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CHAPTER 13: OFF-THE-FIELD EVALUATION TEST REVIEW
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PART I MC SPECIAL TEST MC HOPS T/F SPECIAL TESTS T/F Anatomical 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 10 Point 20 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points 30 Points 40 Points 50 Points PART III MC
When an athletic trainer or other health care professional is denoting what disease, injury or syndrome a person has or is believed to have, he/she is making a(n): A. Medical Diagnosis B. Clinical Diagnosis C. Judgment D. Prognosis
The plane that separates the body into right and left halves is: A. Sagittal B. Transverse C. Coronal D. Frontal
Movement away from the midline of the body is called: A. Flexion B. Pronation C. Abduction D. Valgus
Which of the following is NOT included in the history portion of an injury evaluation? A. Athlete describes the injury in detail B. Athlete locates the area of complaint by pointing to it C. Athlete describes the type of pain he/she is having D. Athlete tries to assess the movement of the injured part
Sharp or burning pain is characteristic of what type of injury? A. Nerve injury B. Muscular problems C. Bone fractures D. Joint injury
An example of a normal bone-to-bone endpoint is found when: A. The knee is fully flexed B. The hip is fully flexed C. The elbow is fully extended D. The shoulder is completely abducted
When doing passive range-of-motion to an injured athletes knee, the athletic trainer feels a springy block at the end of knee extension. This may indicate: A. Meniscus tear B. Torn ligament C. Hamstring spasm D. Fractured patella
Movement or Range of Motion that is performed solely by the athlete is called: A. Assistive B. Resistive C. Active D. Eccentric
A muscle that can move a joint through its complete range of motion against gravity with some resistance is graded as: A. Poor/Grade 2 B. Fair/Grade3 C. Good/Grade 4 D. Normal/ Grade 5
According to Cyriax, the following tissues are considered inert tissues EXCEPT: A. Ligaments B. Fascia C. Muscles D. Bones
Which of the following is a measure of the total blood volume made of red blood cells? A. Red blood cell count B. Hemoglobin level C. Platelet count D. Hematocrit level
Which of the following visually studies a joint through the use of an injected opaque dye? A. Arthrography B. Roentgenogram C. Arthroscopy D. Tomography
Which of the following is NOT true of MRI? A. Provides clear images of soft tissue B. Is the current choice of physicians for detecting soft- tissue lesions C. Is relatively inexpensive D. Uses magnetic current to spin atoms that produce an image
Tongue movement, speech, and swallowing are functions of which of the following cranial nerves? A. Oculomotor B. Hypoglossal C. Vestibulocochlear D. Trigeminal
Bonus S.O.A.P. stands for: A. Subjective, observation, assessment, plan B. Subjective, objective, assessment, plan C. Subjective, observation, assessment, procedure D. Subjective, objective, assessment, procedure
An evaluation commonly used by athletic trainers is HOPS; History, Observation, Palpation, and Special Tests.
Rotary motion in the transverse plane away from the midline of the body is called internal rotation.
A prognosis is a prediction of the course of the condition.
Muscular pain is often dull, aching, and referred to another area.
BONUS For one to become proficient in performing evaluations, knowledge of surface anatomy is crucial.
Passive movement refers to movement that is performed completely by the examiner and is used to determine the status of a particular muscle or muscle group.
Reflex refers to an involuntary response following a stimulus.
Electromyography is a graphic recording of the amount of electrical activity generated in a muscle when it contracts.
Cerebral function controls purposeful coordinated movements such as touching ones finger to ones nose.
An abnormal endpoint is an empty endpoint for a joint.