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Tyldesley & Grieves'S Muscles, Nerves And Movement In Human Occupation

  • EDITOR Wiley - Blackwell Scientific Publications
  • NIVEL Profesional
  • STOCKNO
  • IDIOMAInglés
Códigos
  • ISBN 978-1-4051-8929-3
  • EAN 9781405189293
Colección
  • Colección -
  • Número -
Características
  • Encuadernado Rústica
  • Páginas 365
  • Largo 250
  • Ancho 190
  • Peso -
Edición
  • Fecha 15-01-2012
  • Número 4
  • Año 2012
Reseña
Table of Contents
¦Preface to the fourth edition
¦Acknowledgements
Section I: Introduction to movement

¦Chapter 1 Basic units, structure and function: supporting tissues, muscle and nerve
¦Framework and support: the connective tissues
¦Articulations
¦Skeletal muscle
¦Basic units of the nervous system
¦Muscle tone
¦Summary
¦Chapter 2 Movement terminology
¦The anatomical position
¦Planes and axes of movement
¦Structure and movements at synovial joints
¦Group action and types of muscle work
¦Biomechanical principles
¦Summary
¦Chapter 3 The central nervous system: the brain and spinal cord
¦PART I: THE BRAIN
¦Introduction to the form and structure
¦Cerebral hemispheres
¦Basal ganglia
¦Thalamus
¦Hypothalamus and limbic system
¦Brain stem
¦Cerebellum
¦Summary of brain areas: function in movement
¦PART II: THE SPINAL CORD
¦Position and segmentation of the spinal cord
¦Spinal reflex pathways
¦Summary of the functions of the spinal cord
¦Summary
¦Chapter 4 The peripheral nervous system: cranial and spinal nerves
¦Introduction
¦Spinal nerves
¦Peripheral nerves
¦Cranial nerves
¦Autonomic nervous system
¦Summary
Section II: Anatomy of movement in everyday living

¦Chapter 5 Positioning movements: the shoulder and elbow
¦Introduction
¦PART I: THE SHOULDER
¦The shoulder (pectoral) girdle
¦The shoulder (glenohumeral) joint
¦Muscles of the shoulder region
¦PART II: THE ELBOW
¦Elbow position and function
¦The elbow joint
¦Muscles moving the elbow
¦Summary of the shoulder and elbow in functional movements
¦Summary
¦Chapter 6 Manipulative movements: the forearm, wrist and hand
¦Introduction
¦Functions of the forearm and wrist
¦The forearm
¦The wrist
¦Functions of the hand
¦Movements of the hand: fingers and thumb
¦Muscles moving the hand: fingers and thumb
¦Types of grip
¦Summary of muscles of the forearm and intrinsic muscles of the hand
¦Summary
¦Chapter 7 Nerve supply of the upper limb
¦Introduction
¦The brachial plexus
¦Terminal branches of the brachial plexus
¦Axillary nerve: shoulder movement
¦Spinal segmental innervation of the upper limb
¦Summary
¦Chapter 8 Support and propulsion: the lower limb
¦Introduction
¦Joints and movements of the pelvis, thigh and leg
¦Muscles of the thigh and leg in support, swing and propulsion
¦Functions of the foot
¦Summary of the lower limb muscles
¦Summary
¦Chapter 9 Nerve supply of the lower limb
¦Introduction
¦Lumbar plexus: position and formation
¦Terminal branches of the lumbar plexus
¦Sacral plexus: position and formation
¦Terminal branches of the sacral plexus
¦Spinal segmental innervation of the lower limb
¦Summary
¦Chapter 10 Upright posture and breathing: the trunk
¦Introduction
¦Upright posture
¦Breathing
¦Pelvic tilt and the pelvic floor
¦Nerve supply of the muscles of the neck and trunk
¦Summary of the muscles of the trunk
Section III: Sensorimotor control of movement

¦Chapter 11 Sensory background to movement
¦Somatosensory system
¦Vestibular system
¦Visual system
¦Regulation of posture
¦Summary
¦Chapter 12 Motor control
¦Introduction
¦Spinal mechanisms
¦Descending motor system
¦Planning, co-ordination and motor learning
¦Summary
Section IV: Human occupation

¦Chapter 13 Occupational performance skills and capacities
¦Multiple factors in control of occupational performance skills
¦Core positions and patterns of occupational performance skills
¦Summary
¦Chapter 14 Occupational performance
¦Introduction
¦Framework for understanding human occupation
¦Case scenarios
¦PART I
¦Example case scenario
¦Further case scenarios
¦Case scenario 1: Mabel; the ageing process
¦Case scenario 2: Mary; Parkinson’s disease
¦Case scenario 3: John; traumatic brain injury
¦Case scenario 4: Patrick; hand injury
¦Case scenario 5: Christopher; spinal cord injury
¦Case scenario 6: Susan; chronic pain
¦PART II
¦Case scenario 1: Mabel; the ageing process
¦Case scenario 2: Mary; Parkinson’s disease
¦Case scenario 3: John; traumatic brain injury
¦Case scenario 4: Patrick; hand injury
¦Case scenario 5: Christopher; spinal cord injury
¦Case scenario 6: Susan; chronic pain
¦Conclusion
¦References
¦Further reading
¦Appendix I: Bones
¦Appendix II: Segmental nerve supply of muscles
¦Glossary
¦Index
¦Practice note-pad list

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