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Anatomy & Phys. - Quizzes 9 & 10
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Which of the following bones contribute to the formation of the ankle joint?
Which is not one of the three named foot arches?
The lateral malleolus is a bony feature in which bone?
Which is not one of the bones used by the three names foot arches to touch the ground? Hint: consider only a high and well formed foot arch.
1st, 5th, & calcaneus
The female's pelvic inlet is better shaped for passing the head of the fetus. It shape is:
The fetal head must pass through the maternal pelvic outlet which does not include which bony feature?
The lower extremity digiti minimi's (fifth toe's) metatarsal articulates with which tarsal bone?
The first toe is called:
Which of the tarsal bones articulate with metatarsal number one?
What sacral feature may limit the fetal head from entering the pelvic inlet?
The total number of phalanges in one foot is:
The tibia is mainly in what relation to the fibula?
The patella articulates with the:
The ilium, ischium and pubis all join together at what os coal bony landmark?
Which lower extremity bone articulates (forms a joint) with the axial skeleton?
What tarsal bone functions as the heel of the foot?
What tarsal bone forms the ankle with the tibia and fibula?
What tarsal bone articulates with the third metatarsal?
What tarsal bone articulates with talus bone but none of the metatarsals?
The thumb's carpometacarpal joint has what synovial joint classification?
Kicking upward with your toes (toes moving upward) is required for kicking a soccer ball. The action is called:
Dorsiflexion or extension
The shoulder's rotator cuff has muscles whose tendons insert into what humerus feature?
Intertubercular sulcus or bicep groove/greater and lesser tubercles
The linea aspera is a feature on what lower extremity bone?
In lecture we examine what happens during a posterior-lateral blow to the knee as is experiences in certain contact sports. Which of the following is not one of the 3 structures most often injured in this event?
The intervertebral joint at the disc is listed as which joint classification?
All of the following muscles have tendons which contribute to the shoulder's rotator cuff except?
What do you call a synovial sac lined with synovial membrane, filled with synovial fluid and lying between two ligaments?
Synovial joint bursa
What type of movement at the temperomandibuar joint occurs when your front four incisor teeth bite into an apple (incisor teeth are going through the skin and entering the flesh of the apple)?
The muscular attachment that remains stable during contraction is called the:
Name the connection tissue that surrounds the muscle fiber.
Which of the following is a basic unit of contraction within the myofibril?
Without magnification, we can see longitudinal "fiber-like" structures in the contractile bellies of muscle organs which anatomists call:
The thumb's carpometacarpal joint allows the thumb which "special" action with respect to the other fingers?
Opposition (finger snapping)
Which of the following diseases referes to degenerative joint disease caused by "wear and tear" and is mostly non-inflammatory except in its initial stages? (hint: pick osteoarthritis, we didn't cover this in lab)
Perimysium is the connective tissue which surrounds what muscle features?
The myosin head is comprised of what globular protein enzyme?
The synovial joint between vertebral superior and inferior process has what structural type?
Synovial Plane (Planar)
What is the action of the above structural type?
The atlantoaxial joint at the dens between C1 and C2 vertebrae has what structural classification?
What action happens at the atlantoaxial joint at the dens between C1 and C2 vertebrae?
Rotation or Synovial Pivot
The upper extremity has only one articulation with the axial skeleton at which joint?
The first rib's articulation with the manubrium is listed as which joint classification?
Rising up on your toes (toes moving downward) is required during running and jumping. This action is called:
The carpomuetacarpal joint at metacarpal #1 is capable of which action?
These are all actions of the shoulder joint except for:
The ulna's articulation with the radius through their interosseous membrane is listed as which joint classification?
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