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Anatomical Kinese Exit Exam
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bone is avascular (has no blood supply)
true or false
the acetabulofemoral (hip) joint is which type of diarthrotic articulation?
ball and socket
joint movement occurs about a(n) ___ which passes perpendicularly through the plane
what is a prime agonist of spinal extension?
___ is a bending movement that results in a decrease in joint angle, usually in the sagittal plane.
a(n) ___ acts concentrically to produce joint movement
the body position used as the reference position when joint movement is described is ___.
what connects muscle to bone?
which of the following terms refers to the sole of the foot?
articular cartilage is primarily dependent on ___ for health.
which of the following planes divides the body into equivalent right and left halves?
sagittal and anteroposterior
what serves as a lever for movement?
which is not a true statement about long bones?
most bones of the axial skeleton are of this type
which of the following are prime agonists in the bench press exercise?
triceps brachii and pectoralis major
at approximately what age is peak bone mineral density attained?
radioulnar pronation and supination occur at which of the following?
proximal and distal radioulnar joints
the ___ is a rim of fibrocartilage that surrounds the glenoid fossa.
which of the following are true about the transverse plane?
it divides the body in superior and inferior halves
it is bisected by the vertical axis
it is a horizontal plane
which of the following are muscles of the rotator cuff complex?
which type of bone permits limited gliding motion and act as shock absorbers?
which of the following movements generally occur in the frontal plane?
which of the following exercises could be used to strengthen the rectus femoris, vastus lateralis, vastus intermedius, and vastus medius?
seated leg (knee) extensoin
which reference line runs vertically down the surface of the body, passing through the apex of the axilla (armpit)
what is not a function of bone?
production of force
which of the following are primary elements of interest in structural kinesiology?
the carpals and tarsals are which type of bone?
the vertebral column consists of ___ freely moving vertebrae and 9 immovable (fused) vertebrae
in a(n) ___ muscle action, the skeletal muscle actively develops tension as it lengthens
___ is the movement of the dorsal surface of the foot toward the anterior lower leg
___ describes how the densities, shapes, and sizes of bones are function of the magnitude and direction of mechanical forces acting on the bone
which muscle action is used for deceleration?
___ describes rotary movement around the longitudinal axis of a bone away from the midline of the body
the ___ is the lateral bone of the lower leg
what serves as the common proximal attachment for all prime agonists of wrist flexion?
medial humeral epicondyle
which of the following movements generally occur in the sagittal plane?
what describes muscle action during a bilateral bicep curl?
biceps act concentrically to flex the elbow, biceps act eccentrically to extend eelbow
closer to a point of reference
bottom of foot
pertaining to the same side of reference
pertaining to the opposite side of reference
relating to the right or left side
relating to the right and left side
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