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d. Increase weightbearing of the 1St metatarsal head.e. None of these answers are correct.Increase weightbearing of the 1Stmetatarsal head.What marks the beginning and end of the contact period?a. Heel contact of the opposite side and toe off of thesupport limb.b. Heel strike of the support limb and heel contact of theopposite side.c. Toe off of the opposite limb and heel lift of the supportlimb.d. Heel strike of the support limb and toe off of theopposite side.e. Heel lift of the support limb and heel contact of theopposite side.Heel strike of the support limb and toe off ofthe opposite side.Dorsiflexion and plantarflexion occurs in which of thefollowing planes?a. transverseb. sagittalc. frontald. All of these answers are correct.e. None of these answers are correct.sagittalWhich of the following would not present with a rigidflatfoot deformity:a. Charcot Footb. Rhuematoid Arthritisc. Peroneal Spasmd. Charcot Marie Tooth
e. None of these answers are correct.Charcot Marie ToothWhat is the definition of “enthesitis”?a. inflammation at the insertion of connective tissue toboneb. inflammation of bonec. inflammation of soft tissued. inflammation of fasciae. None of these answers are correct.inflammation at the insertion of connectivetissue to boneWhich of the following measurements would qualify as a<u>wide</u> base of gait in adult?a. 1 inchb. 2 inchesc. 3.5 inchesd. 5 inchese. 2.5 inches5 inchesThe lateral block test determines:a. mobility of the forefoot when associated with a rigidrearfootb. flexibility of the Achilles tendon after surgicallengtheningc. flexibility of compensatory hindfoot deformity in thepresence of fixed forefoot deformitiesd. None of these answers are correct.e. All of these answers are correct.flexibility of compensatory hindfoot deformityin the presence of fixed forefoot deformitiesThe patient in the figure presented to her podiatristcomplaining of weakness in her right foot. When askedto actively dorsiflex and evert her foot and ankle, itpresented as noted in the picture. She has no othercomplaints and no abnormalities were noted in her otherextremities. Based on these findings what type of gaitwould you expect this patient to have.a. steppageb. scissorc. spasticd. waddlinge. festinatingsteppageThe primary function of the posterior tibial muscle /tendon is to:a. Resist early stance pronatory forces.b. Decelerate propulsive phase pronation.c. Supinate the midtarsal joint.d. Plantarflex the first ray after heel lift.e. None of these answers are correct.Resist early stance pronatory forces.A term meaning <u>immobility of a vertebral joint</u>would be:a. ankylosisb. spondylosisc. glenoid
d. laminectomye. arthralgiaspondylosisWhat is the average cadence of an individual?

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Term
Fall
Professor
Mindell
Tags
Test, c, Lateral plantar nerve, Medial plantar nerve, bone tumor

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