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97 terms
NPTE Integumentary physical therapy
Functions of Skin (6)
5 layers of epidermis
Stratum cornuem
Stratum lucidum
1. Protection ... 2. Insulation ... 3. Maintenance of homeostasis:…
1. Stratum corneum... 2. Stratum lucidum ... 3. Stratum granulosum…
1st layer of epidermis... -shingle-like dead cells are filled wi…
2nd layer of epidermis ... formed from dead cells and only occur…
Functions of Skin (6)
1. Protection ... 2. Insulation ... 3. Maintenance of homeostasis:…
5 layers of epidermis
1. Stratum corneum... 2. Stratum lucidum ... 3. Stratum granulosum…
53 terms
NPTE Pulmonary Physical Therapy
Right lung
Left Lung
Tidal Volume
Inspiratory reserve volume
3 lobes, 10 segments... oblique and horizontal fissures
2 lobs, 8 segments... single oblique fissure
volume of gas inhaled (or exhaled) during a normal resting br…
volume of gas that can be inhaled beyond a normal resting tid…
Right lung
3 lobes, 10 segments... oblique and horizontal fissures
Left Lung
2 lobs, 8 segments... single oblique fissure
38 terms
NPTE: Neuromuscular Physical Therapy
What areas does the frontal lobe consi…
What are the functions of the precentr…
What are the functions of the prefront…
What are the functions of Broca's area?
1. Precentral gyrus... 2. Prefrontal cortex... 3. Broca's area
Primary motor cortex for voluntary muscle activation
Prefrontal cortex: controls emotions and judgments
Controls the motor aspects of speech
What areas does the frontal lobe consi…
1. Precentral gyrus... 2. Prefrontal cortex... 3. Broca's area
What are the functions of the precentr…
Primary motor cortex for voluntary muscle activation
78 terms
NPTE - Cardiopulm - Physical Therapy procedural interventions
Overload principle
Specificity principle
Aerobic exercise prescription: indicat…
Aerobic exercise prescription: mode
To improve its function, a tissue or organ must be exposed to…
Long-term adaptations to the metabolic and physiologic system…
-dec'd cardiorespiratory endurance ... -primary and secondary pr…
Rhythmic activities that use large muscle groups and performe…
Overload principle
To improve its function, a tissue or organ must be exposed to…
Specificity principle
Long-term adaptations to the metabolic and physiologic system…
Physical therapy diagnosis
the rotator cuff
a cuff
strenght
the shoulder
la coiffe des rotateurs (ensemble des 4 muscles de l'épaule)
une manche, manchette, revers
la force, la vigueur
l'épaule
the rotator cuff
la coiffe des rotateurs (ensemble des 4 muscles de l'épaule)
a cuff
une manche, manchette, revers
Physical therapy diagnosis
the rotator cuff
a cuff
strength
to lie on the side
la coiffe des rotateurs (ensemble des quatre muscles de l'épa…
une manche, manchette, revers
la force, la vigueur
être couché sur le côté
the rotator cuff
la coiffe des rotateurs (ensemble des quatre muscles de l'épa…
a cuff
une manche, manchette, revers
62 terms
Physical Therapy Diagnosis
the rotator cuff
a cuff
strength
the shoulder
la coiffe des rotateurs
une manche, manchette, revers
la force, la vigueur
l'épaule
the rotator cuff
la coiffe des rotateurs
a cuff
une manche, manchette, revers
9 terms
Physical Therapy Procedural Interventions - CP - NPTE Review
Aerobic Exercise Prescription - indica…
Aerobic Exercise Prescription - Proced…
Overload
Specificity
Reduced cardiorespiratory endurance, primary and secondary pr…
Two main principles: overload and specificity
to improve its function, a tissue or organ must be exposed to…
Long-term adaptations to the metabolic and physiologic system…
Aerobic Exercise Prescription - indica…
Reduced cardiorespiratory endurance, primary and secondary pr…
Aerobic Exercise Prescription - Proced…
Two main principles: overload and specificity
78 terms
NPTE - Cardiopulm - Physical Therapy procedural interventions
Overload principle
Specificity principle
Aerobic exercise prescription: indicat…
Aerobic exercise prescription: mode
To improve its function, a tissue or organ must be exposed to…
Long-term adaptations to the metabolic and physiologic system…
-dec'd cardiorespiratory endurance ... -primary and secondary pr…
Rhythmic activities that use large muscle groups and performe…
Overload principle
To improve its function, a tissue or organ must be exposed to…
Specificity principle
Long-term adaptations to the metabolic and physiologic system…
21 terms
Physical Therapy CP Tests and Measures - NPTE Review
Angina pain scale 1
Angina pain scale 2
Angina pain scale 3
Angina pain scale 4
Mild, barely noticeable
Moderate, bothersome
Moderately severe, very uncomfortable
Most severe or intense pain ever experienced
Angina pain scale 1
Mild, barely noticeable
Angina pain scale 2
Moderate, bothersome
17 terms
Lecture 1: Physical Therapy Diagnosis
adaptation
context-dependent switching
de-novo learning
Skilled Performance
running the coordinative structure
practiced adaptation
taking old components new spd
Achieve a goal by... - accurately (successful)... - consistently (r…
adaptation
running the coordinative structure
context-dependent switching
practiced adaptation
61 terms
W6 :Physical Therapy Diagnosis
the rotator cuff
a cuff
strength
the shoulder
la coiffe des rotateurs ( ensemble des quatres muscles de l'é…
une manche, manchette, revers
la force, la vigueur
l'épaule
the rotator cuff
la coiffe des rotateurs ( ensemble des quatres muscles de l'é…
a cuff
une manche, manchette, revers
66 terms
W6: Physical Therapy Diagnosis
the rotator cuff
cuff
strength
shoulder
la coiffe des rotateurs
manche
force/vigueur
épaule
the rotator cuff
la coiffe des rotateurs
cuff
manche
45 terms
M&A: "Differential Diagnosis in Physical Therapy" by Goodman and Snyder
sclerotome
diagnosis
Correct order of the 5 or 6 elements o…
Evaluation
an area of bone innervated by a single spinal nerve and its b…
a label encompassing a cluster of signs and symptoms commonly…
examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, intervention,…
a dynamic process in which the physical therapist makes clini…
sclerotome
an area of bone innervated by a single spinal nerve and its b…
diagnosis
a label encompassing a cluster of signs and symptoms commonly…
61 terms
physical therapy diagnosis- rotato cuff strength
la coiffe des rotateurs
une manche
la force
l'épaule
the rotator cuff
a cuff
strength
the shoulder
la coiffe des rotateurs
the rotator cuff
une manche
a cuff
15 terms
S6 : Physical therapy diagnosis - Trunk sidebending
The trunk
Sidebending
A physical therapist
To assess
Le tronc
La flexion latérale
Un kinésithérapeute
Évaluer, mesurer
The trunk
Le tronc
Sidebending
La flexion latérale
26 terms
S6 : Physical therapy diagnosis - Shoulder stabilisation
Six-way
A Thera band
Rubber
To pick up
De six manières
Une bande thérapeutique
Du caoutchouc
Acheter
Six-way
De six manières
A Thera band
Une bande thérapeutique
45 terms
M&A: "Differential Diagnosis in Physical Therapy" by Goodman and Snyder
sclerotome
diagnosis
Correct order of the 5 or 6 elements o…
Evaluation
an area of bone innervated by a single spinal nerve and its b…
a label encompassing a cluster of signs and symptoms commonly…
examination, evaluation, diagnosis, prognosis, intervention,…
a dynamic process in which the physical therapist makes clini…
sclerotome
an area of bone innervated by a single spinal nerve and its b…
diagnosis
a label encompassing a cluster of signs and symptoms commonly…
21 terms
S6 : Physical therapy diagnosis - Rotator cuff strength
The rotator cuff
A cuff
Strength
The shoulder
La coiffe des rotateurs
Une manche, manchette, revers
Force
L'épaule
The rotator cuff
La coiffe des rotateurs
A cuff
Une manche, manchette, revers
43 terms
NPTE - Muscle Action
TMJ Depress
TMJ Elevation
TMJ Protrusion
TMJ Retraction
Lateral pteryoid, Suprahyoid, Infrahyoid
Medial pterygoid, Masseter, Temporalis
Lateral pterygoid, Medial pterygoid, Masseter
Masseter, Temporalis, Digastric
TMJ Depress
Lateral pteryoid, Suprahyoid, Infrahyoid
TMJ Elevation
Medial pterygoid, Masseter, Temporalis
341 terms
NPTE
J point
ST segement
karvonen
Heart Block Mobitz 1
End of S segment, deflection from horizontal to vertical, loo…
ST segment depression represents ischemia, ST elevation usual…
.6-.8(Max-resting HR) + resting
Bradychardia, usually a block a the AV node lengthened P-R
J point
End of S segment, deflection from horizontal to vertical, loo…
ST segement
ST segment depression represents ischemia, ST elevation usual…
290 terms
NPTE
PNS injury: Spinal Accessory n
PNS injury: Long Thoracic N
PNS Injury: Suprascapular N
PNS Injury: Axillary n
1) inability to abd 2) pain in shld with abd
1) inability to flex ext arm 2) winging >90 fwrd flex 3) pain…
1) shld weakness 2) pain with shld flex, scap abd, contralat…
1) inability to abd arm (neutral rot)
PNS injury: Spinal Accessory n
1) inability to abd 2) pain in shld with abd
PNS injury: Long Thoracic N
1) inability to flex ext arm 2) winging >90 fwrd flex 3) pain…
30 terms
Physical Therapy Orthopedic CPR
Lumbar Manipulation
Cervical Myelopathy
Cervical Radiculopathy
Secondary Shoulder Impingement
1. Pain< 16 days... 2. No symptoms distal to the knee... 3. FABQ(wo…
1. Gait deviation... 2. Hoffman'sTest... 3. Inverted supinator sign…
1. + ULTTA... 2. Cervica lRotation (involved) < 60 deg... 3. Spurli…
1. Hawkins-Kennedy... 2. Painful Arc Sign... 3, Infraspinatus Muscl…
Lumbar Manipulation
1. Pain< 16 days... 2. No symptoms distal to the knee... 3. FABQ(wo…
Cervical Myelopathy
1. Gait deviation... 2. Hoffman'sTest... 3. Inverted supinator sign…
64 terms
HOSA Physical Therapy- Musculoskeletal
dysfunction
Range of Motion (ROM)
Bursitis
Bursae
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
movement at a joint
inflammation of bursae; commonly occurs at the shoulder to th…
fluid-filled sacs throughout the body that decrease friction…
dysfunction
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
Range of Motion (ROM)
movement at a joint
1,749 terms
Neuromuscular NPTE
Meniere's disease
BPPV
Optimal positions for ventilation of a…
Semi-Fowler's position
chronic vestibular disorder characterized by nausea and vomit…
episodic vertigo, nausea, blurred vision and autonomic change…
Supine, HOB flat
head is raised between 15-45 degree
Meniere's disease
chronic vestibular disorder characterized by nausea and vomit…
BPPV
episodic vertigo, nausea, blurred vision and autonomic change…
93 terms
NPTE - Pediatrics (from IER)
Developmental sequence: Newborn to 1 m…
Developmental sequence: 2 months
Developmental sequence: 3 months
Developmental sequence: 4 months
Physiological flexion, Hand fisted with indwelling thumb, ... N…
Responds to friendly handling, social smile... Prone:... Head ele…
Coos, chuckles, hands more open, visually follows through 180…
Bilateral reaching with forearm pronated when trunk supported…
Developmental sequence: Newborn to 1 m…
Physiological flexion, Hand fisted with indwelling thumb, ... N…
Developmental sequence: 2 months
Responds to friendly handling, social smile... Prone:... Head ele…
85 terms
NPTE - Neuromuscular
The anterior and lateral spinothalamic…
What sensation does the spinoreticular…
Are the medial and lateral vestibulosp…
Where does the rubrospinal tract origi…
Lissauer's tract... crude touch... temperature
deep chronic pain
descending... muscle tone, antigravity muscles, postural reflexes
Red nucleus
The anterior and lateral spinothalamic…
Lissauer's tract... crude touch... temperature
What sensation does the spinoreticular…
deep chronic pain
100 terms
NPTE - Pulmonary chapter (from IER and Scorebuilders)
Angle of Louis
True ribs
False ribs
Floating ribs
Sternal angle... Bony ridge between the manubrium and body... Poi…
1-6
7-10... (share costochondral attachments)
11 & 12
Angle of Louis
Sternal angle... Bony ridge between the manubrium and body... Poi…
True ribs
1-6
59 terms
NPTE - Geriatrics (from IER)
Exercise intensity
Strength training intensity
Prebyopia
Cataracts
Gradually increase intensity to avoid injury... Adequate warm-u…
High intensity (70-80% 1RM) produce quicker, more predictable…
Loss of vision in middle and older ages... Characterized by ina…
Clouding of lens due to protein changes... Central loss first
Exercise intensity
Gradually increase intensity to avoid injury... Adequate warm-u…
Strength training intensity
High intensity (70-80% 1RM) produce quicker, more predictable…
74 terms
NPTE - Cardiovascular conditions
Coronary artery disease (CAD)
Coronary artery disease (CAD): Atheros…
Syndromes of CAD: Angina
Syndromes of CAD: Angina: Types
Atherosclerotic disease process which narrows lumen of corona…
Disease of moderate and large arteries... Thickening of intimal…
Substernal chest pain/pressure... Levine sign: Patient clenches…
Stable: ... Classic exertional... Occurs at predictable rate-pres…
Coronary artery disease (CAD)
Atherosclerotic disease process which narrows lumen of corona…
Coronary artery disease (CAD): Atheros…
Disease of moderate and large arteries... Thickening of intimal…
58 terms
NPTE - Therapeutic Exercise and some musculo stuff (from IER)
Type I muscle fiber
Type IIa muscle fiber
Type IIb muscle fiber
Muscle fiber order of recruitment
Slow twich fiber... Slow contraction speed... Low force productio…
Fast twitch fiber... Fast contraction speed... Fatigue resistant…
Fast twitch fiber... Fast contraction speed... High force product…
ST, FT IIa, FT IIb
Type I muscle fiber
Slow twich fiber... Slow contraction speed... Low force productio…
Type IIa muscle fiber
Fast twitch fiber... Fast contraction speed... Fatigue resistant…
64 terms
HOSA Physical Therapy- Musculoskeletal
dysfunction
Range of Motion (ROM)
Bursitis
Bursae
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
movement at a joint
inflammation of bursae; commonly occurs at the shoulder to th…
fluid-filled sacs throughout the body that decrease friction…
dysfunction
any functional disability; PT determines the cause and extent…
Range of Motion (ROM)
movement at a joint
19 terms
NPTE: Interventions for musculoskeletal conditions (from IER)
Acute Condition: Acute Phase
Acute Condition: Subacute Phase
Acute Condition: Functional restoratio…
Chronic Condition
a) Immobilization, 1-2 days bed rest (slings, corsets, taping…
a) Avoid irritation... 1. Modify activities... 2. Modify use of e…
a) Maintain or return to optimum level of patient function... b…
a) Determine possible causitive factors (abnormal remodeling…
Acute Condition: Acute Phase
a) Immobilization, 1-2 days bed rest (slings, corsets, taping…
Acute Condition: Subacute Phase
a) Avoid irritation... 1. Modify activities... 2. Modify use of e…
92 terms
NPTE Mnemonics
Deep tendon reflexes:... One, two-- buckl…
Atrioventricular valves... "LAB RAT":
Cubital Fossa Content... "Really Need Boo…
Flexor digitorum muscles: how they ins…
S1,2 = ankle jerk... L3,4 = knee jerk... C5,6 = biceps and brachior…
Left Atrium: Bicuspid... Right Atrium: Tricuspid
• From lateral to medial:... Radial Nerve... Biceps Tendon... Brachial…
Superficialis Splits in two,... To Permit Profundus Passing thro…
Deep tendon reflexes:... One, two-- buckl…
S1,2 = ankle jerk... L3,4 = knee jerk... C5,6 = biceps and brachior…
Atrioventricular valves... "LAB RAT":
Left Atrium: Bicuspid... Right Atrium: Tricuspid
88 terms
NPTE: Cardio/Pulm
Normal pH, whole blood
Normal SaO2 Value
When does a person usually require sup…
Normal adult value for WBCs?
7.35-7.45
> or equal to 95%
When SaO2 value is less than 88-90% or PaO2 < 58 mmHg
5,000-10,000 cells/mm^3
Normal pH, whole blood
7.35-7.45
Normal SaO2 Value
> or equal to 95%
100 terms
NPTE - (6) Cardiovascular - Cardiovascular rehabilitation
Exercise Tolerance Test (ETT) (Graded…
Exercise Tolerance Test (ETT) (Graded…
Exercise Tolerance Test (ETT) (Graded…
Exercise Tolerance Test (ETT) (Graded…
Determine physiological responses during a measured exercise…
Assistes in the diagnosis of suspected or established cardiov…
Treadmill/ergometer: Allows for precise parameters... Step test…
Defined by target end-point HR... AAMHR: 220-age = ... AAMHR: 208…
Exercise Tolerance Test (ETT) (Graded…
Determine physiological responses during a measured exercise…
Exercise Tolerance Test (ETT) (Graded…
Assistes in the diagnosis of suspected or established cardiov…
66 terms
NPTE Pharmacology
NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammator…
COX-2 Inhibitors
Tylenol (Acetominophen)
Disease-modifying antirheumatic drugs…
Most commonly prescribed drug for musculoskeletal pain. Analg…
less GI irritation than NSAIDs. May have secondary relationsh…
Rx when NSAIDs not recommended. Analgesic, antipyretic effect…
Slow/stop rheumatic disease progression. Modify and inhibit p…
NSAIDs (Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammator…
Most commonly prescribed drug for musculoskeletal pain. Analg…
COX-2 Inhibitors
less GI irritation than NSAIDs. May have secondary relationsh…
100 terms
NPTE: Physical Agents
conduction
Convection
Radiation
Evaporation (heat of vaporization)
heat transfer from a warmer object to a cooler object by mean…
Heat transfer by movement of air or fluid from a warmer area…
transfer of heat from a warmer object to a cooler object by m…
highly volitile liquids that evaporate rapidly on contact wit…
conduction
heat transfer from a warmer object to a cooler object by mean…
Convection
Heat transfer by movement of air or fluid from a warmer area…
463 terms
NPTE - (1) Cardiopulmonary - Complete Overview
apex
base
endocardium
epicardium
the lowest part of the heart
the upper part of the heart
the endothelial tissue that lines the INTERIOR of the heart c…
the serous layer of the pericardium.
apex
the lowest part of the heart
base
the upper part of the heart
93 terms
NPTE - Pediatrics (p. 208 - 215)
Developmental sequence: Newborn to 1 m…
Developmental sequence: 2 months
Developmental sequence: 3 months
Developmental sequence: 4 months
Physiological flexion, Hand fisted with indwelling thumb, ... Ne…
Responds to friendly handling, social smile... Prone:... Head ele…
Coos, chuckles, hands more open, visually follows through 180…
Bilateral reaching with forearm pronated when trunk supported…
Developmental sequence: Newborn to 1 m…
Physiological flexion, Hand fisted with indwelling thumb, ... Ne…
Developmental sequence: 2 months
Responds to friendly handling, social smile... Prone:... Head ele…
51 terms
Chapter 6 Other systems Therapy Ed NPTE
HIV/AIDs exercise recommendations
name the 2 criteria and the 8 symptoms…
chronic fatigue syndrome exercise reco…
fibromyalgia characteristics
-postpone exercise testing during acute infections... -frequency…
must have 2:... 1.new onset of persistent or relapsing fatigue;m…
1.aerobic exercise like walking... -intensity: low to moderate l…
1.myalgia... 2.generalized aching... 3.sleep disturbances... 4.multipl…
HIV/AIDs exercise recommendations
-postpone exercise testing during acute infections... -frequency…
name the 2 criteria and the 8 symptoms…
must have 2:... 1.new onset of persistent or relapsing fatigue;m…
432 terms
Physical Diagnosis: Exam 2 (combo set with EENT, Cardiovascular, Respiratory, Axilla & quizzes associated with those)
Vestibule
Wharton's ducts
Stenson's ducts
Dysphagia
Space between teeth and cheeks
On either side of the frenulum, are the openings of the subma…
Openings for the parotid gland are located lateral to the pos…
Difficulty swallowing
Vestibule
Space between teeth and cheeks
Wharton's ducts
On either side of the frenulum, are the openings of the subma…
90 terms
Physical Therapy - Important Muscles & Terms
deltoid
pectoralis major
coracobrachialis
brachialis
- When all its fibers contract the deltoid is the prime mover…
The pectoralis major has four actions which are primarily res…
-the smallest of the three muscles that attach to the coracoi…
-lies deep to the biceps, but synergistically assists the bic…
deltoid
- When all its fibers contract the deltoid is the prime mover…
pectoralis major
The pectoralis major has four actions which are primarily res…
176 terms
NPTE - (1) Neuroanatomy: CNS
The CNS consists of:
The Brain consists of:
The Brainstem is composed of:
Gray Matter:
*Brain... *Spinal Cord
*Forebrain... *Midbrain... *Hindbrain
*Midbrain... *Pons... *Medulla oblongata
Consists of unmyelinated neurons and contains capillaries, gl…
The CNS consists of:
*Brain... *Spinal Cord
The Brain consists of:
*Forebrain... *Midbrain... *Hindbrain
126 terms
NPTE - (5) Other Systems - Metabolic and Endocrine Systems
Metabolic systems key functions includ…
Inherited Metabolic Disorders: Phenylk…
Inherited Metabolic Disorders: Phenylk…
Inherited Metabolic Disorders: Phenylk…
-Breakdown of the bodies compounds to generate energy. ... -Proc…
- Autosomal recessive trait... - mental retardation, behavior an…
- gait disturbances... - hyperactivity ... - pychoses... - lighter col…
- good... - dietary avoidance of phenylalanine
Metabolic systems key functions includ…
-Breakdown of the bodies compounds to generate energy. ... -Proc…
Inherited Metabolic Disorders: Phenylk…
- Autosomal recessive trait... - mental retardation, behavior an…
16 terms
Chapter 8 Geriatrics Therapy Ed NPTE
describe Medicare Part A
describe Medicare Part B
describe Medicaid
list the medicare requirements for phy…
-hospital insurance for healthy people >65 yrs, or disabled p…
-medical insurance for healthy people >65 yrs, or disabled pe…
-federal/state funding... -covers long term care of frail and ag…
-must be prescribed by a physician... -condition must be expecte…
describe Medicare Part A
-hospital insurance for healthy people >65 yrs, or disabled p…
describe Medicare Part B
-medical insurance for healthy people >65 yrs, or disabled pe…
65 terms
NPTE - Gait (from IER and Scorebuilders)
Traditional Gait Cycle: Heel strike
Traditional Gait Cycle: Foot flat
Traditional Gait Cycle: Midstance
Traditional Gait Cycle: Heel off
Point when heel contacts ground... Quads absorb shock, DFs de…
Point when sole of the foot is makes contact with the ground.…
Point at which full body weight is taken by limb.... Hip/knee…
After midstance as heel leaves the ground.... PF peak activit…
Traditional Gait Cycle: Heel strike
Point when heel contacts ground... Quads absorb shock, DFs de…
Traditional Gait Cycle: Foot flat
Point when sole of the foot is makes contact with the ground.…
Neuromuscular Physical Therapy
Fasciculations
Meningitis
Encephalitis
Brain abscess
spontaneous contractions of all or most of the fibers in a mo…
Inflammation of the membranes of the spinal cord or brain cau…
Severe infection and inflammation of the brain caused by arbo…
Infectious process in which there is a collection of pyogenic…
Fasciculations
spontaneous contractions of all or most of the fibers in a mo…
Meningitis
Inflammation of the membranes of the spinal cord or brain cau…
39 terms
Physical Therapy for Pediatric Conditions
Anencephaly
Cerebral palsy (CP)
Autism
Club foot
A form of neural tube defect that results from a lack of the…
Group of conditions caused by a non-progressive lesion on the…
A neural developmental disorder characterized by impairments…
Disorder in which the foot is turned inward and slanted upward
Anencephaly
A form of neural tube defect that results from a lack of the…
Cerebral palsy (CP)
Group of conditions caused by a non-progressive lesion on the…
13 terms
Physical Therapy Assistant
Shoulder complex
Sternoclavicular Joint
Acromioclavicular joint (AC)
Glenohumeral joint (GH)
consists of four separate articulations
Composed of the clavicle articulating with the manubrium of t…
composed of the lateral end of the clavicle articulating with…
(ball and socket) round head of the humerus articulates with…
Shoulder complex
consists of four separate articulations
Sternoclavicular Joint
Composed of the clavicle articulating with the manubrium of t…
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