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Pathologies

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  • Q1

    Fluid pours into area, cannot exit due to compressed routes leading to starved & damaged cells. These release pro-inflammatory chemicals that boost capillary permeability and attract and retain more fluid. Injury, repetitive stress, trauma. Can be acute or chronic

    Myositis Ossificans

    Compartment Syndrome

    Hematoma

    Strain

    Contusion

    Sprain

    300s
  • Q2

    Large area of local hemorrhage after trauma. From vascular injury and bleeding. Crushing injury. Clot

    Myositis Ossificans

    Compartment Syndrome

    Hematoma

    Contusion

    Tendinitis

    Spasm

    300s
  • Q3

    Tearing of mm fibers, tendons causing scar tissue. All grades caused by overstretch or overload. Grade 2 can be caused by crushing

    Sprain

    Contusion

    Tendinitis

    Strain

    Myositis Ossification

    Compartment Syndrome

    300s
  • Q4

    Crush injury to a muscle resulting in bleeding into subcutaneous tissue and skin. Possible for periosteum to be affected. 3 levels of severity: mild, moderate severe

    Myositis Ossificans

    Compartment Syndrome

    Contusion

    Hematoma

    Strain

    Sprain

    300s
  • Q5

    Tearing of ligaments. All grades caused by overstretch or overload

    Strain

    Myositis Ossification

    Contusion

    Sprain

    300s
  • Q6

    Overuse injury resulting from microscopic tearing of tendon fascicles due to overload of tendon resulting in inflammatory response. Special SIS test for shoulder. Speed's and Yegarson's for biceps

    Tendinitis

    Myositis ossificans

    Strain

    Sprain

    300s
  • Q7

    Post contusion or with early application of heat, ice, massage

    Compartment syndrome

    Myositis Ossificans

    Sprain

    Tendinitis

    Hematoma

    Strain

    300s
  • Q8

    Involuntary sustained mm contraction. Causes: pain, circulatory stasis, increased gamma neuron firing, chilling of mm, impaired nutrition, lack of Vit D, dehydration, mm fatigue

    Strain

    Spasm

    Tendinitis

    Cramp

    Sprain

    300s
  • Q9

    Involuntary contraction of mm. Painful long mm spasm. Causes: pain, chilling of mm, lack of nutritional supply, Vit D. Calf associated with TrP in gastrocnemius

    Spasm

    Strain

    Tendinitis

    Cramp

    Sprain

    300s

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