ANLS 1618 Lower Cervical Quiz

ANLS 1618 Lower Cervical Quiz - can be damaged in CAD...

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Question 1 The uncinate processes are formed during embryonic development help tract rotation and lateral flexion of the cervical spine help tract flexion and extension of the cervical spine continue to develop until the age of 30 are found in the lumbar spine Question 2 The disc of the cervical spine is a 1/5 body to disc ratio is rarely herniated is 2/5 body to disc ratio is most herniated at the C5-6 level
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Unformatted text preview: can be damaged in CAD injuries Question 3 A CAD can result in a hypermobility dysfunction True False Question 4 The greatest flexion occurs at C2-3 C3-4 C5-6 C4-5 C6-7 Question 5 A reduction in the curve of the cervical spine can be due to micro and macrotrauma due to a fixation due to a whiplash injury due to the presence of adhesion never occurs due to CAD injuries...
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This note was uploaded on 11/21/2011 for the course ANLS 1618 taught by Professor Laurahuber during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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