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5 Matching Questions

  1. Stabilizer
  2. Elasticity
  3. Passive Insufficiency
  4. Lower Neuron Lesions (SIGNS)
  5. Afferent Neuron
  1. a ability to return to normal length after stretching or shortening is applied
  2. b occurs when an inactive antagonist muscle is of insuffficient length to allow full ROM available at the joint crossed by passive muscle
  3. c muscle(s) that support a part and allows the agonist to work efficiently AKA fixator
  4. d paralysis flaccid, atrophy-marked, hypo reflexesPeripheral
  5. e sends info to CNS; sensitive to changes in fiber length

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. determined by dividing the length of the force by the length of the resistance arm
  2. muscle shortens; muscle attachements move close together; if movement occuring with gravity, the muscle is overcoming a force greater than the pull of gravity
  3. transmit forces generated by the muscle to the bone which the muscle is attached
  4. when the agonist and antagonist contract at the same time
  5. long, strap-like (parallel)

5 True/False Questions

  1. Epimysiumbranches of spinal nerves-when nerve is outside of the spinal cord, nerve branch called rami

          

  2. Agonistmuscle(s) having action directly opposite of the desired motion

          

  3. Fusiformrounded muscles and are tapered at the ends

          

  4. Isometrican exercise where the speed is constant and the load will accommodate; pain facter, middle of range, strength

          

  5. Levera rigid bar that can rotate about a fixed point when a force is applied to overcome resistance

          

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