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Chapter 16 and 17 Exam Review. Anatomy of the Eye. Muscles of the Eye. Anatomy of the Ear. Middle. External. Inner. Auricle. Semicircular Canals. Vestibular Nerve. Cochlear Nerve. Cochlea. Tympanic Membrane. Eustachian tube. Nose. Hard Palate. Soft Palate.

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Chapter 16 and 17 exam review

Chapter 16 and 17Exam Review


Anatomy of the eye
Anatomy of the Eye

Lindsey E. Eberman, MS, ATC, LAT


Muscles of the eye
Muscles of the Eye

Lindsey E. Eberman, MS, ATC, LAT


Anatomy of the ear
Anatomy of the Ear

Middle

External

Inner

Auricle

Semicircular Canals

Vestibular Nerve

Cochlear Nerve

Cochlea

Tympanic Membrane

Eustachian tube

Lindsey E. Eberman, MS, ATC, LAT


Chapter 16 and 17 exam review
Nose

Hard Palate

Soft Palate

Lindsey E. Eberman, MS, ATC, LAT


Hy thy cry try hyoid thyroid cartilage cricoid cartilage trachea
Hy- Thy- Cry- TryHyoid- Thyroid Cartilage- Cricoid Cartilage- Trachea

Lindsey E. Eberman, MS, ATC, LAT


Chapter 16 and 17 exam review

A: Wrinkles brow

A: Aids in biting

A: Closes the eyes

A: Smiling

A: “Puckers” lips

A: Depresses cheeks

A: Aids in biting

Lindsey E. Eberman, MS, ATC, LAT



Assessing tmj dysfunction
Assessing TMJ Dysfunction

1. Palpating the internal joint- When placing the finger in the ear, the pad of the finger should face anteriorly.

2. Palpating the external joint- Look for asymmetry, clicking, locking during opening and closing.

3. Assessing ACTIVE ROM. Place fingers or knuckles in the mouth. 2=normal ROM

<2= dec ROM

Lindsey E. Eberman, MS, ATC, LAT


Traumatic iritis
Traumatic Iritis

  • Redness associated with blunt trauma

  • Athlete complains of

    • Blurred vision

    • Sensitivity to light

    • Sensation of pressure

Lindsey E. Eberman, MS, ATC, LAT