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5 Written questions

5 Matching questions

  1. Rotators
  2. Posterior Muscles
  3. Abductor Muscles
  4. Coxal
  5. Action
  1. a medially and laterally rotate the hip, rotation of the hip is the turning of the head of the femur bone in the Acetabulumn of the pelvis
  2. b the movement caused by the contraction of a muscle
  3. c the coxal bones, the sacrum and the coccyx bones form the boney pelvis also called the pelvic girdle
  4. d extend the hip and flex the leg at the knee
  5. e abduct the hip, open the legs

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. opens a joint/straightens the joint
  2. Connects with the posterior illium to form the sacroilliac joint
  3. taking limb away from midline
  4. forms the most inferior portion of the spine, the "tailbone"
  5. fused small vertebrae curved anteriorly

5 True/False questions

  1. Originthe anchor, where a muscle attaches to a bone that does not move

          

  2. Ischial Tuberosityinferior and posterior prominence of the ischium, attachment for hamstring muscles

          

  3. Anterior Musclesextend the hip and flex the leg at the knee

          

  4. Insertionthe point where a muscle attaches to a bone that moves during contraction

          

  5. Rotationmedially and laterally rotate the hip, rotation of the hip is the turning of the head of the femur bone in the Acetabulumn of the pelvis

          

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