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Exam 1: Acute Knee Conditions
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Injury of ____ results in OA changes in _______ of patients after 7-20 years
Females are ___ times likely to suffer a 2nd ACL injury and ____ times more likely to suffer a contralateral injury
There is evidence of central nociplasticity occurring with injury to which structure?
Patient with an ACL injury should not return to sport before ____ months
1. All core and LE mm 4+/5 strength
2. Demonstrate safe and proper alignment while walking, jumping, lunging, etc.
3. 2/10 or less on pain scale with ADLs
What are the 3 important guidelines someone with a patellar dislocation must meet prior to return to sport?
A red flag to consider with patellar sublux/disloc are:
Are patellar sublux/disloc more common in males or females?
It is common to have this anterior pathology bilaterally?
This test will reproduce pain for someone with osgood-schlatter
Repetitive high impact activity
This type of activity leads to osgood schlatter
In patients with osgood-schlatter you may find that the TF joint is ____ and the PF joint is _____
Osgood-schlatter present as tenderness at the:
Low arch, leg length discrepancy, reduced DF
Factors that may contribute to jumper's knee are: (3)
It is important to incorporate these types of exercise prior to RTS in patients with patellar tendinopathy
Sinding Larsen Johansson syndrome affects which patient population
Which MCL band is attached to medial meniscus?
The gold standard of imaging for MCL sprain is:
With an MCL tear it is common to use a short hinged brace for how many weeks?
How many weeks does it take the MCL to heal? (not full tensile strength)
This special test for meniscal tears has the highest sensitivity and specificity
McMurray's test with valgus stress and tibial ER is testing which meniscus?
McMurray's test with varus stress and tibial IR is testing which mensicus?
1. NWB for 6 wks or brace locked in full extension
2. ROM 0-90 only
3. No deep squats for 12 weeks
Precautions for surgical meniscal repair: (3)
It is common to have this ligamentous injury with a PLC injury?
Posterolateral corner (PLC)
The dial test and posterolateral drawer test are used to test for which type of injury?
Early management of PLC injury involves using a short hinged brace for _____ weeks
Important late PT management of PLC is to build strength in lateral hamstring and gastroc to control ____ moments are the knee
Patients with ITB syndrome may present with this gait pattern
Noble compression test
3 special tests used to rule in/out ITB syndrome include:
To manage ITB syndrome it is important to encourage a reduction in:
____ % of PCL injuries in the ED were combined with other ligaments
Quadriceps strengthening and re-establishing firm end feel with posterior drawe
Main emphasis with PCL rehab is: (2 things)
0-90, 2 weeks
With non surgical repair of the PCL, it is important ROM is limited to _____ for _____ weeks
Less stress is placed not he PCL in _______ deg of knee flexion
Posterior drawer test
3 special tests used for PCL injuries are:
Special tests used to detect meniscal tears include:
Quad strength is restored
It is important for patients with PCL injuries to only return to sport when:
For functional strength testing (SL hop, 6m timed hop, etc.) it is indicated that patients should score _______% on the tests to reduce risk of reinjury
Full symmetrical ROM
Adequate quads strength
Walking and running without abnormal movement
Little to no joint effusion or pain
ACL rupture rehab goals include: (4)
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