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5 Matching questions

  1. Golgi Tendon Organs
  2. Cardiac Muscle
  3. Irritabilty
  4. Extrinsic
  5. Multipennate
  1. a muscles that arise or orginate outside of the body part on which they act
  2. b When a muscle is shortened to its maximum, the GTO sends signal to the nervous system to inhibit(stop) muscle contraction. Result: muscle relaxes
  3. c ability to respond to a stimulus
  4. d muscle fibers running diagonally between several tendons (oblique)
  5. e heart, base of great vessels next to heart

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. muscles within or belonging solely to the body part on which they act
  2. transmission of impulse from 1 neuron to another
  3. fiber branches that receive impulses from other parts of nervous system & brings them back to nerve cell
  4. C5, C6; muscle innervation-deltioid, teres minor; Paralysis; loss of shoulder abduction and weak shoulder ER
  5. transmit forces generated by the muscle to the bone which the muscle is attached

5 True/False questions

  1. Upper Motor Neuron Lesionssignificance of injury in the brain to the spinal cord
    Examples: spinal cord injuries, MS, Parkinsons, CVA, head injuries(tbi)

          

  2. Motor Unitconducts EFFERENT impulses from the spinal cord to the periphery

          

  3. Longitudinalwhere muscles startt

          

  4. Smooth Musclee(Type 1) proximal attachment is closer to the joint than the distal attachment, provides stability by compressing the joing

          

  5. CNSbrain, entire spinal cord except anterior horn
    Ex. Think of it like a powerplant