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Midterm: Thurs., 1/13. 50 questions Possible formats: T-F, multiple-choice, matching Handouts: Major Models/Hypotheses Outline (first 8 pp., Topics I & II) Unified/3-phase model of degeneration Conceptual Models of degeneration “Sympathetic nerve…” Murphy comments.

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    1. Midterm: Thurs., 1/13 • 50 questions • Possible formats: T-F, multiple-choice, matching • Handouts: • Major Models/Hypotheses Outline (first 8 pp., Topics I & II) • Unified/3-phase model of degeneration • Conceptual Models of degeneration • “Sympathetic nerve…” Murphy comments

    2. Handouts and notes, cont… • Introduction to Subluxation Theories (on webpage) • Subluxation Definitions and Component Models (on webpage) • Reflex and Neuroimmune Models (these PowerPoints are also temporarily on my webpage): • Nerve Compression Model • Cord Compression Model

    3. Review: • Component Models: 3-D (Kent) and traditional 5-component models • Subluxation definitions: ACC definition

    4. Review: • Organization of Models • Biomechanical, Neurologic, etc… • What categories different hypotheses apply to: (meniscoid entrapment is a fixation hypothesis, compensation reaction is an hypothesis relating to kinesiopathology/dynamics, etc..)

    5. I. Biomechanical Models A. Misalignment 1. Intervertebral Subluxation trauma, disc, infections, etc… 2. Statics/basic and compensatory distortion B. Spinal Fixation 1. adhesion in synovial joints 2. meniscoid entrapment etc…….

    6. Review: • Subluxation Degeneration: differences between 4 and 3-phase models; chronology and response to care • Conceptual Models of Degeneration-general sequence of events in each; role of neuroendocrine substances

    7. Reflex Models: • Somato-somatic (aka somato-motor) • Somato-visceral (aka somato-autonomic) • Viscero-somatic (aka viscero-motor) • Central mechanisms: facilitation; somatic and visceral dysafferentation

    8. Sympatheticotonia & “dysautonomia” role in immune function

    9. Cyriax Carver Lewit Jirout Kapandji Mennell Suh Grostic Korr Carrick Seaman Murphy Names to know: