5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Rotator cuff
- Illitobial tract
- Rectus Femoris
- Extensor digitorum
- a Action; draws mouth up and lateral (smiling). Minor on superior and major on the posterior. Superficial cheek region.
- b Extends knee and flexes thigh at hip. Anterior thigh wide superficial muscle connecting thigh to knee.
- c Posterior, Big center muscle of forearm.Action; extends wrist & extend fingers II-V. (for extensor retinaculum).
- d broad sheet of tendons on lateral side of thigh
- e S.I.T.S supraspinatus, infraspinatus, teres minor, subscapularis.
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- muscle of the hip that extends the thigh, most common thought of butt muscle.
- Lateral rotation of the arm; posterior to the clavicle from posterior view deep. (rotator cuff)
- adducts thigh Medial side from posterior view, thinner muscle.
- compresses abdomen, and flexes trunk. Straight superficial six pack muscle.
- Rotates arm medially. Posterior to clavicle.
5 True/False Questions
Pectoralis Minor → depresses and moves scapula anteriorly. Attaches to ribs superior and goes to scapula.
Sternocleidomastoid → flexes neck, lateral rotation of head. Ear down your neck.From lateral view.
Triceps Brachii → Flexes forearm. anterior view superficia, brachial region muscle.
Psoas Major → muscle of the hip region that flexes the thigh. More bulky one.
Temporalis → Increases volume of thoracic cavity for inspiration.