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Jeopardy Introduction to Athletic Training Midterm Review
Injuries Medical Terminology Basics of Tissue Injury E’, W’, H’ 100 200 300 400 500 Professional Responsibility
Injuries 100 BackAnswer This elbow injury results in a gross deformity, with the olecranon process protruding posteriorly, pain and an inability to move the elbow.
Injuries 200 BackAnswer This type of fracture may affect the 4 th and/or 5 th metacarpal and results from punching a hard object.
Injuries 300 BackAnswer This elbow injury is also called Tennis Elbow and will affect the lateral epicondyle and the wrist extensor muscle group.
Injuries 400 BackAnswer This hand injury affects the medial collateral ligament of the thumb and results from forced abduction of the thumb. Avulsion fractures may occur with this injury.
Injuries 500 BackAnswer This finger injury affects the PIP joint and its joint capsule, as well as the extensor tendons. It will result in deformity that looks like this:
Medical Terminology 100 Back The three planes of the human body. Answer
Medical Terminology 200 Back The three axes of the human body. Answer
Medical Terminology 300 Back The meanings of the following prefixes and suffixes are: –Before –Heart –Mind –Four Answer
Medical Terminology 400 Back Explain how the planes and axes are related. Answer
Medical Terminology 500 Back Describe or demonstrate the anatomical position and explain why it is important. Answer
Basics of Tissue Injury 100 Back This type of fracture occurs when a twisting or torsional load is applied to a bone. Answer
Basics of Tissue Injury 200 Back This type soft tissue injury affects only muscles and tendons. This type of soft tissue injury only affects ligaments. Answer
Back An example of this type of soft tissue injury would be turf burn – when the top layer of skin is scraped away. Answer Basics of Tissue Injury 300
Back Identify the differences between myositis, fasciitis, synovitis and bursitis. Answer Basics of Tissue Injury 400
Back Completely describe the stages of healing for either bone or soft tissue injuries. Answer Basics of Tissue Injury 500
Back List four settings where a certified athletic trainer may be employed. Answer Professional Responsibility 100
Back To sit for the National Athletic Trainers’ Association Board of Certification (B.O.C.) Exam, candidates must have completed this type of degree from an accredited college or university. Answer Professional Responsibility 200
Back List the six domains of athletic training and provide two examples from each. Answer Professional Responsibility 300
Back Explain the difference between licensure, certification, registration and exemption. Answer Professional Responsibility 400
Back Name the five members of the central sports medicine team and five potential members of the peripheral team. Answer Professional Responsibility 500
Elbow, Wrist & Hand 100 Back These three bones make up the elbow. Answer
Elbow, Wrist & Hand 200 Back These three muscles flex the elbow. Answer
Elbow, Wrist & Hand 300 Back The bumps on the distal ends of the radius and ulna are called this. Answer
Elbow, Wrist & Hand 400 Back Name three muscles that flex the wrist and fingers and three that extend the wrist and fingers. Also provide their general location. Answer
Elbow, Wrist & Hand 500 Back Name the eight carpal bones. Answer
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