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A physical therapist is gross manual testing the trunk of a female patient who has a history of stroke. The patient, in prone position, moves into the direction of trunk extension with her hands behind the ears. Trunk extension includes the following muscles except:

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The ankle and the foot are complex structures that work together during gait to provide balance as the body walks over an uneven ground. The ankle joint is responsible for the

I. Lateral adjustments
II. Stability
III. Forward motion
IV. Medial adjustments

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A patient is referred to the clinic for a cardiac rehabilitation program. The history of the patient reveals a diagnosis of myocardial infarction, involving the left coronary artery. This artery divides into two major arteries: the left anterior descending artery and the circumflex artery. The left descending artery supplies which of the following:

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A physical therapist asks a female patient suspected of S1 nerve root compression to try walking on her toes. This test aims to check for
muscle weakness. Walking on toes aims to tests which of the following muscles of the lower extremity ?

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A patient who has had a stroke is assessed by the physical therapist before starting a course of physical therapy. On assessment, the patient demonstrates contralateral weakness, contralateral sensory loss of the toes, foot and leg, and inability to make decisions. Urinary incontinence is also noted. The artery that was most likely affected is :

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A single nerve root can supply more than one peripheral nerve. Because of this, if pressure is applied to one nerve root, the distribution of sensation or motor function is exhibited in more than one peripheral nerve distribution. If the L5 is compressed, which of the following is most likely reported by the patient ?

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Assessment of a 3-month-old child reveals a palpable clunk when the left hip is reduced in and out of the acetabulum. The child is suspected of developmental dysplasia of the hip with subluxation. Which of the following statements most accurately describes a subluxation ?

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The cerebral cortex, the outer gray layer of the brain, is mainly responsible for conscious activities of the cerebrum. The cerebral cortex consists of four lobes. The Wernicke’s area for sensory and speech is located in which lobe ?

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There are 31 pairs of spinal nerves that branch off from the spinal cord. In the cervical region, the spinal nerves exit ___(1)__ the vertebra. In the thoracic region, the spinal nerves exit ___(2)___ the vertebra. In the lumbar region, the spinal nerves exit ___(3)___ the vertebra.

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The pain distribution of trigeminal neuralgia follows the sensory distribution of the fifth cranial nerve, which typically radiates to the maxillary branch. The maxillary branch is one of the fifth cranial nerve’s three branches. This branch supplies sensation to which area of the head ?

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A football player who complains of burning pain in the supraclavicular area that radiates down to the arm is diagnosed with Grade II peripheral nerve injury. Grade II is classified as axonotmesis. Which of the following accurately describes axonotmesis ?

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patient demonstrates loss of muscle strength in all four extremities due to a spinal cord injury. Which of the following is accurately derived from the finding ?

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A 25-year-old female gave birth to a male newborn with talipes equinovarus involving the right foot. In most cases of clubfoot deformities, which of the following is most commonly involved ?

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The brainstem consists of three areas: midbrain, medulla oblongata, and pons. The medulla oblongata is composed of all afferent and efferent tracts. It is also the center for various physiological mechanisms. The following are controlled by the medulla oblongata except :

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The following muscles in the lower allow adduction of the hip joint except :

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Movements during ambulation are the result of several factors, including those produced by the muscles. Muscles are essential for acceleration, deceleration, and shock absorption. Which of the following is true about the muscles involved with gait kinetics ?

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The obturator nerve, the largest nerve formed from the anterior divisions of the lumbar plexus, provides sensory innervation to the skin and fascia over the distal 2/3 of the thigh. This peripheral nerve is derived from the following nerve roots except :

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The anterior deltoid originates from the lateral margin and superior surface of the acromion. It inserts into the deltoid tuberosity of the humerus. Which of the following is the correct action of the anterior deltoid ?

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The mechanism of recovery after a stroke comes in two stages. The first stage of recovery occurs within the first three to six months. The second stage occurs after this time period. Which of the following changes are expected within the first three to six months after a stroke ?

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A patient who complains of fatigue, difficulty swallowing, and weakness is diagnosed with myasthenia gravis. The physical therapist, who is teaching the patient with various conservation methods, understands that this condition is most likely caused by which of the following ?

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