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Fig 713 Some muscles of the arm and leg
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On the anterior surface of the thigh, note the large quadriceps (KWAHDrih-seps) femoris (FEM-or-is) group This four-headed (quadriceps) group runs down the front of the thigh and acts as a powerful extensor of the lower leg [Advice for additional study: A much more thorough discussion of the normal structure and function of the skeletal muscles is provided in our friendly tablemates, ANATOMY DEMYSTIFIED and PHYSIOLOGY DEMYSTIFIED So why don t you go get them, and dig in !]
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Skeletal muscles and their tendons, like their partnering bones and joints, have particular weaknesses that make them susceptible to disease or injury
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Muscles strain, but ligaments sprain
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Probably the most common musculoskeletal (musk-you-loh-SKEL-eh-tal) muscle (muscul ) and bony skeleton (skelet) problems we experience are
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various strains and sprains The terminology is similar and therefore confusing A muscle strain, also called a muscle pull, is literally a drawing [out] tight or overstretching of a skeletal muscle The muscle is abnormally pulled beyond the normal range of its usual length (Figure 714, A) In technical terms, there is a muscular hyperextension (high-per-eks-TEN-shun) or process of (-ion) excessive or above normal (hyper-) stretching out (extens) Because the muscle is pulled beyond its normal range, some of its individual muscle bers
Attaching tendon
Skeletal muscle at normal resting length Abnormal pulling force
Muscle hyperextends; some muscle fibers torn apart
Normal calcaneofibular ligament Fibula (bone)
Tearing of the calcaneofibular ligament Sudden inversion of ankle
Calcaneus ("heel") bone Normal healthy ankle joint (lateral aspect of foot shown)
Sprain of ankle joint (B)
Fig 714 Muscle strain versus ligament sprain (A) Muscle strain: A skeletal muscle
gets overstretched and hyperextended, resulting in tearing of the muscle bers (B) Ligament sprain in the ankle joint: Tearing of the calcaneo- bular ligament
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(thin, ber-shaped cells) get torn This results in muscular pain and, depending upon the severity of the muscle tear, some degree of internal bleeding A back strain, for instance, could involve a sudden overstretching (hyperextension) and tearing of bers in the low muscles of the back, as when slipping and falling on the ice Summarizing the basic course of events, we have:
MUSCLE STRAIN (MUSCLE PULL) MUSCLE IS HYPEREXTENDED (STRONGLY PULLED BEYOND NORMAL LENGTH) TEARING OF SOME MUSCLE FIBERS
MUSCLE PAIN
Now we know that strains happen to skeletal muscles A ligament (LIG-ahment), in contrast, is a narrow band of tough collagen and stretchy elastic bers that connects bones to each other Especially common problems involve the ligamentous (lig-ah-MEN-tus) tissue of the tarsals (ankle bones) These are illustrated in Figure 714 (B) In particular, there is the very common problem of tendon or ligament sprain The actual word, sprain, means to force out A sprain is thus a sudden forcing out of place of a tendon or ligament near a joint Speci cally, the tendon/ ligament is hyperextended far beyond its normal length Some of the connective tissue bers within these forced out, abnormally hyperextended ligaments or tendons may rupture or tear However, there is no bone fracture or actual dislocation of the nearby joint Sprains are graded into rst-degree, seconddegree, and third-degree sprains, with the higher degrees indicating more severe ligament damage Figure 714 (B) shows the dynamics of an ankle sprain The more lateral ligaments strapping the ankle bones together on the outside of the foot are the ones most frequently sprained Consider the calcaneo- bular (kal-KAYnee-oh-FIB-you-lar) ligament, for example It is the ligament that attaches the outer surface of the calcaneus (kal-KAY-nee-us) or heel bone to the bula (FIB-you-lah) bone in the lower leg The most frequent cause of ankle sprain (especially of the calcaneo- bular ligament) is a sudden inversion (in-VER-zhun) or turning (vers) inward (in-) of the ankle The connective tissue bers in the calcaneo- bular ligament are overstretched and may rupture or tear This results in pain, swelling, and limitation of ankle motion Such ankle inversion (sudden turning inward) can occur during various running sports At other times, however, it may involve an accident as simple as twisting your ankle inward when you step off a curb into the street!
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