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RHS 3301 - exam 4 practice questions
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Internal rotation of the GH joint is performed by the
The coracoclavicular divides into the following 2 ligaments:
Trapezoid and conoid
Which of the following ligaments restrict GH external rotation?
A. GH ligaments
C. Coracohumeral ligaments
The purpose(s) of the coracoacromial arch is
B. Restraint against superior translation of the humeral head
C. Restraint against anterior translation of the humeral head
Which of the following perform scapular protraction?
Which of the following perform scapular upward rotation?
Which of the following includes a joint disc as a shock absorber to stresses imposed on the joint?
Anterior translation of the humeral head is restricted by the
Which of the following describes the ratio between GH elevation and upward scapular rotation from 90 to 180 degrees of shoulder abduction?
Which of the following describes the ratio between GH elevation and upward scapular rotation from 30 to 90 degrees of shoulder abduction?
The space between the superior GH joint and coracoacromial ligament contains
A. Supraspinatus tendon
D. Superior capsule
E. Long head of biceps tendon
A patient that exhibits a painful arc during abduction will usually experience pain in which of the following ranges?
Between 120° and 180°
Inspection of the lateral structures of the shoulder complex includes
Position of humeral head compared bilaterally
Which of the following is the most common mechanism of injury of an SC joint sprain?
A patient complaining of a vague history of pain in the shoulder should be evaluated for which condition FIRST?
Cervical nerve root pathology
A Bankart lesion is characterized by a
Defect in the glenoid labrum
Three structures that can be pathologically involved in an impingement syndrome are
Supraspinatus tendon, biceps tendon, subacromial bursa
Scapular winging is due to injury to the
Long thoracic nerve
Pain during the follow-through phase of the pitching motion is commonly associated with
Rotator cuff pathology
Partial thickness tears most commonly occur in which rotator cuff muscle?
A Bankart lesion is formed when ________ ligament pulls off with a portion of the labrum.
Inferior GH ligament
Which of the following injuries would be a result of untreated rotator cuff impingement?
A positive finding from Speed's test is pain at the:
Even though both tests are performed in a similar manner, the distraction test assesses for _________, while the sulcus sign assesses for _________
AC joint hypermobility, GH joint hypermobility
The empty can test is used to evaluate the presence of a pathology to the
The Gerber lift-off test assesses weakness of the ________________ muscle.
A "separated" shoulder is a common name for which injury?
GH instability is caused by
A. Labral tear
B. Ligamentous pathology
C. Muscular weakness
Pain with the Yergason's special test indicates
Bicipital Groove Pathology
Which two tests can be used to evaluate posterior GH instability?
Jerk test and posterior apprehension test
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