Kines Exam 2: T/S (me)

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rot and contralat flexcoupled motions of the lower t/s?post convexity and ant flattensipsilat rib distortion has..ant convexity and post flattenscontralat rib distortion has..ant, flexline of gravity is ______ and promotes _______erector spinae and multifidithoracolumbar fascia surrounds..compression/stabilitythoracolumbar fascia functionlatissimus dorsi and gluteus maximusthoracolumbar fascia tendons..longissimus thoracis, iliocostalis lumborumwhat are the deep erector spinae muscles?extensions ipsilat flex produce shear and compressionwhat are the movements of the longissimus thoracis and iliocostalis lumborum?when the longissimus thoracis and iliocostalis lumborum perform full flexion it loses the ability to create..posterior shearaxis of rotlongissimus thoracis and iliocostalis lumborum lie close to the...spine is unstablewhen the longissimus thoracis and iliocostalis lumborum is flexed..primary extensor and lat flexsuperficial erector spinae layer motions?condition in which, when the spine is in full flexion, the spinal extensor muscles relax and the flexion torque is supported by the spinal ligaments • extensors contract through 2/3 ROM in forward flexion • last 1/3 from passive elastic control • therefore rely on passivve structuresflexion relaxation phenomenonstabilizeres *allow small corrections*multifidiproprioceptiveintertransversarii/rotatoresrib hump on side of convexity ex. right scoliosis = R rib hump. L lat flex, R rotscoliosistrue ribs attached to the sternumribs 1-7 are..false ribs, attach via superior rib costocartilageribs 8-10 are..floating ribs, no anterior attachment axis of rot closer to frontal planeribs 11-12 are..convex on concave rotT1-T6flat, glidingT7-T10no articulationT11-T121,10,11,12costovertebral articulation is most mobile in which ribs?types and angles of articulations movement of manubiosternum elasticity of costal cartilagesmovement depends on..frontal plane, movement in sagittal planefor upper ribs axis of rot closer to..sagittal plane, movement in frontal planefor lower ribs axis of rot closer to..costotransverse jt; cartilaginous jt1st rib movement at which jtsuperiorly and posteriorly1st rib move..ribs 2-7which ribs are considered pump handle?moves superior and anterior; incr AP diameterpump handle moves..ribs 8-10which ribs are considered bucket handle?more laterally; incr lat diameterbucket handle moves..ribscostal fibers of the diaphragm attach to the..L1-L3crural fibers of the diaphragm attach from..descendsduring inspiration the diaphragm..abdominal pressureinspiration increases..bucket handle of ribsinspiration causes..ribcageexternal intercostals lift the..superiorly to inferiorlyexternal intercostals recruited...first 2 ribsscalene elevate..flattens; pulls ribs in, barrel chestwhat happens to the diaphragm when someone has COPD?accessory muscles: scalenes (overuse due to end range inspiration), SCM, *pec maj and min*when breathing, pts w/ COPD use what muscles?no (anything belower 25 s is dysfunctional)for the functional residual capacity test if you can hold for 25 seconds, do you have a breathing dysfunction?breathing dysfunction possiblehow would you interpret a score of 2 or 3 on the mini breathing questionnaire?some deficits possiblehow would you interpret a score of 1 on the mini breathing questionnaire?optimal breathing/no dysfunctionhow would you interpret a score of 0 on the mini breathing questionnaire?breathing dysfunction ruled outif you are negative on the mini breathing questionnaire and functional residual capacity test what does that mean?