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5 Matching questions

  1. Antagonist
  2. Rectilinear
  3. Proximal
  4. Sensory and motor innervation of the UE
  5. I
  1. a The brachial plexus supplies
  2. b Which of the following cranial nerves is not involved with the eye (vision or eye movement)
  3. c The muscle which is relaxed while the primary mover contracts is known as the
  4. d The type of movement that occurs when you push a box across the floor is termed
  5. e In the anatomical position the shoulder is______ to the elbow

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. The point at which two-joint muscles cannot be stretched any further is referred to as
  2. Which of the following cranial nerves has a sensory and motor function
  3. The _____ joint is a triaxial joint because it allows motion in 3 planes
  4. The Biceps Brachii is a _____ muscle
  5. The tract that is also called the pyramidial tract and which carries motor impulses is called

5 True/False questions

  1. Traction epiphysis of the tibial tuberosityOsgood-Schlatter disease occurs in growing children who are active in sports and experience pain when the patellar tendon becomes inflamed at the

          

  2. Open kinetic chainDuring a _____ reaction the insertion moves toward the orgin

          

  3. ConcentricIn the anatomical position when the elbow moves from flexion to extension while slowing the effects of gravity the biceps brachii is moving

          

  4. Frontal lobeA jumping jack would occur in the ______ plane

          

  5. MetacarpophalangealThe ______ joint is a biaxial joint because it allows motion in two places

          

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