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Daniels and Worthingham's Muscle Testing : Techniques of Manual Examination

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9780721692999

ISBN10:
0721692990
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Pub. Date:
2/27/2002
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ELSEVIER SAUNDERS PUBLISHING
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Summary

By far the most popular and widely used text for over 50 years, Daniels and Worthingham's Muscle Testing is the original handbook of manual evaluation of muscular strength. In addition to offering tried and true methods for assessing and grading skeletal muscle function, this up-to-date classic provides a comprehensive section on muscle anatomy and innervation that rounds out the testing chapters by linking muscle topography and function. Beautifully illustrated with more than 575 high-quality drawings, the 7th edition includes over 100 new drawings created specifically for this edition.

Table of Contents

Introduction xvii
Brief History of Muscle Testing xvii
How to Use This Book xix
Names of the Muscles xx
Anatomical Authorities xx
The Convention of Arrows in the Text xx
Principles of Manual Muscle Testing
1(12)
The Grading System
2(1)
Overview of Test Procedures
2(4)
Criteria for Assigning a Muscle Test Grade
6(2)
Screening Tests
8(1)
Preparing for the Muscle Test
8(1)
Summary
8(5)
Testing the Muscles of the Neck
13(22)
Capital Extension
14(1)
Cervical Extension
15(1)
Combined Neck Extension (Capital plus Cervical)
16(7)
Capital Flexion
23(3)
Cervical Flexion
26(4)
Combined Neck Flexion (Capital plus Cervical)
30(1)
Combined Cervical Flexion (Capital plus Cervical)
31(1)
Combined Flexion to Isolate a Single Sternocleidomastoid
32(1)
Cervical Rotation
33(2)
Testing the Muscles of the Trunk
35(26)
Trunk Extension
36(5)
Lumbar Spine
38(1)
Thoracic Spine
38(1)
Lumbar and Thoracic Spine
39(2)
Elevation of the Pelvis
41(3)
Trunk Flexion
44(5)
Trunk Rotation
49(5)
Quiet Inspiration
54(5)
Forced Expiration
59(2)
Testing the Muscles of the Upper Extremity
61(118)
Scapular Abduction and Upward Rotation (Serratus anterior)
63(6)
Scapular Elevation (Trapezius, upper fibers)
69(4)
Scapular Adduction (Trapezius, lower fibers)
73(1)
Scapular Adduction (Trapezius, middle fibers)
74(3)
Scapular Depression and Adduction (Trapezius, lower fibers)
77(3)
Scapular Adduction and Downward Rotation (Rhomboids)
80(6)
Shoulder Flexion (Anterior Deltoid and Coracobrachialis)
86(4)
Shoulder Extension (Latissimus dorsi, Teres major, Posterior Deltoid)
90(4)
Shoulder Scaption (Deltoid and Supraspinatus)
94(1)
Shoulder Abduction (Middle Deltoid and Supraspinatus)
95(4)
Shoulder Horizontal Abduction (Posterior Deltoid)
99(3)
Shoulder Horizontal Adduction (Pectoralis major)
102(5)
Shoulder External Rotation (Infraspinatus and Teres minor)
107(3)
Shoulder Internal Rotation (Subscapularis)
110(4)
Elbow Flexion (Biceps, Brachialis, and Brachioradialis)
114(4)
Elbow Extension (Triceps brachii)
118(5)
Forearm Supination (Supinator and Biceps brachii)
123(5)
Forearm Pronation (Pronator teres and Pronator quadratus)
128(4)
Wrist Flexion (Flexor carpi radialis and Flexor carpi ulnaris)
132(5)
Wrist Extension (Extensor carpi radialis longus, Extensor carpi radialis brevis, and Extensor carpi ulnaris)
137(4)
Finger MP Flexion (Lumbricales and Interossei)
141(4)
Finger PIP and DIP Flexion (Flexor digitorum superficialis and Flexor digitorum profundus)
145(4)
PIP Tests
146(2)
DIP Tests
148(1)
Finger MP Extension (Extensor digitorum, Extensor indicis, Extensor digiti minimi)
149(3)
Finger Abduction (Dorsal interossei)
152(3)
Finger Adduction (Palmar interossei)
155(3)
Thumb MP and IP Flexion (Flexor pollicis brevis and Flexor pollicis longus)
158(2)
Thumb MP and IP Flexion Tests (Flexor pollicis brevis)
160(1)
Thumb IP Flexion Tests (Flexor pollicis longus)
161(2)
Thumb MP and IP Extension (Extensor pollicis brevis and Extensor pollicis longus)
163(1)
Thumb MP Extension Tests (Extensor pollicis brevis)
164(2)
Thumb IP Extension Tests (Extensor pollicis longus)
166(2)
Thumb Abduction (Abductor pollicis longus and Abductor pollicis brevis)
168(1)
Abductor pollicis longus Test
169(1)
Abductor pollicis brevis Test
170(1)
Thumb Adduction (Adductor pollicis)
171(3)
Opposition (Thumb to Little Finger) (Opponens pollicis and Opponens digiti minimi)
174(5)
Testing the Muscles of the Lower Extremity
179(74)
Hip Flexion (Psoas major and Iliacus)
180(5)
Hip Flexion, Abduction, and External Rotation with Knee Flexion (Sartorius)
185(3)
Hip Extension (Gluteus maximus and Hamstrings)
188(4)
Hip Extension Test to Isolate Gluteus Maximus
192(2)
Hip Extension Test Modified for Hip Flexion Tightness
194(2)
Supine Hip Extension Test
196(2)
Hip Abduction (Gluteus medius and minimus)
198(4)
Hip Abduction from Flexed Position (Tensor fasciae latae)
202(3)
Hip Adduction (Adductors magnus, brevis, and longus, Pectineus and Gracilis)
205(4)
Hip External Rotation (Obturators internus and externus, Gemellae superior and inferior, Piriformis, Quadratus femoris, Gluteus maximus (posterior))
209(4)
Hip Internal Rotation (Glutei minimus and medius, Tensor fasciae latae)
213(3)
Knee Flexion (All hamstring muscles)
216(6)
Hamstring Muscles in Aggregate
218(1)
Medial Hamstring Test (Semitendinosus and Semimembranosus)
218(1)
Lateral Hamstring Test (Biceps femoris)
219(3)
Knee Extension (Quadriceps femoris)
222(4)
Ankle Plantar Fiexion (Gastrocnemius and Soleus)
226(8)
Gastrocnemius and Soleus Test
228(3)
Plantar Flexion, Soleus Only
231(3)
Foot Dorsiflexion and Inversion (fibialis anterior)
234(3)
Foot Inversion (Tibialis posterior)
237(3)
Foot Eversion with Plantar Flexion (Peroneus longus and Peroneus brevis)
240(3)
Hallux and Toe MP Flexion (Lumbricales and Flexor hallucis brevis)
243(3)
Hallux MP Flexion (Flexor hallucis brevis)
244(1)
Toe MP Flexion (Lumbricales)
245(1)
Hallux and Toe DIP and PIP Flexion (Flexor digitorum longus, Flexor digitorum brevis, Flexor hallucis longus)
246(3)
Hallux and Toe MP and IP Extension (Extensor digitorum longus and brevis, Extensor hallucis longus)
249(4)
Testing of Infants, Toddlers, and Preschool Children
253(36)
Jack E. Turman, Jr.
Teresa Van Vranken
Infants: 0-12 months
256(17)
Toddlers and Preschool Children: 1-5 years
273(16)
Assessment of Muscles Innervated
289(54)
Cranial Nerves
Introduction to Testing and Grading
290(2)
Extraocular Muscles
292(4)
Muscles of the Face and Eyelids
296(8)
Nose Muscles
304(2)
Muscles of the Mouth and Face
306(6)
Muscles of Mastication
312(6)
Muscles of the Tongue
318(6)
Muscles of the Palate
324(5)
Muscles of the Pharynx
329(3)
Muscles of the Larynx
332(4)
Swallowing
336(7)
Muscle Actions in Swallowing
336(1)
Testing Swallowing
337(6)
Upright Motor Control
343(8)
The Test for Upright Control
344(1)
Flexion Control Test
344(2)
Extension Control Test (in Parts 4, 5, and 6)
346(5)
Ready Reference Anatomy
351(110)
Using this Ready Reference Section
352(1)
Alphabetical List of Muscles
352(4)
List of Muscles by Region
356(4)
Skeletal Muscles of the Human Body
360(68)
Motions and Their Participating Muscles (Motions of the Neck, Trunk, and Limbs)
428(11)
Cranial and Peripheral Nerves and the Muscles They Innervate
439(10)
Myotomes; The Motor Nerve Roots and the Muscles They Innervate
449(12)
Index 461


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