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The Musculoskeletal System and Movement

SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anconeus Muscle, Quadriceps Femoris Muscle, Psoas Major Muscle
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Muscle Group Actions Pectoralis major Strength: 1. Dumbbell flys (isolates pectoralis major, good for improving flexibility) 2. Incline dumbbell flys (isolates clavicular fibres) Stretch: pectoralis major st...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Maximum Force, Sarcomere, Extraocular Muscles
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Single Motor Unit Contraction 1. The Motor Unit a. A Motor Unit Comprises i. Motor Neuron ii. All attached muscle fibres 2. Recruitment a. Small motor units produce precise movements b. Large motor units produce gross move...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Isotonic Contraction, Psoas Major Muscle, Iliopsoas
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Articulations and Movements TYPES OF JOINTS Bones of human body unite at joints and forms an articulation. 1. Synarthroses a. Meaning: no movement b. Eg. suture 2. Amphiarthroses a. Meaning: slightly moveable b. Eg. verteb...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Fibrocartilage Callus, Tuberosity Of The Tibia, Medullary Cavity
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Common Injuries to Bone Their Repair FRACTURE HEALING PROCESS 1. Haemotoma Formation After fracture, blood vessels in the bone and periosteum are torn and begin to hemorrhage. As a result, haemotoma forms at site. Bone ce...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Shoulder Girdle, Hyaline Cartilage, Bone
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Chapter 1: Introduction to Skeleton and Bones SKELETON General Function: 1. Support upright body position and body movement 2. Protection of vital organs 3. Locomotion movement from one place to another 4. Production of R...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Disinhibition, Agonist, Clavicle
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 7 Maximum Force that can be produced: Due to changes in involvement of motor units Decrease in cocontraction of muscles that are ANTAGONISTS = muscles opposing the action of prime movement Disi...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Avulsion Fracture, Granular Material, Bone
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 4 Fracture: 1.Hematoma formation (+ haemorrhage) 2.Granular material formation (brocartilage callus + collagen + osteoblast) 3.Hard callus formation 4.Remodelling (compact bone) Avulsion fractur...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Perichondrium, Apatite, Chondrocyte
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 8 Functions of Skeletal System: - Acronym: SPLR - Support - Protect - Locomotion - Production of RBC Types of bone: - Flat bones - Short/irregular bones - Long bones Flat Bones: - Formed i...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Ultimate Tensile Strength, Viscoelasticity, Periosteum
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 2 Tensile strength - varies according to direction of force COMPRESSION: Greatest force experienced by bone ~ 800-1100kg recorded in femur - the force varie...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Anatomical Terms Of Muscle, Cardiac Muscle, Skeletal Muscle
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 5 Types of muscles: - Smooth muscle - Skeletal muscle - Cardiac muscle Structure of muscle: Functional unit of muscle: - Sarcomere! Arrangement of Muscle Fibres: Types:...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Final: SSEH1101 Revision 1
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 1 Biomechanics of Bone: - 2 Conicts: - 1. need for strength BUT - need lightness to move bones about 3 important characteristics in bones to meet these two conicts: 1) tubular construction...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Pubic Symphysis, Hinge Joint, Estrogen
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 3 Loading: - if load is added slowly, it doesn't prevent injury faster than rapid addition of load - Advantage? - Means that it is good because? - In sports, load is usually added rapidly! ...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Alpha Motor Neuron, Motor Unit, Muscle Tone
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 6 Motor Unit Contraction: 1. Motor unit 2. Recruitment 3. Muscle tone Motor Unit: - It includes a motor (eector) neuron - AND the muscle bres that the eector neurons innervate Recruitment: - ...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Nasal Septum, Ultimate Tensile Strength, Fibrocartilage
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 10 Types of connective tissue: 1. Cartilage 2. Tendon 3. Ligament 4. fascia/skin Composition of CT: - dierent materials = hence dierent mechanical characteristics - Dierent proportions of col...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland
SSEH1101 Study Guide - Final Guide: Hyaline Cartilage, Granular Material, Medullary Cavity
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SSEH1101: Revision Notes 9 Fracture Healing Steps: - 1. Hematoma formation - 2. Granular material formation of brocartilage cells - 3. Hard callus formation - 4. Remodelling Hematoma Formation: - Fracture causes blood...

Sport Science, Exercise and Health
SSEH1101
Professor Tim Ackland

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