RADD 2612 Final Notes & Info

RADD 2612 Final Notes & Info - 1. Oblique hand, what is...

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1. Oblique hand, what is the hand position? Pronated 2. What is between the trochanters on the posterior surface? Intertrochanteric crest 3. Meyerding’s grading system for spondyloisthesis. What is the position of numbers on the sacral base? From anterior to posterior on sacral base = 4, 3, 2, 1 More anterior is grade 4 More posterior is grade 1 Greater than grade 4 = spondyloptosis Grade 3 = spondyliothesis Posterior to grade 1 = retrothesis 4. For what line should the dens apex be in the anterior ¼ of foramen magnum? Macrae’s Line 5. Internal shoulder part position? The thumb? Back rotated 30 degrees off bucky. Thumb is rotated inwards/internally so you are looking into the bicipital groove making not visible (? Not sure about thumb rotation) 6. Risser-Ferguson’s: How should the line should pass? The apical vertebrae are the most rotated vertebra in a curve or the most deviated vertebra from the verticle axis of the patient. The centers of the end apical vertebra are identified.
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This note was uploaded on 11/22/2011 for the course RADD 2612 taught by Professor Jillg.bradshaw during the Winter '11 term at Life Chiropractic College West.

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RADD 2612 Final Notes & Info - 1. Oblique hand, what is...

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