5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Sacral hiatus
- Patellar ligament
- Joint Classification
- a Site that is sometimes used as a landmark for administering spinal anesthetic
- b Combo of flextion, extension, abduction, and adduction. Occurs at freely movable joints, describes a cone with shoulder at the pointy part.
- c Extension of the quadriceps femoris tendon
- d Lateral: moving mandible to right or left of midline. Medial: returns mandible to neutral position
- e Structurally by the connective tissue that bind them; functionally according to their degree of motion
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- Separation of bone from atrictulating with a cavity
- Caused by disuse of joint and swelling of tissues around a joint
- Four muscles that hold the humeral head tightly within the glenoid cavity
- Moving structure in anterior direction and then moving it back to anatomical position or even more posteriorly. Pulling scapulae back to vertebral columb is retraction. Jutting out jaw and pulling it back in.
- Epiphyseal plate
5 True/False Questions
Sprain → turning a structure around its long axis. Turning the head, humerus, or entire body
Temporomandibular joint → reduction in range of motion, facial pain, earache, joint noise
Passive range of motion → Caused by disuse of joint and swelling of tissues around a joint
Ankle joint and arches of the foot → Distal tibia and fibula form a highly modified hinge joint with the talus called a talocrural joint.
Extra bones → extra sutural bones on lambdoid suture, extra ribs from 7th cervical vertebrae or 1st lumbar, or one or two sesamoi bones between phalanx and metacarpal of thumb