Practice test for AT II FINAL

Practice test for AT II FINAL - Dan Cahill Practice Test...

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Dan Cahill Practice Test For Final All Power Points From Class 1. What are the 5 assessment stages for ROM? 2. What are 5 characteristics of muscle? (there are 7) 3. How many days does phase 1 of tissue healing last? a) 2 b) 3 c) 4 4. What is Chemotaxix? a) Cells and chemicals that interact through the healing process b) Responsible for where cells line up on the cell wall c) response to too much nutrient supply in the blood 5. What causes vasodilatation and cell permeability? a) Leukotaxin b) Necrosin c) Endothelial capillary buds 6. Muscular tissue has a unique quality to it. What is it? A) it can withstand tension B) It can become shorter C) It can develop tension 7. How much can a tendon stretch before damage? a) 2-5% b) 5-7% c) 6-8% 8. What type of injury compromises the circulatory system blood flow? d) Avulsion e) Strain f) Contusion 9. What type of muscle spasm can cause a strain? g) Tonic h) Clonic i) Repetitive
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10. What characteristic is not associated with muscle stiffness? a) Tight feeling with pain b) Feeling of thickness c) Stretching relieves tightness feeling 11. A hypersensitive node within a tight band of muscle is known as a) Involuntary muscle contraction b) Overexertional muscle problem c) Clonic muscle contraction 12. Inflammation of the connective tissue is called a) Myositis b) Tendinitis c) Myositis ossificans 13. What are 4 characteristics of synovial Joints 14. What type of muscle shortening is resistant to passive stretching? a) Tonic b) Clonic c) Contracture 15. 60-70% of bone weight is from a) Nitrogen Phosphate b) Collagen c) Calcium Phosphate 16. Where is bone reabsorbed? a) around the sides of the medullary cavity b) periosteum c) around the cancellous bone 17. With chronic inflammation, what stage of the healing process can not be completed? a) Fibroblastic Phase b) Proliferative Phase c) Inflammatory Response phase 18. Afferent Nerves transmit. . a) motor information from the CNS to the periphery b) information from the skin, tendons, ligaments and muscles from the CNS to the periphery c) Information from the skin, tendons, ligaments and muscles from the periphery to the CNS 19. What types of nerves are in the posterior branch of the spinal chord? a) Efferent b) Peripheral c) Afferent 20. When in the training room, an icepack is used to treat a football player’s sore shoulder. The transfer of energy from the shoulder to the icepack is known as a) Convection
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b) Radiation c) Conversion d) Conduction 21. Cold can penetrate up to how many cm? a) 5cm b) 10cm c) 3cm 22. What are 7 effects cryotherapy has on the body? a) 23. Reynaud’s Phenomenon causes what? a)
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