EXAM REVIEW QUESTIONS
Note: Professor Manfredonia fives exam reviews a class or two before the exam (except for exam
I) where he tells you the topics that you should review in your notes in preparing for the exam
because they are HIGHLY likely to show up on the test. These are those topics…
what is the only joint that connects the upper extremity to the axial skeleton?
what is the common position of shoulder dislocation?
what muscle depresses the humeral head during abduction and flexion?
what muscle of the RC is hard to heal because of lack of blood supply? supraspinatus (critical
the subacromial space will be normal in what type of posture? lumbar lordosis thoracic kyphosis
what are the concave convex rule for open chain shoulder movements?
what are the true and false joints of the shoulder?
what is the loose packed position of the GH joint?
what are the structures in the subacromial space? what is not in the subacromial space?
what is the ratio of scapulohumeral rhythm? 2:1
what happens during the first 30 degrees of shoulder elevation?
soleus and gastroc and bending the knee
when the pelvis tilts forward first what happens to the lumbar spine and the hips?
penguin versus pigeon toes in anteversion
what is the neck shaft angle, coxa vara, coxa valga and does how it relate to leg length?
trendelenburg gait reverse and regular hip and trunk
screw home mechanism
in patellofemoral syndrome what muscle are you going to exercise more to keep the kneecap
tracking medially (when tracks laterally)? VMO
patella movements during knee flexion and extension
Q-angle what it does to the knee
ACL PLC MCL LCL what they do attachments
active insificiency of the biceps
what happens to the caprals when you RD UD
position of wrist for max grip strength
joint center for RD UD
concave convex rule of the elbow during flexion
where does wrist extension mostly occur
which carpal bone when palpating is prominent during passive flexion of the wrist
passive insufficiency of the hip (knee straight flexed)
median nerve involvement in CTS
pronator quadratus and teres what they do and where they are
manual muscle testing grades
best position to improve grip strength
joint center for shoulder internal and external rotation
ankle is most commonly sprained in what two directions
supination of the subtalar joint
position of the ankle in subtalar neutral
what other tendon is strained when the ATFL is sprained
arches in relation of the heel (supination and valgus)
over pronated foot what tendon is strained closed packed position of the ankle
unweighted or weighted (T/F)
ACL and hamstring versus PCL and quad
patella is attached to the IT band via what connective tissue (lateral retinaculum *pic)
manual muscle testing pictures
what two muscles downward rotate the scapula
types of acromion processes and what would be more or less likely to cause a shoulder
nerve injury for serratus ant problem
FOOSH injury and direction of distal radius is colles and smith fracture
what are the angle of the facet joints in the cervical, thoracic, and lumbar spine?
which SP lines up with the vertebrae which line up with the TP in the thoracic spine?
what happens to the neural foramen when you flex or extend the lumbar and cervical spine?
PLL of the lumbar spine
what are the two muscles that contribute to stability of the lumbar spine?
where does most of cervical rotation occur?
what happens during retraction of the cervical spine?
where does the SP of the cervical spine go when you turn your head?
what happens when you flex or extend with the nucleus populsus?
tilting and nodding in terms of the upper cervical spine: where does the occipital condyle go?
(when tilt to the right)
know shape of the TMJ disc and articular surfaces of the TMJ
know where rotation and translation take place in the TMJ
what is the 4:1:1 ratio in TMJ?
what are the positions to avoid with spondylolisthesis? and spinal stenosis
where does the lumbar spine go when you have a over pronated foot?
what is the joint center for cervical flexion and extension?
what is the position of the upper neck when st