ANLS 1618 Upper Cervical Biomechanics

ANLS 1618 Upper Cervical Biomechanics - Question 1 The alar...

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Unformatted text preview: Question 1 The alar ligaments limit which range(s) of motion rotation and flexion rotation and lateral flexion extension and rotation lateral flexion only Question 2 The vertebral arteries always pass through the transverse foramin of the upper cervical spine True False Question 3 According to lecture, which of the following can be affected by an upper cervical subluxation C1 and C2 spinal nerves CN V, VI, VII cerebralspinal fluid inferior cervical ganglion Question 4 Normal ADI space for an adult is 5 mm and can be increased due to rhuematoid arthritis True False Question 5 The greatest range of motion (ROM) for atlas is flexion extension lateral flexion rotation Question 6 The hyoid bone is located at which spinal level C3 C4 C5 C6 Question 7 C1 rotation is concentric True False Question 8 When turning the head to the right, the _______lateral mass moves anterior Question 9 Occiput range of motion to detect fixation is rotation lateral flexion extension oblique flexion Question 10 Hypermobilities of a vertebral joint should not be adjusted should be adjusted can be due to a CAD injury can occur because of fixations of other vertebral joints Question 11 An Occiput listing of AS-LS-LP would have a right laterality True False ...
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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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