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Hip and Thigh Movement Animation

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- The 3 hamstring muscles (biceps femoris, semimembranosus and semitendinosus) – these muscles form most of the flesh of the back of the thigh; they flex the knee and extend the hip; - Gluteus maximus muscle (buttock); and, - Gracilis, sartorius and plantaris muscles.

Ankle Dorsiflexion Animation

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Ankle dorsiflexion essentially means moving your foot so that your toes get closer to your knee.

Febrile Seizure

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The majority of epilepsy cases are idiopathic (cause not identified) and symptoms begin during childhood or early adolescence. A child who has a seizure while standing should be gently assisted to the floor and placed in a side-lying position. In adults, epilepsy can occur after severe neu...

EpiPen Animation (Part 1)

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An epinephrine auto-injector is a medical device for injecting a measured dose or doses of epinephrine by means of autoinjector technology. It is most often used for the treatment of anaphylaxis. The first epinephrine auto-injector was brought to market in the 1980s.

Ankle Inversion Animation

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Eversion–Turning outward. Inversion–Turning inward.

Inflammation Animation

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Inflammation is caused by a number of physical reactions triggered by the immune system in response to a physical injury or an infection. Inflammation does not necessarily mean that there is an infection, but an infection can cause inflammation.

Knee Animation

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With a sudden meniscus tear, a pop may be heard or felt in the knee. After the initial injury, pain, swelling, and tightness may increase over the next few days. The most common knee injury is the torn meniscus. Although a torn meniscus can happen to anyone, this injury occurs most often to athle...

Trunk Movement Animation

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Muscles responsible for trunk and abdominal movement.

Hand Opposition Animation

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Opposition is a composite of the following two motions: Rotation of the thumb into pronation so that the pulp fingers of the thumb and index fingers face one another. Abduction or lifting of the thumb away from the palm of the hand (palmar abduction).