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BK
Seventh edition
Pencaitland : Handspring Publishing, 2019
xii, 323 stran : barevné ilustrace ; 28 cm

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ISBN 978-1-912085-60-6 (brožováno)
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Obsahuje bibliografii na stranách 301-302 a rejstřík
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Chapter 1 - THE HIP... 2 // The hip joint (coxofemoral joint)... 2 // The hip: the joint at the root of the lower limb... 4 // Movements of flexion at the hip joint... 6 // Movements of extension at the hip joint... 8 // Movements of extension at the hip joint... 8 // Movements of abduction at the hip joint... 10 // Movements of adduction at the hip joint... 12 // Movements of axial rotation at the hip joint... 14 // Movements of circumduction at the hip joint... 16 // Orientation of the femoral head and of the acetabulum... 18 // The femoral head... 18 // The acetabulum... 18 // Relationships of the articular surfaces... 20 // The architecture of the femur and of the pelvis... 22 // The acetabular labrum and the ligament of head of femur... 24 // The articular capsule of the hip joint... 26 // The ligaments of the hip joint... 28 // Role of the ligaments in flexion-extension... 30 // Role of the ligaments in lateral-medial rotation... 32 // Role of the ligaments in adduction-abduction... 34 // The functional anatomy of the ligament of head of femur... 36 // Coaptation of the articular surfaces of the hip joint... 38 // Muscular and bony factors maintaining the stability of the hip joint... 40 // The flexor muscles of the hip joint... 42 // The extensor muscles of the hip joint... 44 // The abductor muscles of the hip joint... 46 // Hip abduction... 48 // The transverse stability of the pelvis... 50 // The adductor muscles of the hip joint... 52 // The adductor muscles of the hip joint (continued)... 54 // The lateral rotator muscles of the hip joint... 56 // Rotator muscles of the hip joint... 58 // Inversion of muscular actions... 60 // Inversion of muscular actions (continued)... 62 // Successive recruitment of the abductor muscles... 64 // Chapter 2-THE KNEE... 66 // The axes of the knee joint... 68 // Axial rotation of the knee... 74 //
General architecture of the lower limb and orientation of the articular surfaces... 76 // Torsion at the level of the knee... 78 // Torsion at the level of the tibia... 78 // The result of these torsions... 78 // The articular surfaces of flexion-extension... 80 // IX // The tibial articular surfaces in relation to axial rotation... 82 // Profiles of the femoral condyles and of the tibial articular surfaces... 84 // Determinants of the condylotrochlear profile... 86 // Movements of the femoral condyles on the tibial plateau during flexion-extension... 88 // Movements of the femoral condyles on the tibial plateau during axial rotation... 90 // The articular capsule... 92 // The ligamentum mucosum, the synovial plicae and the joint capacity... 94 // The inter-articular menisci... 96 // Meniscal displacements during flexion-extension... 98 // Meniscal displacements during axial rotation meniscal lesions... 100 // Patellar displacements relative to the femur... 102 // Femoropatellar relationships... 104 // Patellar movements relative to the tibia... 106 // The collateral ligaments of the knee... 108 // Transverse stability of the knee... 1? // Transverse stability of the knee (continued)... 112 // Anteroposterior stability of the knee... 114 // The peri-articular defence system of the knee... 116 // The cruciate ligaments of the knee... 118 // Relations between the capsule and the cruciate ligaments... 120 // The direction of the cruciate ligaments... 122 // The mechanical role of the cruciate ligaments... 124 // The mechanical role of the cruciate ligaments (continued)... 126 // The mechanical role of the cruciate ligaments (final)... 128 // Rotational stability of the extended knee... 130 // Rotational stability of the extended knee (continued)... 132 // Rotational stability of the extended knee (final)... 134 // Dynamic tests of the knee during medial rotation...136 //
Dynamic tests for rupture of the anterior cruciate ligament... 138 // Dynamic tests of the knee during lateral rotation... 140 // The extensor muscles of the knee... 142 // Physiological actions of the rectus femoris... 144 // The flexor muscles of the knee... 146 // The rotator muscles of the knee... 148 // Automatic rotation of the knee... 150 // Automatic rotation of the knee (continued)... 152 // Dynamic equilibrium of the knee... 154 // Chapter 3-THE ANKLE... 156 // The articular complex of the foot... 158 // Flexion-extension... 160 // The articular surfaces of the ankle joint... 162 // The articular surfaces of the ankle joint (continued)... 164 // The ligaments of the ankle joint... 166 // Anteroposterior stability of the ankle and factors limiting flexion-extension... 168 // Transverse stability of the ankle joint... 170 // The tibiofibular joints... 172 // Functional anatomy of the tibiofibular joints... 174 // Why does the leg have two bones?... 176 // X // Chapter 4 - THE FOOT... 178 // Axial rotation and side-to-side movements of the foot... 180 // The articular surfaces of the subtalar joint... 182 // Congruence and incongruence of the articular surfaces of the subtalar joint... 184 // The talus: the unusual bone... 186 // The ligaments of the subtalar joint... 188 // The transverse tarsal joint and its ligaments... 190 // Movements at the subtalar j oint... 192 // Movements at the subtalar and transverse tarsal joints... 194 // Movements at the transverse tarsal joint... 196 // The overall functioning of the posterior tarsal joints... 198 // Movement of inversion... 198 // To sum up... 198 // Movement of eversion... 198 // To sum up... 198 // The heterokinetic universal joint of the hindfoot... 200 // The ligamentous chains during inversion and eversion... 202 // Factors restricting the movement of inversion... 202 //
Factors restricting the movement of eversion... 202 // The cuneonavicular, intercuneiform and tarsometatarsal joints... 204 // Movements at the anterior tarsal and tarsometatarsal joints... 206 // Extension of the toes... 208 // The compartments of the leg... 210 // The compartments of the leg (continued)... 212 // The interosseous and the lumbrical muscles... 214 The muscles of the sole of the foot... 216 // The fibrous tunnels of the instep and of the sole of the foot... 218 // The flexor muscles of the ankle... 220 // The triceps surae... 222 // The triceps surae (continued)... 224 // The other extensor muscles of the ankle... 226 // The abductor-pronator muscles: the fibularis muscles fibulaires... 228 // The adductor-supinator muscles: the tibialis muscles... 230 // Chapter 5 - THE PLANTAR VAULT... 232 // Overview of the plantar vault... 234 // The medial arch... 236 // The lateral arch... 238 // The anterior arch and the transverse arch of the foot... 240 // The distribution of loads and static distortions of the plantar vault... 242 // Architectural equilibrium of the foot... 244 // Dynamic distortions of the plantar vault during walking... 246 // First period: Heel strike or contact with the ground... 246 // Second period: Maximal contact... 246 // Third period: First stage of active propulsion... 246 // Fourth period: Second stage of active propulsion... 246 // Dynamic distortions of the plantar vault secondary to inclination of the leg on the inverted foot... 248 // Dynamic distortions of the plantar vault secondary to inclination of the leg on the everted foot... 250 // Adaptation of the plantar vault to the terrain... 252 // The various types of pes cavus... 254 // XI // The various types of pes planus... 256 // Imbalances of the anterior arch... 258 // Types of feet... 260 // Chapter 6-WALKING... 262 // The move to bipedalism...264 //
The miracle of bipedalism... 266 // The initial step and those that follow it... 268 // Swing phase of the gait cycle... 270 // The stance phase of the gait cycle... 272 // The footprints... 274 // Pelvic oscillations... 276 // Tilting of the pelvis... 278 // Torsion of the trunk... 280 // Swinging of the upper limbs... 282 // Muscles involved in walking... 284 // Muscular chains during running... 286 // The different types of walking and jumping... 288 // Military marches and dancing... 290 // Walking is freedom... 292 // APPENDICES... 295 // The nerves of the lower limb... 296 // Sensory compartments of the lower limb... 298 // Bibliography... 301 // Index... 303 // Models of joint biomechanics... 309

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