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Which muscle does not act to extend the shoulder?
Which of the following is an example of a contractile source of motion restriction?
Which of the following muscles works in opposition to the deltoid to prevent scapular winging?
What is the primary action of the dorsal interossei on the metacarpophalangeal joints of the index, middle, and ring fingers?
Which of the following muscles share a common insertion site?
tibialis anterior and peroneus longus
The elbow ligament that allows the head of the radius to rotate and retain contact with the radial notch of the ulna is known as:
the annular ligament
All of the following muscles act to extend the hip except:
Which ligament of the hip extends from the anterior inferior iliac spine of the pelvis to the intertrochanteric line of the femur
All of the following muscles act to evert the ankle except:
All of the following spinal ligaments limit flexion except:
anterior longitudinal ligament
Which muscle plays a significant role in depressing the mandible during mouth opening?
Which action is not performed by the highlighted muscle?
glenohumeral external rotation
What is the lateral articular surface of the distal humerus called?
The adductor tubercle of the femur is the insertion for which muscle?
What tendon surrounds the pisiform bone?
flexor carpi ulnaris
Which muscle actively contributes to producing a tenodesis grip
Which of the following is not part of the anatomical snuff box?
abductor pollicis brevis
What is the common origin of the wrist flexors?
medial epicondyle of the humerus
Which structure is not a component of the femoral triangle?
Which of the following muscles is used during forced expiration?
Which rotator cuff muscle has an insertion on the lesser tubercle?
Which structures serves to stabilize against axial forces at the wrist?
Which of the following ligaments is not a component of the deltoid ligament?
Which of the following ligaments supports the glenohumeral joint, limiting inferior translation of the humeral head when above 90 degrees of abduction?
inferior glenohumeral ligament
Tightness of the anterior scalene muscles would cause elevation of which structures
The tubercles of the ribs articulate with which structure of the thoracic vertebrae?
Which muscle unlocks the locked knee by rotating the tibia medially on the femur?
Which muscle is responsible for moving the right eye when looking to the right (abduction of the right eye)?
latereal rectus muscle
Which structure can be found through palpation of the sinus tarsi?
anterior talofibular ligament
Which spinal nerve exits between the 4th and 5th cervical vertebrae
Which of the following ribs are classified as floating ribs?
Which carpal bones articulates with the radius?
scaphoid and lunate
Which ligament, immediately superior to the glenohumeral joint, can be an area of impingement?
What are the primary actions of the teres major on the shoulder?
adduction, extension, medial rotation
Which of the following ligamentous structures provide the greatest support to the atlantoaxial joint?
transverse ligament of the atlas
Which ankle bone has articulations with the tibia, fibula, calcaneus, and navicular?
The articular disc of the temporomandibular joint has an attachment to all of the following structures except
What is the name of the disk that is located between the C7 and T1 vertebrae?
The sustentaculum tail is located on the
medial aspect of calcaneus
Which muscles action includes elevation and downward rotation of the scapula?
Which part of the sternum articulates with the clavicles?
Which hamstrings muscle inserts most laterally, causing flexion, as well as, lateral rotation of the knee?
Which vertebrae are characterized by facets on their bodies and long spinous processes?
What vertebral level is most consistent with the sacroiliac joint?
The blunt tooth-like dens is part of which cervical vertebrae?
The spine of the scapula is opposite the spinous process of which vertebra?
Which muscle is attached to the medial border of the patella and aids to prevent its dislocation?
Which ligament provides stability to the knee during a valgus stress?
What is the sequence of the erector spinae muscles from medial to lateral?
spinalis, longissimus, iliocostalis
Which of the following represents the distal row of carpal bones in the hand?
capitate, hamate, trapezoid, trapezium
Which bone of the foot is located between the head of the talus and the three cuneiform bones?
The patella is classified as what type of bone?
Which abdominal muscle is the deepest and responds uniquely to postural perturbations
Which of the following structures is not contained within the popliteal fossa?
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