2103 Week 2 Revision

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  1. A grading of 'fair' in the Kendall manual muscle testing grading system indicates which of the following?
  1. a.The muscle can overcome resistance
  2. b.The muscle can raise the part against gravity and has a full range of motion
  3. c.The muscle can overcome slight resistance and gravity
  4. d.The muscle has partial range of motion available agianst gravity

2. b.The muscle can raise the part against gravity and has a full range of motion

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  1. Which of the following describes the correct technique for manually testing the tibialis posterior muscle?
  1. a.The examiner puts the foot in a neutral position, stabilises the tibia and applies resistance in the direction of plantarflexion and eversion
  2. b.The examiner puts the foot in a neutral position, stabilises the tibia and applies resistance in the direction of inversion and plantarflexion
  3. c.The examiner puts the foot in a neutral position, stabilises the tibia and applies resistance in the direction of dorsiflexion and eversion
  4. d.The examiner has the subject walk on the lateral border of their feet

c.The examiner puts the foot in a neutral position, stabilises the tibia and applies resistance in the direction of dorsiflexion and eversion

3

If a joint axis sits 10 degrees from the transverse plane and in line with the sagittal plane what will be the motion at that joint?

a.Mainly frontal plane motion with a small amount of transverse plane motion

b.Mainly transverse plane motion with a small amount of frontal plane motion

c.Mainly sagittal plane motion with a small amount of frontal plane motion

d.Only frontal plane motion

a.Mainly frontal plane motion with a small amount of transverse plane motion

4

Which of the following are all phases of the gait cycle?

a.Initial contact, midstance, toe off and initial swing.

b.Initial contact, forefoot load, propulsion and mid-swing

c.Initial contact, midstance, terminal swing and propulsion

d.Heel strike, midstance, propulsion and toe off

c.Initial contact, midstance, terminal swing and propulsion

5

Intra-observer reliability refers to which of the following?

a.How well a measurement measures what it is intended to.

b.How accurately two clinicians can perform the same measurement

c.How accurately one clinician can repeat the same measurement

d.How accurately the measurement represents true position

c.How accurately one clinician can repeat the same measurement