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Passive Range of Motion Tests Since muscles can act to restrict motion, the
patient must feel secure throughout the passive range of motion tests so that his
muscles remain relaxed. FLEXION AND EXTENSION. To conduct the passive
tests for ...
NEUROLOGIC LEVELS T12, LI, L2, L3 Since there are no individual reflexes for
the T12, LI, L2, and L3 levels, their integrity can only be evaluated through
muscle and sensory tests. Muscle Testing Iliopsoas: nerves emanating from T12,
LI, L2 ...
Manubrium of sternum, 5, 6 Masseter muscle, 131 Mastoid processes, 108
McMurray test, 191, 192 Medial brachial ... 202, 203, 212 Median nerve, 48, 125
carpal tunnel syndrome and, 82 elbow testing and, 53 muscle testing and, 94, 95,
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