Orthopedic Physical Assessment
Orthopedic Physical Assessment offers a straightforward, systematic approach to performing a neuromusculoskeletal assessment and explains the rationale behind various aspects of the assessment. Every joint of the body is covered, and separate chapters cover such specific topics as the principles of assessment, head and face, gait, posture, emergency care, and preparticipation evaluation. Complete and comprehensive in its approach, this outstanding reference covers basic science, clinical applications, and special tests. It also offers unparalleled coverage of the extremities, clear explanations of positions and movements, and extensive use of tables and illustrations including many radiographs to highlight key points.
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Principles and Concepts
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abduction abnormal active movements angle ankle Anteroposterior arthrogram assessment plan Bone Joint Surg calcaneus cervical spine Churchill Livingstone Clin Clinical condyle cruciate ligament deformity Describe your assessment Diagnosis disc distal dorsiflexion elbow end feel examiner should note examiner's extension extensor femoral femur FIGURE fingers flexed flexor foot forearm fracture Functional gait genu varum hand head humerus indicates injury joint play movements knee kyphosis lateral rotation lesion limb longus lumbar spine medial rotation meniscus ment metatarsal move muscle neck nerve root normal occurs Orthop Orthopedic pain palpated patella pathology pelvis Philadelphia plantar positive test posterior posterior cruciate ligament posture pressure problem pronation radial Radiographic range of motion reflex ribs sacroiliac joint scapula scoliosis shoulder side flexion spinal spinous process Sports structures subluxation subtalar joint symptoms syndrome TABLE temporomandibular joint tendon thoracic spine thumb tibia tion tissue toes trauma ulnar valgus vertebral W. B. Saunders wrist