5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- superior pubic ligament
- Anterior Transverse Carpal
- Pubofemoral Ligament
- coracoclavicular ligaments
- Annular ligament
- a (2) coracoid process --> clavicle
- b radial notch --> radial notch; 4/5ths of a circle; holds head of radius to ulna; "Nursemaid's elbow"
- c pubic crests and tubercles of the pubic bones of both coxae
- d acetabular rim (pubic portion) --> intertrochanteric line
- e across carpal bones (anterior); increases integrity of base of hand; holds flexor tendons in place
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- anterior aspect of ala --> L5
- coracoid process --> conoid tubercle
- distal surface of radius --> styloid process of ulna; anterior and posterior sets; allows for the swinging of the radius around the ulna.
- across carpal bones (posterior); increases integrity of base of hand; holds extensor tendons in place
- syndesmotic joint between radius and ulna; decreases weight of system; allows for muscle attachement
5 True/False Questions
sacroiliac ligaments → distal surface of radius --> styloid process of ulna; anterior and posterior sets; allows for the swinging of the radius around the ulna.
acromioclavicular ligament → acromial ligament --> acromion process
sacrospinous ligament → Ischial spine --> inside of lateral, anterior of sacrospine; helps to form the greater and lesser sciatic foramen
sternoclavicular ligaments → sternal extremity (clavicle) --> manubrium
Ulnar Collateral of the elbow → lateral epicondyle --> proximal margin of annular ligament; no actual radial bone attachment