5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Radial deviation
- Plantar flexion
- a touching each of the fingers with the tip of the thumb.
- b when muscle fibers are stimulated by nerves, they contract or become short and thick.
- c bending forward (straightening the foot away from the knee)
- d tightening or shortening of the muscle
- e moving toward the thumb side of the hand.
5 Multiple choice questions
- bundles of muscle fibers held together by connective tissue
- moving in a circle at a joint. Moving one end of a body part in a circle while the other end remains stationary; swinging the arm in a circle.
- allows muscles to return to its original shape after it has contracted
- are found in internal organs of the body such as the digestive system, respiratory system, blood vessels and eyes.
- moving a body part toward the midline.
5 True/False questions
Supination → turning a body part upward (turning palm up)
Skeletal muscle → form the walls of the heart and contract to circulate blood.
Ulnar deviation → moving toward the thumb side of the hand.
Insertion → turning a body part inward.
Hyperextension → increasing the angle between two bones or straightening a body part.