAL LIGAMENTS
ANTERIOR AND POSTERIOR CRUCIATE LIGAMENTS
WHAT DO THE THE TWO COLLATERAL LIGAMENTS DO?
PREVENT EXCESSIVE SIDE TO SIDE MOTION (PROETECTS MEDIALLY AND LATERALLY)
ANTERIOR CRUCIATE
ORIGINATES ON THE ANTERIOR PORTION OF TIBIA-- PROTECTS TIB FROM MOVING FORWARD ON FEMUR AND THE FEMUR FROM MOVING BACK ON THE TIBIA
POSTERIOR CRUCIATE
ORIGINATES ON POSTERIOR TIBIA-- PROTECTS TIBIA FROM MOVING BACK ON FEMUR AND THE FEMUR FROM MOVING FORWARD ON THE TIBIA
WHAT IS AN AVULSION FRACTURE?
LIGAMENT THAT HAS BEEN STRETCHED TOO FAR, BUT INSTEAD OF BREAKING, IT PULLS OFF PART OF THE BONE
WHAT ARE THE DELTOIDS AND WHAT IS THEIR FUNCTION? Where are they located????
ANT. TIBIOTALAR---- medial ligaments!!!
POS. TIBIOTALAR
TIBIONAVICULAR
TIBIOCALCANEAL

PREVENT EXCESSIVE INWARD ROTATION