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5 Matching questions

  1. atrophy
  2. fascia
  3. latissimus dorsi
  4. arthrocentesis
  5. osteoarthritis
  1. a wasting away literally "without development"
  2. b surgical puncture of a joint with a needle for the purpose of withdrawing fluid for analysis
  3. c A.K.A-degenerative joint disease. results from wear and tear on the joints. especially weight bearing joints like hip and knees
  4. d thin sheets of fibrous connective tissue that penetrates and covers the entire muscle holding the fibers together
  5. e originates from the vertabrae of the lower back, crosses the lower half of the thoracic region and passes between the humerus and scapula to insert on the anterior surface of the3 humerus. Forms the posterior border of axilla(armpit)

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. a joint that allows movements in mabny directions around a central point
  2. clicking or cracking heard upon joint movement
  3. muscles that have striped apperances when viewed under a microscope.
    ex-skeletal/cardiac muscles
  4. inflammation of the sciatic nerve, marked by pain and tenderness along the path of thenerve through the thigh and leg
  5. vague feeling of weakness

5 True/False questions

  1. temporalstrong fibrous band of tissue that extends from a muscle attaching it to the bone by becoming continuous with the periosteum of the bone

          

  2. subluxationan incomplete dislocation

          

  3. originthin sheets of fibrous connective tissue that penetrates and covers the entire muscle holding the fibers together

          

  4. gluteus maximusforms the fleshy part of the buttock. Large muscle that offers support when standing. originates from ilium and inserts into femur. responsible for thigh extension

          

  5. contracturean abnormal(usually permanent) bending of a joint into a fixed position. usually caused by atrophy and shortening of muscle fibers