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Sports Medicine chapter 20
Main artery carrying blood to the knee
two nerves that carry impulses to the…
In the McMurray stress test, if the ti…
If a positive anterior drawer test occ…
Popiteal nerve
Tibial nerve and peroneal nerve
Lateral tears
15 degrees and 30 degrees
Main artery carrying blood to the knee
Popiteal nerve
two nerves that carry impulses to the…
Tibial nerve and peroneal nerve
50 terms
Chapter 20 Sports Medicine Vocabulary
Anatomical snuffbox
Baseball (mallet) finger
Boutonniere deformity
boxerś fracture
A depression on side/back of the hand, just beneath the thumb…
An injury to the finger resulting from taring of the finger t…
A tear of the extensor tendon of the PIP joint,at the middle…
A break in the fifth metacarpal leading to the little finger.
Anatomical snuffbox
A depression on side/back of the hand, just beneath the thumb…
Baseball (mallet) finger
An injury to the finger resulting from taring of the finger t…
34 terms
Sports Medicine Vocabulary Chapter 20
Anatomical snuffbox
Baseball (mallet) finger
Boutonnière deformity
Boxer's fracture
a depression on side/back of the hand, just beneath the thumb…
an injury to the finger resulting from tearing of the finger…
a tear of the extensor tendon of the PIP joint, at the middle…
a break in the fifth metacarpal leading to the little finger
Anatomical snuffbox
a depression on side/back of the hand, just beneath the thumb…
Baseball (mallet) finger
an injury to the finger resulting from tearing of the finger…
20 terms
Chapter 20 Sports Medicine
Annulus Fibrosus
Erector Spinae
Number of cervical vertebrae
Number of thoracic vertebrae
Strong fibrous portion of disk
Back extension
7
12
Annulus Fibrosus
Strong fibrous portion of disk
Erector Spinae
Back extension
21 terms
Sports Medicine: Chapter 20
Prophylactic Strapping means _________…
Tape should be removed by pulling quic…
The best stabilization is achieved whe…
T or F: Scissors are not usually used…
Preventive Taping
180
applied directly to the skin
False
Prophylactic Strapping means _________…
Preventive Taping
Tape should be removed by pulling quic…
180
20 terms
Chapter 20 Sports Medicine
Aerobic exercises
Anaerobic exercises
Body mass index BMI
Ergonomics
cardiovascular in nature, where fat loss or muscle toning is…
directed toward increasing muscle mass
measures the relationship between weight and height
process of designing work ares and devices to accommodate hum…
Aerobic exercises
cardiovascular in nature, where fat loss or muscle toning is…
Anaerobic exercises
directed toward increasing muscle mass
20 terms
Chapter 20 Sports Medicine
Aerobic Exercises
Anaerobic Exercises
Body Mass Index (BMI)
Ergonomics
cardiovascular in nature, where fat loss or muscle toning is…
directed toward increasing muscle mass
measures the relationship between height and weight; the high…
process of designing work areas and devices to accommodate hu…
Aerobic Exercises
cardiovascular in nature, where fat loss or muscle toning is…
Anaerobic Exercises
directed toward increasing muscle mass
18 terms
Chapter 20- Sports Medicine
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Body mass index (BMT)
Ergonomics
A type of exercise that is cardiovascular in nature. In aerob…
A type of exercise directed toward increasing muscle mass.
A measurement of the relationship between weight and height.…
The process of designing work areas and devices to accommodat…
Aerobic
A type of exercise that is cardiovascular in nature. In aerob…
Anaerobic
A type of exercise directed toward increasing muscle mass.
20 terms
Chapter 20 Sports Medicine
Aerobic exercises
Anaerobic exercises
Body mass index BMI
Ergonomics
cardiovascular in nature, where fat loss or muscle toning is…
directed toward increasing muscle mass
measures the relationship between weight and height
process of designing work ares and devices to accommodate hum…
Aerobic exercises
cardiovascular in nature, where fat loss or muscle toning is…
Anaerobic exercises
directed toward increasing muscle mass
34 terms
Sports Medicine Chapter 20
humerus
radius
ulna
olecranon bursitis
the bone of the upper arm
the bone on the thumb side of the forearm
the bone of the inner forearm
inflammation of the bursa located over the olecranon process…
humerus
the bone of the upper arm
radius
the bone on the thumb side of the forearm
18 terms
Chapter 20- Sports Medicine
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Body mass index (BMT)
Ergonomics
A type of exercise that is cardiovascular in nature. In aerob…
A type of exercise directed toward increasing muscle mass.
A measurement of the relationship between weight and height.…
The process of designing work areas and devices to accommodat…
Aerobic
A type of exercise that is cardiovascular in nature. In aerob…
Anaerobic
A type of exercise directed toward increasing muscle mass.
18 terms
Chapter 20: Sports Medicine
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Body Mass Index (BMI)
Ergonomics
A type of exercise that is cardiovascular in nature and the f…
A type of exercise directed toward increasing muscle mass.
A measurement of the relationship between weight and height.…
The process of designing work areas and devices to accommodat…
Aerobic
A type of exercise that is cardiovascular in nature and the f…
Anaerobic
A type of exercise directed toward increasing muscle mass.
18 terms
Chapter 20: Sports Medicine
Aerobic
Anaerobic
Body Mass Index (BMI)
Ergonomics
A type of exercise that is cardiovascular in nature and the f…
A type of exercise directed toward increasing muscle mass.
A measurement of the relationship between weight and height.…
The process of designing work areas and devices to accommodat…
Aerobic
A type of exercise that is cardiovascular in nature and the f…
Anaerobic
A type of exercise directed toward increasing muscle mass.
44 terms
Sports Medicine chapter 20
Main artery carrying blood to the knee
two nerves that carry impulses to the…
In the McMurray stress test, if the ti…
If a positive anterior drawer test occ…
Popiteal nerve
Tibial nerve and peroneal nerve
Lateral tears
15 degrees and 30 degrees
Main artery carrying blood to the knee
Popiteal nerve
two nerves that carry impulses to the…
Tibial nerve and peroneal nerve
35 terms
Sports medicine chapter 20
Emergency procedures & assessment
Respiratory arrest
Cardiac arrest
Shock
1. Mechanism of injury ... 2. A history (past or present) ... 3. Pr…
Breathing stops
Heart stops
When the body's internal organs start to shut of
Emergency procedures & assessment
1. Mechanism of injury ... 2. A history (past or present) ... 3. Pr…
Respiratory arrest
Breathing stops
34 terms
Chapter 20 Sports Medicine Vocabulary
Anatomical snuffbox
Baseball (mallet) finger
Boutonniere deformity
boxerś fracture
A depression on side/back of the hand, just beneath the thumb…
An injury to the finger resulting from taring of the finger t…
A tear of the extensor tendon of the PIP joint,at the middle…
A break in the fifth metacarpal leading to the little finger.
Anatomical snuffbox
A depression on side/back of the hand, just beneath the thumb…
Baseball (mallet) finger
An injury to the finger resulting from taring of the finger t…
31 terms
Chapter 20 Sports Medicine Vocabulary
Baseball (mallet) finger
Boutonniere deformity
boxers fracture
carpals
An injury to the finger resulting from taring of the finger t…
A tear of the extensor tendon of the PIP joint,at the middle…
A break in the fifth metacarpal leading to the little finger.
The eight bones that make up the wrist.
Baseball (mallet) finger
An injury to the finger resulting from taring of the finger t…
Boutonniere deformity
A tear of the extensor tendon of the PIP joint,at the middle…
25 terms
Sport Medicine Chapter 20
Cardiac arrest
Shock
Sign
Symptom
Sudden loss of heart function
A state when the organs shut down
Something that could be measured
What the athlete feels
Cardiac arrest
Sudden loss of heart function
Shock
A state when the organs shut down
9 terms
Sports Medicine Chapter 20 Missed Questions
The projection of bone on the outer di…
Which of the following can occur as a…
Which of the following will result in…
The tendons on the posterior aspect of…
lateral epicondyle
olecranon bursitis and elbow fracture
elbow dislocation and carpal tunnel
finger extension
The projection of bone on the outer di…
lateral epicondyle
Which of the following can occur as a…
olecranon bursitis and elbow fracture
36 terms
Sports Medicine Chapter 20 (part 2)
vital signs
constricted pupils
unequal pupils/aniscoria
dilated pupils
pulse, blood pressure, skin color, body temp
bright light, drug/medication overdose
head injury
drug overdose, death, shock, heat stoke, darkness
vital signs
pulse, blood pressure, skin color, body temp
constricted pupils
bright light, drug/medication overdose
49 terms
Sports Medicine Chapter 20 (part 1)
mechanism
What is collected by an ATC during an…
examples of life threatening injuries
cardiac arrest
what causes an injury
mechanism, history, primary & secondary assessment, and vital…
respitory arrest, cardiac arrest, shock, heat/cold related il…
sudden, unexpected loss of heart function, breathing, and unc…
mechanism
what causes an injury
What is collected by an ATC during an…
mechanism, history, primary & secondary assessment, and vital…
113 terms
Chapter 20: Medicine
Immune
Globulins
Product
Vaccine
The body's ___ system produces antibodies (or immunity) when…
Immune ___ are concentrations of antibodies collected form po…
Vaccines and toxoids reported for the ___ only
A ___ is made from a weakened live or killed form of a microbe
Immune
The body's ___ system produces antibodies (or immunity) when…
Globulins
Immune ___ are concentrations of antibodies collected form po…
98 terms
Chapter 20 Medicine
Medicine Section of CPT
What are anti-infective immunizations
What are common pathogens responsible…
How does the body work to combat patho…
Contains a diverse group of noninvasive or minimally invasive…
They are derived from human blood or products created in a la…
Fungi, gram-positive, gram-negative organisms
The body's immune system produces antibodies (or immunity) wh…
Medicine Section of CPT
Contains a diverse group of noninvasive or minimally invasive…
What are anti-infective immunizations
They are derived from human blood or products created in a la…
34 terms
Sports Med Chapter 20
humerus
radius
ulna
olecranon bursits
the bone of the upper arm
the bone on the thumb side of the forearm
the bone of the inner forearm
inflammation of the bursa located over the olecranon process…
humerus
the bone of the upper arm
radius
the bone on the thumb side of the forearm
86 terms
Chapter 20 Medicine
Allergy
Artery
Autonomic
Biofeedback
Hypersensitivity caused by exposure to an antigen (or allergen)
Vessel carrying blood from the heart to the tissues.
Involuntary
Training technique for development of a person's ability to c…
Allergy
Hypersensitivity caused by exposure to an antigen (or allergen)
Artery
Vessel carrying blood from the heart to the tissues.
Sports Medicine ch 20
Patella Alta
Patella Baja
Genu valgum
Genu varum
Patella more superior
Patella more inferior
Knock knees
Bowlegs
Patella Alta
Patella more superior
Patella Baja
Patella more inferior
27 terms
Sports Medicine chpt 20
Elbow is what kind of joint?
What three bones make up the elbow?
Elbow Flexion
Elbow Extension
Hinge joint
1. Humerus ... 2. Ulna... 3. Radius
Biceps Brachii
Triceps Brachii
Elbow is what kind of joint?
Hinge joint
What three bones make up the elbow?
1. Humerus ... 2. Ulna... 3. Radius
Sports Medicine: Chapter 19 & 20
Ilium
Sacrum
Hamstring Muscles
Iliac Crest Contusion
A broad, flared bone that makes up the upper and lateral sect…
The portion of the vertebral column between the lumbar verteb…
A group of muscles that extend the hip and flex the knee; con…
A painful injury caused by a direct blow to the hip, resultin…
Ilium
A broad, flared bone that makes up the upper and lateral sect…
Sacrum
The portion of the vertebral column between the lumbar verteb…
89 terms
Chapter 20 : Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
Radiology:
Radiologist
X-rays:
Nuclear medicine:
Medical specialty concerned with the study of x-rays
...
invisible waves of energy
use of radioactive substances in the diagnosis of disease
Radiology:
Medical specialty concerned with the study of x-rays
Radiologist
...
75 terms
Chapter 20 - Radiology & Nuclear Medicine
fluor/o
is/o
pharmaceut/o
radi/o
luminous
same
drug
x-rays
fluor/o
luminous
is/o
same
75 terms
Chapter 20 - Radiology & Nuclear Medicine
fluor/o
is/o
pharmaceut/o
radi/o
luminous
same
drug
x-rays
fluor/o
luminous
is/o
same
52 terms
Sports Medicine: Chapter 19 & 20
Ilium
Sacrum
Hamstring Muscles
Iliac Crest Contusion
A broad, flared bone that makes up the upper and lateral sect…
The portion of the vertebral column between the lumbar verteb…
A group of muscles that extend the hip and flex the knee; con…
A painful injury caused by a direct blow to the hip, resultin…
Ilium
A broad, flared bone that makes up the upper and lateral sect…
Sacrum
The portion of the vertebral column between the lumbar verteb…
20 terms
Sports Med Chapter 20
Three muscles flex the forearm at the…
Ulnar nerve contusions are very rare.
Chronic strains can occur about the el…
The signs and symptoms associated with…
True
False
True
False
Three muscles flex the forearm at the…
True
Ulnar nerve contusions are very rare.
False
21 terms
Chapter 20: Cancer Medicine
Carcinoma
Sarcoma
Leukemia
*Aspirate
Malignant tumor arising from the surface, glandular, or paren…
Malignant tumor of any primary tissue other than surface, gla…
Neoplasm of blood cells.
Withdrawal of fluid from a lump, often a cyst.
Carcinoma
Malignant tumor arising from the surface, glandular, or paren…
Sarcoma
Malignant tumor of any primary tissue other than surface, gla…
72 terms
Chapter 20 - Medicine
Allergy
Artery
Autonomic
Biofeedback
hypersensitivity
vessel carrying blood from the heart to the tissues
involuntary
development of a person's ability to control his or her auton…
Allergy
hypersensitivity
Artery
vessel carrying blood from the heart to the tissues
26 terms
Chapter 20 nuclear medicine
radioactivity
radionuclide (radioisotope)
half-life
alpha, beta, gamma particles
spontaneous emission of energy in the form of particles of ea…
substance that gives off high-energy particles or rays as it…
time required for a radioactive substance to lose half of its…
3 types of radioactivity
radioactivity
spontaneous emission of energy in the form of particles of ea…
radionuclide (radioisotope)
substance that gives off high-energy particles or rays as it…
33 terms
Language of Medicine (chapter 20)
contrast studies
interventional radiology
in vitro
in vivo
radiopaque materials are injected to obtain contrast with sur…
therapeutic or diagnostic procedures performed by a radiologist
process outside of a living organism
process inside a living organism
contrast studies
radiopaque materials are injected to obtain contrast with sur…
interventional radiology
therapeutic or diagnostic procedures performed by a radiologist
47 terms
chapter 20-cancer medicine
polyp, papilloma
wr+oma
carcinoma
sarcoma
any benign tumor projecting from surface epithelium
a benign tumor
malignant tumor arising from surface, glandular, or parenchym…
malignant tumor of any primary tissue other than surface, gla…
polyp, papilloma
any benign tumor projecting from surface epithelium
wr+oma
a benign tumor
Chapter 20 Emergency Medicine
child and infant CPR
septic shock
hypovolemic shock
tachypnea during shock indicates?
Airway: head til method, jaw tilt method ... breathing: visualiz…
initial hyperdynamic stage: high CO, warm extremities, boundi…
loss of central blood volume, >25% volume loss becomes decomp…
metabolic acidosis
child and infant CPR
Airway: head til method, jaw tilt method ... breathing: visualiz…
septic shock
initial hyperdynamic stage: high CO, warm extremities, boundi…
75 terms
Chapter 20 Massage in Medicine
Per Henrik Ling
Charles and George Taylor
Douglas Graham
Mary McMillan
medical gymnastics wee created in Sweden in the early 1800's by
the Swedish movement cure was introduced to NY in the 1880's…
manual therapies: a treatise on massage by _________was publi…
while serving as the director of physiotherapy at the Harvard…
Per Henrik Ling
medical gymnastics wee created in Sweden in the early 1800's by
Charles and George Taylor
the Swedish movement cure was introduced to NY in the 1880's…
40 terms
language of medicine chapter 20
angio
AP
Ba
BE
angiography
anteroposterior
barium
barium enema
angio
angiography
AP
anteroposterior
105 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 20
ion/o
is/o
myel/o
pharmaceut/o
process
same
bone marrow, spinal cord
drug
ion/o
process
is/o
same
17 terms
Chapter 20 Nuclear Medicine
radioactivity
radionuclide
half-life
in vitro procedures
spontaneous emission of energy in the form of particles or ra…
or radioisotope; a substance that gives off high energy parti…
the time required for a radioactive substance to lose half of…
in the test tube; involve analysis of blood and urine specime…
radioactivity
spontaneous emission of energy in the form of particles or ra…
radionuclide
or radioisotope; a substance that gives off high energy parti…
51 terms
CPC Chapter 20 - Medicine
Allergy
Artery
Autonomic
Biofeedback
Hypersensitivity
Vessel carrying blood from the heart to the tissues
Involuntary
Development of a person's ability to control his or her auton…
Allergy
Hypersensitivity
Artery
Vessel carrying blood from the heart to the tissues
32 terms
Biomedical Terminology - Chapter 20 - Radiology and Nuclear Medicine
field of medicine concerned with the s…
invisible waves of energy that are pro…
nuclear medicine
the radioactive substances used in nuc…
radiology
x-rays
field of medicine concerned with radioactive substances in di…
radionuclides/radioisotopes
field of medicine concerned with the s…
radiology
invisible waves of energy that are pro…
x-rays
98 terms
chapter 20-- cancer medicine
gland
vessels
cartilage
fibrous tissue
aden/o
angi/o
chondr/o
fibr/o
gland
aden/o
vessels
angi/o
102 terms
Chapter 20: Cancer Medicine
polyp, papilloma
root word + oma (suffix)
carcinoma
sarcoma
any benign tumor projecting from surface epithelium
a benign tumor. Root word designates primary tissue of origin
malignant tumor arising from surface, glandular, or parenchym…
malignant tumor of any primary tissue other than surface, gla…
polyp, papilloma
any benign tumor projecting from surface epithelium
root word + oma (suffix)
a benign tumor. Root word designates primary tissue of origin
105 terms
Language of Medicine Chapter 20
ion/o
is/o
myel/o
pharmaceut/o
process
same
bone marrow, spinal cord
drug
ion/o
process
is/o
same
110 terms
Chapter 20 - Cancer Medicine
acid phosphatase
adenocarcinoma
AFP
allogeneic
may be used to monitor... response to treatment or... recurrence
cancer that begins in cells... that line certain internal... organs
used to monitor treatment... response
stem cells donated by... someone else
acid phosphatase
may be used to monitor... response to treatment or... recurrence
adenocarcinoma
cancer that begins in cells... that line certain internal... organs
11 terms
Terminology Chapter 20: Radiology and nuclear medicine
angiography
contrast medium
fluoroscopy
mammography
a medical imaging technique used to visualize the inside, or…
radiopaque substance used in certain x-ray procedures to perm…
process of examining internal structures by viewing the shado…
process of obtaining x-ray pictures of the breast using low-d…
angiography
a medical imaging technique used to visualize the inside, or…
contrast medium
radiopaque substance used in certain x-ray procedures to perm…
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