5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- flexor retinaculum
- pronator teres
- External intercostals
- extensor retinaculum
- a posterior of carpal bones to hold tendon down.
- b rotates the forearm medially. Superficial in anatomical position, supine. Pronates-palm up to down.
- c Action; draws mouth up and lateral (smiling). Minor on superior and major on the posterior. Superficial cheek region.
- d located at base of palm on anterior side of hand--covers flexor tendons and prevents bowstringing except palmaris longus.
- e Muscle for respiration. Elevates rips during inspiration. Lateral view. deep.
5 Multiple choice questions
- long muscles from the forearm to the wrist. anterior and superficial . Elbow to thumb side of the wrist. Action; extends and abducts hand.
- Muscles acting on the shoulder. Posterior view superficial triangular muscle. Action; elevates, depresses, retracts scapula, and extends head.
- from sacral plexus goes from butt to achilles tendon
- rotates the forearm laterally. Deep supines- palm down to up.
- flexes forearm, deep muscles in brachial region.
5 True/False questions
External oblique → More deep than external oblique. Action; compresses abdomen, flexes and rotates trunk.
Deltoid → Flexes, abducts, and laterally rotates thigh at the hip; flexes knee ie: crossing your legs. Longest muscle in the body wraps around thigh from anterior view.
Buccainator → rotates the forearm laterally. Deep supines- palm down to up.
Flexor digitorum superficialis → anterior of forearm goes to wrist on the thumb side.Action flexes and abducts hand.
Sternocleidomastoid → adducts scapula. posterior to the minor deeper than the trapezius. Posterior view.