5 Written questions
5 Matching questions
- Extensor digiti minimi
- Adductor Magnus
- Femoral nerve
- Adductor Longus
- a Action; extends finger V. More lateral than extensor digitorum in superficial forearm.
- b compress cheek. Deep cheek lateral side.
- c adducts thigh. Medial side more lateral then Gracilis.
- d adducts thigh. Superficial of the sartorius on medial side near groin.
- e from lumbar plexus thigh nerve.
5 Multiple choice questions
- (only on cadaver) brachial region nerves noodle like.
- More deep than external oblique. Action; compresses abdomen, flexes and rotates trunk.
- posterior of carpal bones to hold tendon down.
- slightly deeper and shorter than the extensor carpi radialis longus. More medial than the extensor digitorum. Action; extends and abducts hand.
- Flexes, abducts, and laterally rotates thigh at the hip; flexes knee ie: crossing your legs. Longest muscle in the body wraps around thigh from anterior view.
5 True/False questions
pronator teres → rotates the forearm medially. Superficial in anatomical position, supine. Pronates-palm up to down.
Teres Minor → medial rotation of arm. Posterior to minor superficial muscle from the posterior view.
Vastus medialis → extends leg. Anterior thigh region medial of rectus femoris superficial from anterior view.
Flexor carpi ulnaris → posterior and superficial muscle that connects the forearm to the wrist on the pinky side. Action; flexes and adducts hand.
Extensor digitorum → Posterior, Big center muscle of forearm.Action; extends wrist & extend fingers II-V. (for extensor retinaculum).