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Paige S.
Master of Science in Biomechanics
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Writing
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Question:

A broad vocabulary can help convey specific ideas much better than basic description. Replace the simple words in this sentence with more detailed language: The ketchup came out of the bottle too fast.

Paige S.
Answer:

Adding colorful adjectives and simile to your writing can make a real difference. I held the bottle menacingly over my unsuspecting french fries, gave it a loud smack and the ketchup erupted out onto my plate like red hot lava from Mt. Saint Heinz!

Biophysics
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Question:

Consider a cerebral palsy patient who struggles with fixed forearm pronation. What kinds of activities would prove difficult (or impossible) for someone with this biomechanical restriction?

Paige S.
Answer:

Inability to supinate the hand would make any task involving wrist rotation a challenge. Without excessive compensation at the shoulder, turning a door knob or using eating utensils would prove very difficult.

Anatomy
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Question:

At their insertion, the hamstrings act to flex the knee. What is their main function at the origin?

Paige S.
Answer:

As they originate primarily from the ischial tuberosity of the pelvis, the hamstrings also extend the hip.

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