Thigh__Hip__Groin_and_Pelvis_9_30_2001

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05/29/11 PED 217 1 Thigh, Hip, Groin and Pelvis PED 217
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05/29/11 PED 217 2 Anatomy Primary flexors of the hip Iliopsoas Sartorius Rectus femoris Primary extensors Gluteus maximus Hamstrings Adductors Adductors Medial hamstrings
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05/29/11 PED 217 3 Anatomy continued Abductors Tensor fascia latae Gluteus medius and minimus Internal rotators Gluteus medius and minimus Tensor fascia latae Adductors iliopsoas External rotators Gluteus maximus obturator Piriformis gemelli
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Is the hip more or less likely to be injured?? Less because it’s the strongest joint in the body. 05/29/11 PED 217 4
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05/29/11 PED 217 5 Soft Tissue Thigh Injuries Quadriceps contusion Mechanism: Usually direct blow to a relaxed thigh, muscle compresses against bone Signs and Symptoms: Intense pain, tender to the touch Quadriceps weakness Palpation – swelling Decreased ROM Some slight paralysis
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05/29/11 PED 217 6 Quad Contusion cont… Grade I Mild hemorrhage Mild pain Minimal or No swelling Mild point tenderness Normal ROM Grade II Moderate intensity Moderate pain Swelling Decreased ROM (usually less than 90 degrees) Obvious limp present Possible ecchymosis
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This note was uploaded on 05/29/2011 for the course PED 217 taught by Professor Bartz during the Spring '08 term at Grand Valley State University.

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