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Jeopardy The Knee. Bony Anatomy S.T. Anatomy ROM/ Strength Testing Injuries Miscellaneous 100 200 300 400 500.

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1 Jeopardy The Knee

2 Bony Anatomy S.T. Anatomy ROM/ Strength Testing Injuries Miscellaneous 100 200 300 400 500

3 Bony Anatomy 100 Back The four bones of the knee. Answer

4 Bony Anatomy 200 Back The tibial attachment site of the patella tendon. Answer

5 Bony Anatomy 300 Back The topmost portion of the tibia, where the menisci rest. Answer

6 Bony Anatomy 400 Back The two ligaments on either side of the knee joint. Answer

7 Bony Anatomy 500 Back The two ligaments that cross in the middle (inside the joint capsule) of the knee. Answer

8 Soft Tissue Anatomy 100 Back The quadriceps perform this motion at the knee. Answer

9 Soft Tissue Anatomy 200 Back The hamstrings perform this motion at the knee. Answer

10 Soft Tissue Anatomy 300 Back These are the two tendons that help support the patella. Answer

11 Soft Tissue Anatomy 400 Back These four muscles make up the quadriceps muscle group. Answer

12 Soft Tissue Anatomy 500 Back These five muscles make up the posterior leg – three in the hamstrings and two in the calf. Answer

13 ROM/Strength Testing 100 Back When performing R.O.M. at the knee joint, these two motions are assessed. Answer

14 ROM/Strength Testing 200 Back Describe how to take range of motion measurements at the knee. Answer

15 ROM/Strength Testing 300 Back Describe how to assess quadriceps strength. Answer

16 ROM/Strength Testing 400 Back Describe how to assess hamstrings muscle strength. Answer

17 ROM/Strength Testing 500 Back Describe how to assess gastroc/soleus strength. Answer

18 Injuries100 Back One of the most prevalent knee injuries that is more common in female athletes and is characterized by a “pop” inside the knee followed by swelling, loss of motion and instability. Answer

19 Injuries 200 Back An injury that is common in younger athletes, peaking at age 16 – 17 years old. It is characterized by point tenderness and enlargement of the tibial tuberosity. Answer

20 Injuries 300 Back An injury to this structure will result in catching and locking in the knee, as well as pain and swelling along the tibial plateau (joint line) Answer

21 Injuries 400 Back This is an acute injury whose mechanism of injury is an overloading of the quadriceps muscles while the knee is flexed in external rotation. The result is deformity and a laterally displaced patella. Athletic trainers must refer this injury to a physician. Answer

22 Injuries 500 Back This is a chronic injury that develops in three stages and is more common in athletes who do a lot of running and jumping. The athlete will have pain and mild swelling over the patella tendon. Answer

23 Miscellaneous 100 Back Name one of the five predisposing factors for knee injury that we discussed in class. Answer

24 Miscellaneous 200 Back These are two stretches that are part of the ACL prevention program. Answer

25 Miscellaneous 300 Back These three grafts are used during an ACL reconstruction surgery. Answer

26 Miscellaneous 400 Back These are two strengthening exercises that are a part of the ACL prevention program. Answer

27 Miscellaneous 500 Back In this type of meniscus surgery the tear is not repairable, so it is simply shaved down and removed. Answer

28 Bony Anatomy 100 What are the patella, femur, tibia, and fibula? Back

29 Bony Anatomy 200 What is the tibial tuberosity? Back

30 Bony Anatomy 300 What is the tibial plateau? Back

31 Bony Anatomy 400 What are the Lateral Collateral Ligament and Medial Collateral Ligament Back

32 Bony Anatomy 500 What are the Anterior Cruciate Ligament and Posterior Cruciate Ligament Back

33 Soft Tissue Anatomy 100 What is extension? Back

34 Soft Tissue Anatomy 200 What is flexion? Back

35 Soft Tissue Anatomy 300 What are the patella tendon and quadriceps tendon? Back

36 Soft Tissue Anatomy 400 What are the rectus femoris, vastus medialis, vastus lateralis and vastus intermedius? Back

37 Soft Tissue Anatomy 500 What are the biceps femoris, semimembranosis, semitendinosis and the gastrocnemius and soleus? Back

38 ROM/Strength Testing 100 What are flexion and extension? Back

39 ROM/Strength Testing 200 Fulcrum at the lateral epicondyle Stationary arm down midline of fibula Moving arm up midline of femur Back

40 ROM/Strength Testing 300 Patient is sitting and kicks out against A.T. resistance. Hand placement is on knee (to stabilize) and ankle. Back

41 ROM/Strength Testing 400 Patient is lying prone with their knee flexed to 90 degrees. The A.T. tries to pull their leg into extension. Back

42 ROM/Strength Testing 500 Athlete raises up on toes. Back

43 Injuries100 What is an ACL tear? Back

44 Injuries 200 What is Osgood – Schlatter? Back

45 Injuries 300 What is the meniscus? Back

46 Injuries 400 What is a patellar dislocation? Back

47 Injuries 500 What is patellar tendinitis? Back

48 Miscellaneous 100 Excess weight Biomechanical problems Lack (or imbalance) of muscular strength or flexibility Certain sports Previous injury Back

49 Miscellaneous 200 Calf Quad Figure 4 hamstring stretch Inner thigh stretch Hip flexor stretch Back

50 Miscellaneous 300 What are patellar tendon, hamstring or allografts? Back

51 Miscellaneous 400 Walking lunges Russian hamstring Single toe raises Back

52 Miscellaneous 500 What is a menisectomy? Back

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