Summary Whittle's Gait Analysis

ISBN-10 0702051993 ISBN-13 9780702051999
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This is the summary of the book "Whittle's Gait Analysis". The author(s) of the book is/are David Levine Jim Richards Michael W Whittle. The ISBN of the book is 9780702051999 or 0702051993. This summary is written by students who study efficient with the Study Tool of Study Smart With Chris.

Summary - Whittle's Gait Analysis

  • 1 Basic sciences

  • Wat is ventraal?
  • Wat is dorsaal?
  • What is a sagittal plane?
    Any plane which divides the body into right and left portions
  • What is the frontal plane?
    Divides body in front and back portions
  • What is transverse plane?
    Divides body in upper and lower portions
  • What is varus and valgus?
    adducted and abducted angulation of the joint
  • Of which movements does supination exist?
    Inversion, plantarflexion and adduction
  • Of which movements does pronation exist?
    Eversion, dorsiflexion and abduction
  • What is the function of the patella?
    Displace the quadriceps tendon forwards improving leverage.
  • Of which four parts exists the foot?
  • Uit welke botten bestaat de midfoot?
    The navicular
    Three cuneiform bones
  • What are the phalanges?
    Bones of the toes
  • What are synovial joints?
    Joints in which significant movements can take place, ends are covered in cartilage and the joint is surrounded by a synovial capsule which produces the synovial fluid
  • What makes sure joints are stabilized?
    Ligaments->Fibrous tissue connecting the bones
  • Which movements is possible because of the subtalar joint?
  • What are the most important muscles acting at the hip joint?
    Psoas major
    Gluteus maximus
    Gluteus medius and minimus
    Adductor magnus/brevis/longus
  • What are the muscles across both hip and knee joint?
    Rectus femoris
    Tensor fascia lata
    Biceps femoris
  • Which muscle solely operate around the knee?
    Vastus muscles
  • Which muscles run across knee and ankle?
  • What are the muscles across the ankle and subtalar joints?
    Anterior tibial group
    Flexor hallucis longus
  • What is quadriplegic?
    Paralysis of arms and legs
  • What is paraplegic?
    Paralysis of legs
  • What is hemiplegic?
    Paralyis restricted to one side of the body
  • What is energy?
    The capacity to do work measured in Joule
  • What is watt?
    The rate at wich work is done= J/s
  • How is the power calculated in a rotary movement?
    Newton meters x Radians per second
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