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5 Matching questions

  1. The six extra-ocular eye muscles
  2. frontal and occipital bellies
  3. pelvic floor
  4. genioglossus, hyoglossus. palatoglossus, and styloglossus
  5. innervation
  1. a identity of the nerve that controls a given muscle
  2. b inferior, lateral, medial, superior recti, superior and inferior obliques.
  3. c muscles of the tongue
  4. d part of the occipitofrontalis muscle; control movements of eyebrows, forehead and scalp
  5. e consists of urogenital diaphragm and pelvic diaphragm

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. arises from and inserts on the axial skeleton; positions the head and spinal column and moves the ribcage, which assists in the movements that make breathing possible; stablizes or moves components of the appendicular skeleton
  2. tenses skin of the neck and depresses the mandible
  3. muscles that originate on the surface of the skull
  4. control the position of the larynx, depress the mandible and provide a foundation for the muscles of the tongue and pharynx
  5. pelvic floor and associated structures; can be divided into an anterior urogenital triangle and a posterior anal triangle

5 True/False questions

  1. transversospinalis groupidentity of the nerve that controls a given muscle

          

  2. splenius musclesmuscles that raise the soft palate

          

  3. extra-ocular eye muscles (oculomotor muscles)control the position of the larynx, depress the mandible and provide a foundation for the muscles of the tongue and pharynx

          

  4. muscles of the pharynximportant in the initiation of the swallowing process. Muscles include the pharyngeal constrictors, palatopharyngeous, salpingopharyngeus, and stylopharyngeus, and the palatal muscles.

          

  5. muscles of the pelvic floorimportant in the initiation of the swallowing process. Muscles include the pharyngeal constrictors, palatopharyngeous, salpingopharyngeus, and stylopharyngeus, and the palatal muscles.