Table of contents for Examination of musculoskeletal injuries / Sandra J. Shultz, Peggy A. Houglum, David H. Perrin.

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Introduction to the Athletic Training Education Series
Preface
Acknowledgments
Part I Principles of Examination
Chapter 1 Anatomical Nomenclature and Injury Classifications
Anatomical Reference Terminology
Injury Classifications
Closed (Unexposed) Wounds
Open (Exposed) Wounds
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 2 Principles of Examination: An Overview
Examination Components
Documenting the Examination
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 3 Taking a History
Information to Seek
Situation-Specific History and Depth of Inquiry
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited Reference
Additional Resources
Chapter 4 Observation
System of Observational Examination
Details of Specific Observation
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 5 Palpation
General Principles
Structures to Palpate
Palpation Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 6 Examination of Motion
Goals and Purposes
Normal Range of Motion
Prerequisites for Successful ROM Examination
Measuring Range of Motion
Accessory Movement Examination
Special Tests: Ligament and Capsule Stress Tests
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 7 Examination of Strength
Muscle Contraction
Goals and Purposes 
Methods of Strength Examination
Manual Strength Examination
Instrumented Strength Examination
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 8 Examination of Neurological Status
Functional Neuroanatomy
General Principles of the Neurological Exam
Region-Specific Neurological Examination
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 9 Examination of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Status
Functional Anatomy and Physiology
Examination of Cardiovascular and Respiratory Status
Cardiovascular Compromise
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 10 Putting It All Together: General Examination Strategies
On-Site Examination
Acute Examination
Clinical Examination
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Additional Resources
Part II Region-Specific Examination Strategies
Chapter 11 Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine
Functional Anatomy
Injuries to the Cervical and Upper Thoracic Spine
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 12 Shoulder and Arm
Functional Anatomy
Shoulder Complex and Upper Arm Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 13 Elbow and Forearm
Functional Anatomy
Elbow and Forearm Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 14 Wrist and Hand
Functional Anatomy
Wrist and Hand Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 15 Lower Thoracic and Lumbar Spine
Functional Anatomy
Lower Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited Reference
Additional Resources
Chapter 16 Leg, Ankle, and Foot
Functional Anatomy
Leg, Ankle, and Foot Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 17 Knee and Thigh
Functional Anatomy
Knee and Thigh Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 18 Hip, Pelvis, and Groin
Functional Anatomy
Hip, Pelvis, and Groin Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited Resources
Additional Resources
Chapter 19 Head and Face
Functional Anatomy
Head and Face Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 20 Thorax and Abdomen
Functional Anatomy
Thorax and Abdomen Injuries
Objective Tests
Injury Examination Strategies
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Part III Recognition of General Medical Conditions
Chapter 21 EENT and Cardiorespiratory Conditions
Eyes, Ears, and Mouth
Respiratory System
Cardiovascular System
Viral Syndromes
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 22 Digestive, Endocrine, Reproductive, and Urinary Conditions
Endocrine System
Digestive System
Eating Disorders
Sexually Transmitted Diseases and Diseases Transmitted by Body Fluid
Genitourinary Tract and Organs
Gynecological Conditions
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Chapter 23 Musculoskeletal, Nervous, and Integumentary Conditions
The Skin
Musculoskeletal Disorders
Neurological Disorders
Systemic Diseases
Summary
Review Questions
Critical Thinking Questions
Cited References
Additional Resources
Glossary
Index
About the Authors

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Sports injuries -- Diagnosis -- Examinations, questions, etc.
Sports medicine -- Examinations, questions, etc.
Athletic Injuries -- diagnosis -- Examination Questions.
Musculoskeletal System -- injuries -- Examination Questions.
Physical Education and Training -- methods -- Examination Questions.
Sports Medicine -- methods -- Examination Questions.