A diabetic patient who has knowningly given himself too much insulin would likely be trying to balance their system by eating foods which contain?
The origin of the femoral nerve is?
This muscle is responsible for stabilizing the scapula against the chest wall?
This vessel aries from the aorta and delivers oxygenated blood to the myocardium?
The pyloric valve is located between?
Stimulation of the parasympathetic nervous system causes?
Decreased heart rate
Transmits nerve impulses from the brain to muscle?
Vitamin "D" is synthesized in the?
Increasing the angle joint is?
Non-moveable type of joint is?
Part of the brain controlling the "Vital Functions"?
The functional unit of the kidney for urine production?
Which of the following muscles act with the piriformis to externally rotate the femur?
Which is not normally reabsorbed by the kidney tubules?
The circulation of blood from the right ventricle through the pulmonary artery to the lung is called?
Insulin is secreted by?
Muscle contraction allowing for good posture is?
The cardiac sphincter is found at the distal end of the?
Name of tissue found covering the articular surface of bones?
Also called the master gland?
Structure which initiates stretch reflex in muscle (causing contraction)?
The 3 muscles that attach to the coracorid process are?
Coracobrachialis, short head of biceps, pectoralis minor
During what kind of exercise does the tone of the muscle increase while its length remains the same?
Where do the flexors of the wrist originate?
Which of the following is a 2 joint muscle?
A lateral curve of the spine is a deviation known as?
Inversion of the foot by the tibialis anterior turns the sole?
toward the midline
The rotator cuff is found at which joint in the body?
which type of muscle is responsible for movement of the bones?
The only bone to bone attachment between the lower appendicular skeleton and axial skeleton is the?
The origin of the short head of the biceps brachii is?
The most superficial muscle of the back is the?
The motion that can occur between the occipital and atlas is?
Flexion and extension
Brachialis is the strongest flexor of the?
Which artery should you be aware of when working in the cervical area?
The quadriceps muscle that attaches to the anterior inferior iliac spine is the?
The gluteal muscles that attaches to the iliotibial tract is the?
Which of the following muscles might need to be considered in assessment of the condition Condromalacia Patella?
Proprioceptor, which when stimulated by tension, causes a lengthening of it's associated muscle?
Golgi tendon organ
Which is an example of a "seamoid" bone?
Which type of joint is the most mobile?
Ball and Socket
Which type of the cell plays a role in the body's defense against bacteria?
Which represents the normal amount of cervical rotation?
0 to 90 degrees
Name the organelle that is responsible for cellular energy production?
Which point of muscle attachment is considered most movable?