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Daniels and worthingham's muscle testing : techniques of manual examination and performance testing / Helen J. Hislop, Dale Avers, Marybeth Brown

Main Author: Hislop, Helen J. Coauthor: Avers, Dale
Brown, Marybeth
Edition: Ninth edition Publication: Missouri : Elsevier, cop. 2014 Description: XIV, 514 p. : il.ISBN: 978-1-4557-0615-0Topical name: Sistema nervoso | Fisiopatologia | Terapia ocupacional | Reabilitação CDU: 615.851.3*RF | 616.74 Online Resources: Material complementar online Solicite password no balcão de atendimento List(s) this item appears in: Terapia ocupacional
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Contents
List of Plates
Plate l Flexion and Extension of the Head and Neck, p. 23
Plate 2 Cardinal Planes of the Scapula, p. 80
Plate 3 Cross Sections of Arm Muscles in Chest, p. 108
Plate 4 Cross Sections of the Arm and Forearm, p. 151
Plate 5 Motions of the Thumb, p. 187
Plate 6 Cross Sections of the Thigh, p. 219
Plate 7 Cross Sections of the Leg, p. 257
Plate 8 Motor Distribution of Facial and Trigeminal Cranial Nerves, p.289
Introduction
Brief Hïstory of Muscle Testing, p. XI
How to Use This Book, p. XII
Names of the Muscles, p. XIII
Anatomiical Authorities, p.XIII
The Convention of Arrows m the Text, p. XIII
Chapter l
Principles of Manual Muscle Testing, p. 1
The Grading System, p. 2
Overview of Test Procedures, p. 2
Criteria for Assigning a Muscle Test Grade, p. 3
Screening Tests, p. 5
Preparing for the Muscle Test, p. 6
Chapter 2
Relevance and Limitations of Manual Muscle Testing, p. 11
Introduction, p. 12
The Examiner and the Value of the Muscle Test, p. 12
Influence of the Patient on the Test, p. 13
Use of Manual Muscle Testing in Various Clinical Settings, p. 13
Limitations of Manual Muscle Testing, p. 16
Chapter 3
Testing the Muscles of the Neck, p. 19
Capital Extension, p. 20
Cervical Extension, p. 24
Combined Neck Extension, p. 27
Capital Flexion, p. 29
Cervical Flexion, p. 32
Combined Cervical Flexion, p. 36
Combined Flexion to Isolate a Single Sternocleidomastoid, p. 38
Cervical Rotation, p. 39
Chapter 4
Testing the Muscles of the Trunk and Pelvic Floor, p. 41
Trunk Extension, p. 42
Lumbar Spine, p. 44
Thoracic Spine, p. 46
Lumbar and Thoracic Spine, p. 47
Elevation of the Pelvis, p. 49
Trunk Lateral Endurance, p. 52
Trunk Flexion, p. 53
Trunk Rotation, p. 58
Quiet Inspiration, p. 63
The Diaphragm, p. 66
The Intercostals, p. 67
Forced Expiration, .p. 68
Pelvic Floor, p. 72
Chapter 5
Testing the Muscles of the Upper Extremity, p. 79
Scapular Abduction and Upward Rotation, p. 81
Scapular Elevation, p. 88
Scapular Adduction, p. 92
Scapular Depression and Adduction, p. 96
Scapular Adduction and Downward Rotation, p. 99
Scapular Depression, p. 104
Introduction to Shoulder Muscle Testing, p. 107
Shoulder Flexion, p. 109
Shoulder Extension, p. 113
Shoulder Abduction, p. 116
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction, p. 121
Shoulder Horizontal Adduction, p. 124
Shoulder External Rotation, p. 129
Shoulder Internal Rotation, p. 133
Elbow Flexion, p. 138
Elbow Extension, p. 142
Forearm Supination, p. 147
Forearm Pronation, p. 152
Wrist Flexion, p. 156
Wrist Extension, p. 161
Finger MP Flexion, p. 165
Finger PIP and DIP Flexion, p. 169
PIP Tests, p. 171
DIP Tests, p. 173
Finger MP Extension, p. 174
Finger Abduction, p. 177
Finger Adduction, p. 180
Thumb MP and IP Flexion, p. 183
Thumb MP and IP Flexion Tests, p.185
Thumb IP Flexion Tests, p. 186
Thumb MP and IP Extension, p. 188
Thumb MP Extension Tests, p. 190
Thumb IP Extension Tests, p. 191
Thumb Abduction, p. 193
Abductor Pollicis Longus Test, p. 194
Adductor Pollicis Brevis Test, p. 195
Thumb Adduction, p. 196
Opposition (Thumb to Little Finger), p. 199
Chapter 6
Testing the Muscles of the Lower Extremity, p. 203
Hip Flexion, p. 204
Hip Flexion, Abduction, and Extension Rotation with Knee Flexion, p. 209
Hip Extension, p. 212
Hip Extension Test to Isolate Gluteus
Maximus, p. 216
Hip extension Tests Modified for Hip Flexion Tightness, p. 218
Supine Hip F.xteniion Test, p. 220
Hip Abduction, p. 222
Hip Abduction from Flexed Position, p. 226
Hip Adduction, p. 229
Hip External Rotation, p. 233
Hip Internal Rotation, p. 237
Knee Flexion, p. 240
Hamstring Muscles in Aggregate, p. 242 242
Medial Hamstring Test (Semimembranosus and Semimembranosus), p. 242
Lateral Hamstring Test (Biceps Femoris), p. 243
Knee Extension, p. 246
Ankle Plantar Flexion, p. 251
Gastrocnemius and Soleus Test, p. 253
Foot Dorsiflexion and Inversion, p. 258
Foot Inversion, p. 261
Foot Eversion with Plantar Flexion, p. 264
Hallux and Toe MP Flexion, p. 268
Hallux MP Flexion, p. 268
Toe MP Flexion, p. 270
Hallux and Toe DIP and PIP Flexion, p. 271
Hallux and Toe MP and IP Extension, p. 275
Chapter 7
Assessment of Muscles Innervated by Cranial Nerves, p. 279
Jacqueline Montgomery
Introduction to Testing and Grading, p. 280
Extraocular Muscles, p. 281
Muscles of the Face and Eyelids, p. 286
Nose Muscles, p. 294
Muscles of the Mouth and Face, p. 296
Muscles of Mastication, p. 302
Muscles of the Tongue, p. 308
Muscles of the Palate, p. 315
Muscles of the Pharynx, p. 321
Muscles of the Larynx, p. 323
Swallowing, p. 327
Muscle Actions in Swallowing, p. 327
Testing Swallowing, p. 328
Preliminary Procedures to Determine Clinically the Safety of Ingestion of Food or Liquids, p. 330
Chapter 8
Alternatives to Manual Muscle Testing, p. 333
Introduction, p. 334
Equipment-based Testing, p. 336
Chapter 9
Testing Functional Performance, p. 361
Introduction, p. 362
Chair Stand, p. 364
Gait Speed, p. 368
Short Physical Performance Battery, p. 371
Physical Performance Test, p. 379
Modified Physical Performance Test, p. 387
Timed Up and G, p. 395
Stair Climb., p. 397
Floor Rise, p. 398
Gait, p. 400
Chapter 1 Case Studies , p. 405
Introduction, p.406
Case 1. Shoulder Pain, p. 406 406
Case 2. Compromised Gait and Function Secondary to Muscle Weakness, p. 407
Case 3. Fatigue Secondary to Muscle Weakness, p. 408
Case 4. Muscle Weakness Following Nerve Injury, p. 409
Case 5. Muscle Weakness Following Híp Surgery, p. 410
Case 6. Muscle Weakness Following Childbirth, p. 410
Chapter 11
Ready Reference Anatomy, p. 413
Using this Ready Reference, p. 414
Part 1. Alphabetical List of Muscles, p. 414 Part 2. List of Muscles by Region, p.417
keletal Muscles of the Human, p. 420
Part 4. Myotomes, p. 488
Index, p. 499

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