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UNIT O N E Introduction and anatomic basis for athletic injury assessment
The body as a whole II
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abdominal abduction ANATOMIC BASIS ankle articular articulation athlete's athletic activity ATHLETIC INJURY ASSESSMENT athletic trainer AXIAL BASIS FOR ATHLETIC Biceps brachii body bone bony calcaneus capsule carpal cartilage cause cavity cervical clavicle condyle contusion diaphysis dislocation distal drawer test elbow evaluate extensor femur fibers fibrous fibula finger flexed flexion flexor foot forearm fracture function hand head heat hematoma humerus injured area injured athlete INJURY ASSESSMENT PROCESS instability INTRODUCTION AND ANATOMIC joint knee lateral lesions lete letic ligament linea aspera located LOWER EXTREMITIES medial membrane ment metacarpal metatarsal movements muscle neck nerve normally occur overuse pain palpation patella posterior procedures proximal radiograph range of motion resistance result ribs rotation scapula shoulder side signs and symptoms skin skull somatotype spinal spine sternum strains stress structures surface swelling synovial synovial joints tenderness tendon thigh thoracic tibia tion tissue ulna UPPER EXTREMITIES vertebrae vertebral column wrist