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Joints and movement, Skeletal system
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Which of the following examples represents a bony joint (synostosis)?
An infant is born with right and left mandibular bones, but they soon fuse into a single bone.
Which of the following is not an example of a fibrous joint?
Adduction and abduction are examples of ____________ movements.
Which is the highest of the three arches of the foot?
The medial longitudinal arch
Joints joined together by hyaline cartilage or fibrocartilage would be classified as __________ joints.
______is an example of a joint that contains hyaline cartilage
An intercarpal joint
The joint capsule of synovial joints consists of an outer ____________ and an inner ___________.
fibrous layer; synovial membrane
The synovial fluid in synovial joints consists of ___________.
Which of these joints is correctly matched to the type of synovial joint?
Cubital (elbow) - hinge
Which of the following joints is the least stable?
Glenohumeral (shoulder) joint
What limits a joint's range of motion?
Bones are joined by ligaments that limit their movement.
Well-exercised muscles of a shoulder joint will limit the possibility of a dislocation.
Joint movement is limited by the shapes of the bone's articular surfaces.
When extending the elbow, it is the shape of the olecranon of the ulna and the olecranon fossa of the humerus that limit its range of motion.
The ligament that is an extension of the quadriceps femoris tendon is the __________.
Disuse of a joint results in __________ range of motion, and swelling of tissues surrounding a joint results in __________ range of motion.
Which of the following are age-related changes with the joints?
Range of motion decreases.
Production of synovial fluid decreases.
The rate of cartilage replacement decreases.
Lateral movement of the mandible for chewing or grinding the teeth is __________.
Which bone does not contribute to the medial longitudinal arch of the foot?
which anatomical term is correctly matched with its description?
Meatus- a tunnel
the skull consist of _______ cranial bones and _____ facial bones
the lambdoidal suture is located between the
perietal and occipital bone
when viewing the skull from a superior view, all of the following can be seen except the
the ____ forms a part of the lateral wall of the nasal cavity
inferior nasal conchae
the ____ contains a sinus
the parietal bones are connected to the frontal bone by the _____ suture
on each side of the skull, the _____ suture joins the parietal bone with the temporal bone
a cleft palate results from incomplete development of the
which of the following is not a function of the vertebral column
provide support for the muscles of the arm
what is the vertebral structure projecting posteriorly , and originating near the junction of the two lamina?
in a herniated disc, the ring of fibrocartilage called the ______ and the ______ oozes out.
annulus fibrosus; nucleus pulposus
there are twelve total ______ vertebrae
ribs that do not attach directly to the sternum are called______ ribs
_______ does not belong to the pectoral girdle
a dislocated shoulder involves separation of the _____ from the scapula
the _______ subdivides the pelvis into the "true pelvis" and the "false pelvis"
when comparing the female pelvis with male pelvis, which of the following statements is false?
The female pelvis is heavier
which of the following statements about the femur is true
both the greater and lesser trochanters are attachment sites for muscles.
Air-filled cavities called_______ are found within the bones surrounding the nasal cavity.
bones that are longer that they are wide and generally have enlarged ends for articulations are classified as______ bones
which of the following bone structures is the most distal?
on an articulated skeleton in lab, a teacher points to a vertebra that has ribs attached to it. he must be referring to a ______ vertebra.
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