5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- subclavius and pectoralis minor muscles
- biceps femoris, semimembranosus, and semitendinosus muscles
- coracobrachialis muscle
- gluteus maximus
- infraspinatus and teres minor
- a rotate the arm laterally
- b two deep chest muscles arise along the ventral surfaces of the ribs. Both depress and protract the shoulder
- c produces flexion and adduction at the shoulder
- d largest muscle which produces extension and lateral rotation at the hip.
- e the flexors of the knee. Together they produce extension of the hip and are termed "hamstrings"
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- the arms compartments of the upper limb
- oppose flexing of the elbow
- extension of the wrist is provided by this muscle, which also abducts the wrist.
- superficial muscles of the forearm that cooperate to flex the wrist.
- medially rotates the tibia (or laterally rotates the femur) to unlock the knee joint.
5 True/False Questions
Vastus (intermedius, lateralis, medialis muscles, and the rectus femoris → the flexors of the knee. Together they produce extension of the hip and are termed "hamstrings"
anterior, medial, and posterior compartments → the leg's compartments of the lower limb.
serratus anterior muscle → longest muscle in the body
rhomboid muscles → a pair that produce eversion as well as plantar flexion
extensor carpi ulnaris → adducts the wrist