5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- articular cartilage
- rheumatoid arthritis
- latissimus dorsi
- a chronic, systemic, inflammatory disease that effects multiple joints of the body,mainly the small peripheral joints such as those in the hands and feet
- b 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)
- c abnormal enlargement of joint at the base of the great toe
- d thin layer of cartilage protecting and covering the connective surfaces of the bone
- e inflammation of the sciatic nerve, marked by pain and tenderness along the path of thenerve through the thigh and leg
5 Multiple choice questions
- extraction of a specimen of muscle tissue through a biopsy needle or incisional for exam under microscope
- the point of attachment of a muscle to a bone that is less moveable.
- movement of extremity in circular motion.
(shoulder and hip)
- increased reaction of the skin to sunlight
- abnormal outward curvature of a portion of the spine. (humpback)
5 True/False questions
torso → main part of the body
trapezius → "muscle pull" injury to the body of the muscle or attachment of the tendon. over stretching/overextension
involuntary muscle → muscles that act without conscious control. They are controlled by the autonamic nervous system and hormones
dorsiflexion → motion that decreases the angle between 2 bones
arthritis → wasting away literally "without development"